Though the Graduate Employees Together-University of Pennsylvania two-day strike that begins today will increase the group's visibility nationally and on campus, University officials are unlikely to capitulate to the group's demands and drop the appeal to the National Labor Relations Board.
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University City's own Bubble House offers diners large portions of dishes that boast lots of flavor -- you may have to undo your belt if you plan to order multiple courses.
Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp.'s bid to take over Walt Disney Co. -- if successful -- could stimulate the city's failing economy and potentially bring thousands of jobs to Center City.
Universities nationwide that frequently use Social Security numbers to identify students are no strangers to identity theft.
Despite a University policy that prohibits professors from requesting students' Social Security numbers on exams, professor Virgil Percec's organic chemistry midterm included a line for the students to write the number.
Occurrences of identity theft have been increasing over the last two decades and in response, Penn has intensified its efforts to protect students' personal information.
College graduates across the nation are enjoying a somewhat better job market this year, with both job offers and salaries on the rise for most majors.
Though residents of the seven states that vote in today's primary elections will be flocking to voting booths to cast their ballots, many Michigan residents have already voted from the comfort of their homes.
Pennsylvania will play a pivotal role in electing the United States president in November's general election. However, the state's votes in the April 27 presidential primary election are effectively negligible.
Even for an engineering professor, the task of discerning boundary conditions and working with governing equations --while highly rewarding -- can sometimes prove difficult.
Following a three and a half decade decline, political interest among college freshmen is on the rise for the third consecutive year, according to a University of California, Los Angeles survey released this week.
Now that the University has announced its next president, speculation about current President Judith Rodin's future has begun to take center stage.
Today, after about four months of searching, the Executive Search Committee will officially announce Amy Gutmann, the provost at Princeton University, as its nominee to serve as the eighth president of the University.
United States President George W. Bush's State of the Union Address last night incited mixed reactions from Democrats and Republicans on campus.
A fire began yesterday afternoon in a duplex on 40th Street near Fairmount Avenue around 4 p.m. The blaze spread from 708 40th St. to the house adjacent to it, and smoke was visible from Penn's high rises.
A fire started in a duplex on 40th Street near Fairmount Avenue around 4:00 on Tuesday afternoon. It spread from 708 40th Street to the house adjacent to it, and smoke was visible from High Rise North. All residents walked out of the house, and no one was hurt, Officer Walter McRae said. However, at 5:30 p.m. approximately 30 firefighters and eight vehicles -- including fire trucks, police cars and ambulances -- remained on the street. The residents were being sheltered in a home down the street.
However, though incumbent Anna Verna retained her seat, the council voted to reorganize its structure. The change will result in a major transfer of power from Verna to Majority Leader Blackwell and Republican Minority Leader Brian O'Neill of Northeast Philadelphia.
No two students will be having sex in front of a classroom full of film students anytime soon, New York University administrators said last week.
Members of the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Work Force are currently addressing this problem as they consider the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
The administration at Boston College is currently butting heads with one of its three student newspapers, The Heights -- a weekly publication -- over issues surrounding the rights of a free press.