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The English and Cinema Studies Departments are offering a new course this fall that examines European pantomime and the legacy of actor and comedian Charlie Chaplin.
Penn Museum held a Galentine's Day celebration for the first time on Thursday, featuring a stand-up comedian, scrapbooking, essential oil making activities, and a "Badass Women of the Penn Museum" tour.
Fast food salad chain Sweetgreen will once again accept cash at all of its six Philadelphia locations starting July 1, Bloomberg News reported.
From 2017 to 2018, Philadelphia's population grew by 3,900, the 12th straight year of population increases in the city. But experts suggest this growth isn’t entirely positive, as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported more people are moving out of Philadelphia than are coming in.
Philadelphia ranked 102 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 ranking of the top 125 places to live in the United States, the lowest among eight Pennsylvania cities that made the list.
Drivers passing through University City and other congestion-prone areas of Philadelphia may charged a fee within the next couple of years, 6abc Action News reported.
In a new study, researchers from the Annenberg Public Policy Center are challenging the idea that adolescents naturally take more risks than children and adults.
Penn engineering researchers are bringing back the practice of solving mathematic equations with non-digital machines through the application of new metamaterials, Penn Today reported.
Philadelphia’s City Council has officially declared this weekend "Meek Mill Weekend" in a resolution. The resolution honors the rapper, who grew up in North Philadelphia, for his work in reforming the criminal justice system.
Marion Leary will become Penn Nursing's first-ever Director of Innovation in an effort to promote innovative nursing technologies and practices.
Former Penn professor Larry Gladney recently assumed the position of Dean of Diversity at Yale University.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia recently opened a new food pharmacy for patients and their families on Jan. 23, making it the first pediatric hospital-based food bank and education center in West Philadelphia.
Philadelphia was ranked the eighth most sinful city in the United States by WalletHub, a personal finance website, on the recently-released “2019’s Most Sinful Cities in America" list.
A new study conducted by the Perelman School of Medicine reveals urgent care centers receive more five-star Yelp reviews than emergency departments. The study, which was published on Nov. 1 in Annals of Emergency Medicine, also found that EDs receive more one-star reviews.
Three and a half hours away from Penn's campus, the first university in the Pennsylvania State System will allow pets other than fish to live in residence halls as of Spring 2019.
Penn placed 16th in the U.S. News and World Report's 2019 ranking of the Best Global Universities.
In light of the recent suicides at Penn, a new Pennsylvania bill aiming to improve suicide prevention services and mental health resources at Pennsylvania universities is close to being signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf (D-Pa.).
Penn placed No. 4 on the 2018 Reuters list of the 100 most innovative universities in the world, securing its spot from the 2017 list. The 2016 list ranked Penn at No. 8.