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Philadelphia’s flagship Barnes and Noble location on 18th and Walnut streets will relocate a few blocks south to 17th and Chestnut streets, contributing to a post-pandemic retail metamorphosis in the city.
Two recent Penn graduates' research, which found that the majority of surveyed Penn students experienced or witnessed anti-Asian hate, will be presented at a research convention next month.
This Labor Day weekend, Penn students flocked to attend Made in America, an annual Philadelphia music festival to see performances from household names like Tyler, The Creator and Bad Bunny.
The newest edition of the Disorientation Guide, an annual publication which critiques the University’s impact on the surrounding community, was published on Aug. 24.
Penn students participate in a variety of annual traditions, many of which take place during the fall semester and are aimed at welcoming first years into the Penn community.
Penn’s Class of 1982 donated $250,000 to five of University Life at Penn’s pre-orientation programs for first-year students, which will be used to enhance programming and lower costs for students.
The Pennsylvania state legislature awarded the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education $75 million, more than a 15% increase, in basic funding for the state universities system.
Princeton University fired a tenured professor earlier this week, citing uncooperativeness with an investigation into his past sexual relationship with an undergraduate student that took place about 15 years ago.
Beloved fast food chain Raising Cane’s opened the doors to their University City location on May 12, and has been met with lines out the door each morning since its opening.
A surgeon, a lawyer, and Amy Gutmann will walk onto the stage at commencement to receive their honorary degrees, celebrating their accomplishments in fields ranging from the arts to medicine.
The annual Spruce Hill May Fair will return in person for the first time in two years at Clark Park this Saturday.
Penn Justice Democrats hosted 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and spiritual leader Marianne Williamson at an event on Tuesday evening.
Nearly 50 people gathered outside of the former Philadelphia Board of Education building on March 19 to celebrate the unveiling of a new state marker commemorating the 1967 Black student walkout, which protested racial injustice within the Philadelphia public school system.
Market Street and Chestnut Street, two high traffic thoroughfares near campus, will undergo bicycle lane construction, a project which has garnered ongoing support from both the Penn community and administration.
Asian cultural groups across Penn celebrated the Lunar New Year throughout February, sharing a slice of their heritage with Penn’s student body.
West Philadelphia residents are now receiving COVID-19 tests through the mail, following the Biden Administration’s federal program launched last month.
City Tap, a campus favorite bar-restaurant destination, will reopen on Jan. 29 after nearly two years of pandemic-induced closure.
PHIL 226: Philosophy of Biology will be the first global seminar to return to international travel since COVID-19 moved all courses online in spring 2020.
Former dean of Temple University's Fox School of Business Moshe Porat saw his first day on trial for falsifying admissions data to improve the business school’s national rankings last week, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Students gathered on College Green on Friday afternoon to increase awareness and fundraise to sue a trash incinerator that is releasing harmful pollutants just outside of Philadelphia.