Don Memo Mexican Restaurant will be coming to campus next month, the University announced Sunday.
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As the state liquor enforcement police prepares to return to campus for Spring Fling, analysis of the agency’s underage drinking crackdown calls into question the constitutionality of the tactics it has used.
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology donated about $3,000 to typhoon relief this weekend, in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan’s devastation in the Philippines last month.
A new proposal for graduate student housing at 40th and Pine streets received an outpouring of support at a Spruce Hill Community Association meeting, as litigation challenging a previous plan continues in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
Penn is requesting that a suit against the University by a former employee, alleging that she was discriminated against based on race and sexually harassed, be moved to federal court.
‘Twas the night before listings, when all through the house,
So you’re looking for a house. Glad to hear you want to live off campus — the college houses are convenient and have nice amenities (and lots of free food), but nothing compares to the independence of your own space, with no RAs or hall neighbors to bother you.
In April, a handful of freshmen decided that they were unhappy with the state of political discourse on campus.
Voters in Philadelphia cast their ballots Tuesday for handful of local offices, including district attorney and controller, as well as several judgeships.
As more and more activists call for Philadelphia universities like Penn — which, as nonprofit organizations, are mostly exempt from taxes — to make direct payments to the city, Penn defended its commitment to the economic vitality of the city of Philadelphia in a report released last week.
When the U.S. Government began its first shutdown in over fifteen years on October 1, after Congress failed to pass a continuing funding measure, federal agencies nationwide shuttered their doors.
Penn Democrats kicked off their latest round of campaign work this week with a phone-banking event for Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s run for New Jersey’s open Senate seat.
State Treasurer and 1989 Wharton MBA recipient Rob McCord threw himself into the 2014 Pennsylvania Governor’s race on Tuesday, ending months of speculation about a potential run.
Amid historic budget cuts and thousands of staff layoffs, students in the Philadelphia School District had a very unusual first week.
SEPTA announced last week that it could eliminate over half of its regional rail lines and convert all trolley routes to buses by 2023 as part of its doomsday plan to “realign” service, should the agency not receive additional funding starting next year.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski’s announcement that he’ll seek the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania governor adds another prominent name to the long list of Democrats lining up to challenge Republican Tom Corbett in 2014, several of whom have Penn connections.
The same State Police division that cited more than 30 students at Spring Fling parties in April patrolled the Made in America music festival last weekend, issuing nearly 40 citations to minors under the age of 21 over the two-day event.
Undercover state police officers, like those who cited 31 students at Spring Fling in April, will patrol the Made in America music festival this weekend, looking for liquor law violations such as underage consumption of alcohol.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court today sent its case on affirmative action back to a lower court to verify whether the policy in question satisfies a stricter constitutional requirement, leaving the question of the constitutionality of affirmative action practices across the county unanswered.
This year’s municipal primary election on May 21 will determine each party’s candidate in the Nov. 5 general election.