Philadelphia City Councilmember Helen Gym introduced a plan on Thursday to the Philadelphia City Council that would require companies with more than 50 employees to provide a tax break on employee SEPTA passes, granting relief to the city’s commuters amid inflated gas prices.
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Student initiative "Dear Penn Freshmen" is returning this year — featuring a collection of letters written by Penn upperclassmen addressing their first-year selves about the things they wish they knew in their first year.
As many students prepare to depart for spring break adventures abroad, Penn Abroad's Global Support Services and International Risk Management have advice to keep students safe from COVID-19.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware are entering a “new stage” of the pandemic as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations drop, Pennsylvania Acting Health Secretary Keara Klinepeter said at a news conference on Friday.
After completing the first global seminar to travel internationally since spring 2020, half of the seminar members tested positive for COVID-19 and were forced to quarantine in place.
The Penn administration and 2022 Class Board postponed Feb Club — a series of social events for seniors — for the second year in a row due to COVID-19.
Wharton professor Gwendolyn Gordon died this past December at age 41.
In a recent study, Penn and Stony Brook University researchers found that social media bots may be identifiable due to their similarities, despite appearing human on an individual level.
Penn Abroad is significantly expanding the study abroad programs available to students this coming spring, following limited options in the fall 2021 semester due to COVID-19.
University City is set to see a surge in its number of restaurants over the next year, creating more dining options for the Penn and West Philadelphia communities.
The Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium will open a new primary care clinic aimed at combating health inequities this Wednesday.
Students gathered in Houston Hall Tuesday evening to debate the merits of a Green New Deal in the United States at an event hosted by the Penn Political Union and the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy.
A team of researchers from Penn’s Center for Safe Mobility is working with SEPTA on the transportation agency’s $40 million effort to rebrand its transit network and improve its ease of use.
The United Nations Academic Impact initiative and Millennium Campus Network awarded a cohort of 27 Penn students the Millennium Fellowship, a semester-long leadership program focused on social impact projects.
The University of Pennsylvania's President Amy Gutmann was recently awarded the 2018 William Penn Award — the highest honor given to a business or civic leader in the city.
The University of Pennsylvania's highest rated Wharton professor Adam Grant spoke to college students across the country through a live-stream talk titled “The Wrong Ways to Plan a Career” on Nov. 7.
Handshake, the recruiting platform used by Penn and more than 700 other colleges and universities, recently raised a crucial $40 million in funding.
Just beyond the edge of Penn’s campus lies the Woodlands Cemetery, a sprawling 54 acres of neatly kept landscape, neoclassical architecture, and over 32,000 dead bodies.
A former visiting scholar at Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication was recently named a 2018 MacArthur Fellow.