Penn could lose over $1.2 million in Philadelphia subsidies if they do not comply with the city-mandated $15 per hour minimum wage, according to the Service Employees International Union 32BJ Vice President Gabe Morgan and the Mayor's office.
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After two years of development, a new five-story apartment complex in University City is set to open at 42nd and Ludlow streets in July 2020.
A protest by about 100 members of Fossil Free Penn shut down a Board of Trustees meeting Friday that took place at the Inn at Penn.
On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Philadelphia residents will head to the polls to vote in the city's local election.
After two years without an official director, the Asian American Studies program now has a formal leader in Josephine Park, who assumes this role in addition to being undergraduate chair of the English Department and teaching ASAM courses.
For Penn students living off campus, knowing your rights as a tenant is vital to keeping yourself safe and informed.
Pulmonary researchers at Penn Medicine are investigating the health complications of vaping in an effort to tamp down the growing number of hospitalizations for lung-related injuries in recent months.
Fossil Free Penn will host weekly silent sit-ins every Friday at noon in College Hall, with the intent of pressuring the University to address the climate crisis “to the extent that science and justice demand,” according to the group's page.
Penn has been paying security guards less than the city's required $15 wage, said Gabe Morgan, vice president of the Service Employees International Union 32BJ.
In a recent disciplinary report, Penn announced that mediation and conflict services for students have been expanded to the Restorative Practices at Penn Program within the Office of Student Conduct.
Freshmen arriving wide-eyed to Penn for New Student Orientation hear ample praise of the University’s values, its prestige, and its gifts to the local and global community.
Penn is suing Bernie’s University City Restaurant and Bar for $1.6 million, for alleged unpaid rental fees, according to court documents.
The largest Panera Bread restaurant in Philadelphia is expected to open on Penn’s campus on May 20, just days after most students will leave for summer break.
For many students looking to convert their meal swipes to dining dollars at the end of the spring semester, the requirement that students must commit to a dining plan the following year can be a financial burden.
SPEC leaders say they do not regret their selection of Miguel, who is set to perform as the Spring Fling headliner this coming weekend, despite student protests over a 2017 sexual assault allegation.
Members of the Penn community gathered Friday on College Green to honor the lives of the 49 people who were killed at the New Zealand mosque attacks.
Penn students and local West Philadelphia residents are facing rent hikes and evictions from University House Apartments, a building located on tree-lined South 47th Street in the Clark Park area of University City.
Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services fixed a broken lock in the Quad that posed a safety issue for students on Feb. 6, following an inquiry from The Daily Pennsylvanian into the matter.
In September 2018, Penn announced sophomores would be required to live on campus starting in 2021. The move to expand Penn-run housing on campus was met with considerable student backlash, citing concerns that the decision would limit options and force first-generation, low-income students into more expensive on-campus living.
A new American-style beer hall called The Post opened this month in University City, aiming to draw students and local residents into its space for food, drinks, and arcade games.