Students in the School of Design spent the weekend working on proposals for two sites currently under consideration for slot machines in the city.
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For the first time in 20 years, the Greek Lady stopped serving food from its cart at 37th and Spruce streets -- and hardly anyone has noticed.
The Eagles are in the Super Bowl, Philadelphians are celebrating and local restaurant owners are getting ready.
Smith Bros., the high-end clothing store on Walnut Street was eerily devoid of people Sunday afternoon save two college-aged females.
"The relief you are now experiencing is made possible by a gift from Michael Zinman," read circular silver plaques above the urinals in the men's restroom of the Van Pelt Library.
The face of the 3900 block of Walnut Street could look significantly different in the coming years.
Fans of Apple Computer may be a rare species, but the Penn contingent of Mac lovers -- including the 63 members of the "Apple iNation" group on thefacebook.com and 7 members of the "Why Yes, I am a Mac user," group -- are already raving about the new products that Apple recently announced at the Mac Expo in San Francisco.
While the city of Philadelphia has spent a tremendous amount of resources on developing the Schuylkill River Park, it is being sued for not fulfilling its contractual obligation to build an effective barrier between the land east of the Schuylkill River and the nearby railroad tracks.
After three years of being closed and scheduled for demolition, the Boyd Theater, more recently known as the Sameric, is set to be renovated and reopened as a venue for live entertainment by Clear Channel Communications.
University of Pennsylvania students and other Philadelphia residents will soon be able to watch the construction of a new office building on the city skyline.
To commemorate the life of former Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, numerous Muslim and Arab groups on campus sponsored a memorial service in the Ben Franklin Room of Houston Hall last night.
English professor Marc Redfield from Claremont Graduate University presented his paper, "The Humanities and the War on Terror," in front of an intimate crowd last night in the former Phi Gamma Delta house, which now houses the Penn Humanities Forum.