Engineering junior Amit Pujari and College junior Grace Truong were recently elected co-chairs of the Civic House Associates Coalition. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with them on Sunday to talk about their new roles and plans for the upcoming year, after CHAC’s end-of-the-year retreat.
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Even though the Institute of Contemporary Art turned 50 this year, it is continuing to push the boundaries of modern art on campus.
This past weekend, the Barnes Foundation was transformed into an opera house, but it wasn’t Mozart or Wagner on the program.
Sarah Downs, a 2012 College graduate , kept her activities outside of Penn relatively quiet.
Although The Philadelphia Fringe Festival chose University City as one of its venues, Penn students are largely unaware of the celebration of Philadelphia’s alternative art scene.
Engineering freshman Kate Miller is trying to help engineering become more of a female-friendly field.
A new and improved Gia Pronto will be opening today, just a few spaces down from the original store.
A new housing development will soon be making its way to University City.
Members of the community have been asked to give Penn feedback on how to improve University City’s retail offerings.
A 25-story high-rise development will soon replace two historic brownstones at the corner of 38th and Chestnut streets.
It is hard not to see the two brightly colored yellow food trucks parked side by side on 40th and Locust streets.
While the Benjamin Franklin Parkway may appear to be nothing more than a congested traffic lane, PennPraxis, the School of Design’s applied research arm, is trying to redefine how Philadelphians view its place in the community.
One sociology professor is doing more than research outside the classroom — he’s becoming an award-winning filmmaker.
The boutique consignment shop Greene Street, the newest store to hit Penn’s retail scene, is bringing a new spin to sustainability on campus.
No decision was made at Tuesday’s hearing over the controversy concerning the demolition of the historic villa at 400 South 40th Street.
Penn is in the middle of a long fight in the court system over the potential demolition of a historic landmark on 400 South 40th Street.
There is now one fewer Chinese restaurant on campus due to the closing of Won Oriental Restaurant on Dec. 31.
After closing for the month of January, Lil’ Pop Shop reopened on Feb. 1 to offer artisanal popsicles to the West Philadelphia community.
A new cafe with Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flare will be opening on campus.
While the new West Philadelphia Shake Shack location will be on Drexel’s campus, Penn retailers are not worried about business.