According to Philly.com, two new state-owned liquor stores are coming to the Philadelphia area before the end of the year. One opened Tuesday in Brookhaven, Delaware County. The other, opening on December 15, will be located at 1515 Locust Street, in the Rittenhouse Square area.
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According to reports published in Newsweek and the Washington Post, students, faculty, and alumni from Brown, Harvard, Yale and Columbia are asking their respective school administrators to turn their campuses into “sanctuaries” for undocumented students. This would help people who potentially face deportation under President-elect and Wharton alumnus Donald Trump.
The Division of Public Safety recently notified a number of Greek organizations and off-campus houses that the annual Penn-Princeton football game would have an increased police presence. The additional precautions are the result of “unruly” past Penn tailgaters.
According to The Harvard Crimson, the 2012 men’s soccer team wrote a "scouting report" of the freshman class, in which the author and his teammates individually rated each of the freshmen recruits based on their “perceived attractiveness and sexual appeal.”
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