It's not every day that Walnut Street gets confused with Sesame Street, but it might happen this Saturday when the Spiral Q Puppet Theater hosts its annual city parade and pageant, "Peoplehood."
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Thousands of Philadelphia-area students are expected to swarm to the Ben Franklin Parkway this Saturday for a citywide college party.
The area across the street from the shops at 40th Street will look dramatically different in a few months.
Across the country, members of the boards of trustees of independent universities are getting older and may not be becoming more diverse, as they have in decades past.
If Donald Trump had his way, the World Trade Center would be rebuilt "bigger and better," and former Penn Architecture professor Daniel Libeskind would have nothing to do with it.
At 1:58 yesterday afternoon, rising College junior Zev Rosen stood in the middle of College Green reading Peter Singer's Writings on an Ethical Life aloud.
Philadelphia District Attorney and 14-year incumbent Lynne Abraham faces one of her toughest campaign challenges yet in 38-year-old Seth Williams as the candidates gear up for the May 17 primaries.
University officials said yesterday that they are beginning to look for bids for the demolition and redevelopment of the 3900 block of Walnut Street.
Officials moved one step closer to filling the Moravian Cafes at 3401 Walnut Street with announcements that Taco Bell, KFC and Quiznos signed a letter of intent late last week.
The MexiCali restaurant recently closed its doors for the second time this year due to staffing problems that have plagued the restaurant since it opened last September.
Drexel University is leading the way for universities selling information technology services to other academic institutions, a path that Penn has chosen not to take.
As performing arts groups gear up for their spring performances this week, many clubs are looking to the Web as a cheap and effective means of getting information to the student body.
Members of the Philadelphia education elite came together last night to discuss ways to effectively spend the city's proposed $1.5 billion for capital improvements.
An exhibit exploring the new face of affordable housing has come to Penn.
Former Neurosurgery professor Tracy McIntosh was sentenced to house arrest yesterday for giving drugs to and sexually assaulting the niece of his close friend -- a crime to which he pleaded no contest in December.
There are 7,500 16-foot-tall gates consisting of 1,067,330 square feet of saffron fabric that cover 23 miles of pathways in Christo and Jeanne-Claude's The Gates, an art exhibit currently on display in New York City's Central Park. But they won't be there much longer.
Republican Senator Arlen Specter has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease, but that has not stopped the 75-year-old from being an active public figure.
While Taco Bell is at least a signed contract away from opening on campus, some students are preparing to join a national protest against the fast food chain and its parent company, Yum Brands.
"Yo quiero Taco Bell" might soon be heard around campus as the popular fast food chain prepares to head to Penn.
Students from the School of Design worked tirelessly this weekend to create potential plans for casinos in the city and wrapped up their work with a surprise visit from Mayor John Street.