Biology and Bioengineering aren't the only departments at Penn that will soon receive an addition of laboratory space.
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Disco Biscuits bassist Marc Brownstein describes his years at Penn as distinctly nonpolitical.
The show must indeed go on.
The study of biology at Penn will get a major boost next fall when the $61.2 million Phase One of the Life Sciences complex opens its doors.
What is now a giant hole in the ground in the middle of the 33rd Street-side of the Engineering Quadrangle will, by the end of 2005, become one of the most modern buildings on campus.
Witold Rybczynski, a professor of Urbanism at the School of Design, was named to the United States Commission of Fine Arts on June 15.
Few cities are as closely associated with American independence as Philadelphia. And few cities celebrate the Fourth of July in a bigger way.
WXPN is not going west, young man.
A 25-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday night on the 3900 block of Market Street.
Amidst the construction projects going on at Penn this summer, two buildings that house departments primarily in the College of Arts and Sciences are quietly receiving facelifts -- Williams Hall and Bennett Hall.
Although India and Pakistan may seem far away from Penn, one student group now has a lot of ties there, thanks to their most recent project.
A female student was robbed at gunpoint by two unidentified males last Thursday around 3:40 p.m. while she was walking along the 200 block of South 41st Street.
The Disco Biscuits -- a band formed in 1995 by four Penn undergraduates -- made a triumphant return on Saturday to the city where they first tasted success.
Students living in Hamilton College House during Penn's two summer sessions have front-row seats from which to watch the newest renovations to the University's College House system.
Members of Penn's outgoing senior class began and ended their college careers with a week's worth of activities to which their entire class was invited.
As many graduating seniors prepared to become alumni themselves, they were given over 4,000 examples of how they can always stay connected to their alma mater.
Zia Mohyeddin is a celebrity in his native Pakistan, though he'll be the last to tell you.
Kicking off its annual week of QPenn activities, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center brought a group of speakers together to support the LGBT community on Friday.
In a competitive job market, liberal arts majors may think their skills are not as much in demand as their professional school counterparts.
Issues of race and relationships are often sensitive topics.