The largest massacre of Jews in American history just took place. The graves have cooled and national attention is moving on. The absences in Squirrel Hill are frozen in the minds of their community. So are the absences in Louisville and Tallahassee.
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The Flyers played in Boston on Thursday, but notably absent was the imputed working class spirit of their viral mascot, Gritty: As the country-spanning strike at Marriott-owned hotels finished its third week, the Flyers crossed the picket line.
With the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, the mechanisms of our political system are working: a beneficiary of nepotism (legacy at Yale, Bush operative) was nominated by a president who lost the popular vote and confirmed by legislators representing less than half of the population.
Guest Column by Carl-Emmanuel Fulghieri | In defiance of ‘dialogue’: responding to Ariela Stein’s pro-Israel column
When Penn Students for Justice in Palestine first appeared on College Green, I asked my friends, “Why during the high holidays?” They always point to some urgent injustice or another immediately occurring in Israel. I’ve always felt nauseous afterwards — not from anti-Semitism, but because I realized that the Jewish state gives their every protest no shortage of justification. Why should SJP limit the timing of advocacy when its necessity is regularly reaffirmed by the state we hold so dear?
On Jan. 9, the Philadelphia court of common pleas denied an injunction by Penn against The Fresh Grocer.
Penn’s campus has a new dim sum spot: Dim Sum House by Jane G’s at 3939 Chestnut Street.
Fresh Grocer is fighting Penn’s termination of its lease and closure on March 31.
Worried about leaving your place uninhabited during winter break? Penn’s Division of Public Safety has your back.
Here are the crimes committed in the Penn Patrol Zone from Nov. 23-29, as provided by the Division of Public Safety:
Father Jim Martin: Wharton graduate, Jesuit priest...and film consultant?
Would classes and exams have been canceled if Hillary Clinton won? Students and professors aren't so sure
As students across the country became distraught following Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, professors at Penn and other schools cancelled classes and postponed exams, leaving some conservative students and critics wondering: had Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson or Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won the 2016 presidential election, would Penn professors have cancelled scheduled classes and midterm exams?
The ascendancy of Penn’s first graduate to the White House was met on campus with wide-eyed disbelief on Wednesday as the results sunk in for many students: Donald J. Trump is the president-elect of the United States.
Through the ups and downs of the primaries all the way to Election Day, 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s bid for the nation’s highest public office provoked thought and reflection at his often-touted alma mater. This is a compilation on his coverage by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Born four years ago out of a kitchen corner and sold around Penn, Weckerly’s Ice Cream now plans to open its own storefront in Fishtown this December.
An attempted theft on Saturday afternoon prompted a UPennAlert after police noticed similarities between the event and the mob attacks that occurred late last month at Temple University.
The Division of Public Safety, which is currently on a search to hire two more Penn Police officers, spoke with The Daily Pennsylvanian this week about the qualities the office looks for when hiring.
Besides the obvious contenders for the highest level of civil service, Democratic and Republican presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, there are several other candidates voters will choose between when they head to the polls on Nov. 8.
Two UPennAlerts in the past week made Halloween even spookier than usual.
Penn Dining retail offers a variety of products, ranging from dartboards, flyswatters and Advil to Coca-Cola and hand-packed fruit cups. Of all the sundries to be found at Gourmet Grocer, several are manufactured within the city.Here's a roundup of what local eateries you can find represented there: