At a ceremony in mid-July, Bartram’s Garden unveiled a $2.7 million restoration and renovation project that updated the garden for the first time in almost a century.
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Dining Days are returning to University City this summer July 14-24, bringing an ever-growing selection of food deals to the West Philadelphia area.
All of SEPTA’s 120 Silverliner V train cars are out of commission and likely won’t return until at least Labor Day, bumping up against the beginning of the fall semester.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage announced late last month that the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program will receive $300,000 to help finance “Monument Lab: A Citywide Public Art and History Exhibition,” an extensive art installation and collaboration slated to be exhibited next summer.
The National Science Foundation will award over $1.9 million in grants to two projects at the University of Pennsylvania and one at Drexel University.
Penn’s Abramson Cancer Center has teamed up this year with the Breakthrough Bike Challenge, an annual bike ride to support cancer research based in the Philadelphia area.
The University’s “How to Help a Friend” pamphlet, distributed to undergraduates after the suicide of Wharton junior Ao “Olivia” Kong this April, saw limited efficacy in appeasing undergraduates students’ desires for increased mental health resources.