The 40th Street trolley station will be undergoing significant change.
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Calling all veggie-lovers: there’s now something that might give Sweetgreen a run for its money. On Friday, the vegetarian and vegan restaurant HipCityVeg opened its doors on 40th Street between Walnut and Locust streets.
Starting now, more and more retail options are opening around campus. New places for pizza, donuts, yogurt and more will become Penn staples by 2014:
On Sunday, D.P. Dough Philly served its final batch of calzones.
This weekend, 1,500 comic book enthusiasts will flock to the Rotunda.
For Weckerly’s owner and chef Jen Satinsky, making ice cream starts with one ingredient.
Despite student hopes, there will be no retail replacement for Philly Diner.
After many delays, new pizza and frozen yogurt options are coming soon to University City.
Chestnut Street is about to get a lot busier.
UPDATE: According to philly.com, the ribbon-cutting for the store will be Tuesday, Sept. 10.
This fall, Penn students will be tempted to venture onto Drexel’s campus.
This fall, lower prices and a greater variety are coming to The Fresh Grocer.
Penn will have to search elsewhere for peanut butter cupcakes and chocolate eclairs.
Check out new restaurants and building renovations on campus this year.
Next semester, journalism and community service will collide.
Before University City High School closes its doors, it will impart its last batch of advice on its students this summer.
At his high school, Glen Casey is a celebrity.
This week, Israeli culture is making a 5,000-mile journey to Penn’s campus.
From Penn Muslim Students Association’s Family Fair to Penn Newman’s Stations of the Cross, the Penn Faith Fund has been making ambitious religious events possible since 2010.
With 89 teams and about 1,000 participants, the Penn chapter of Colleges Against Cancer surpassed its fundraising goal for the first time since 2008, raising $85,040.26 for the American Cancer Society.