With SEPTA back on track, students and commuters are returning to normalcy in their travels around the city.
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Six days after members of SEPTA’s largest union walked out of their jobs, the transit strike has come to an end.
Kaplan Test Prep celebrated the grand opening of its new University City branch in the Radian building with number two pencils and Scantron sheets Sunday in the first event of the week-long series at the center.
After widespread belief that a potential transit strike last Saturday had been averted, over 5,000 SEPTA employees put the brakes on their buses, trains and trolleys and hit the picket lines early Tuesday morning.
Commuters, city residents and sports fans alike can breathe a sigh of relief, as SEPTA workers have agreed not to strike over ongoing contract negotiations.
There’s a hint of irony in the “Go Phillies!!!” messages flashing across SEPTA buses as transit employees prepare to strike on the eve of World Series play this weekend.
University City’s proposed extended-stay hotel is seeing a second life after the project’s planners chose to move the proposed site of the Campus Inn from 40th and Pine streets to 41st and Walnut streets.
The players assembled Saturday morning, game faces on, adrenaline pumping and pencils sharpened.
A new group of local university and high-school students is doing its part to get more young people on trolleys, trains and buses.
Philadelphia cyclists are showing the true potential of pedal power — and the University is encouraging this trend on campus as well.
Going green through energy conservation is trendy, but one new company is even giving away prizes to individuals who excel in that effort.
Move over, Copa. Watch out, Blarney. City Tap House is coming.
The deli formerly known as Izzy and Zoe’s is still vacant more than eight months after the restaurant’s lease was revoked.
When Jack Dougherty’s daughter underwent treatment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for nine months in 2007, his family “faced tremendous challenges” finding a place to stay.
Residents in some off-campus housing will be taking shots this Friday, but not the kind you’d expect.
The Climate Action Plan — Penn’s long-term plan to become carbon neutral — and the Office of Sustainability are subtly urging Penn commuters to leave cars at home.
The Radian will soon add banking and test prepping to its catalog of retail stores on campus with the addition of Bank of America and Kaplan Test Prep.
Despite the current economic downturn, Penn Connects, the University’s 30-year plan for campus development and eastward expansion, is still on track, according to administration officials.
Hide your biofuels — the Veggie Van is coming.
Marco Lentini hopes his take on a culinary college classic will be a big hit this week with the opening of Taglio at 37th and Spruce streets.