After months of noise violation reports, four students have been evicted from Harrison College House this week, a rare occurrence according to College House officials.
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The Freshgrocer is suffering an infestation of mice, despite ongoing extermination efforts.
Soon to review a controversial Undergraduate Assembly proposal on coeducational housing, University officials remain tight-lipped on whether current housing policies are discriminatory or likely to change.
It's the equivalent of winning the Oscar for Best Picture -- except the criteria is land use, and audiences outside of the real estate development field may be harder to impress.
In a controversial move, the Undergraduate Assembly recently passed a proposal advocating on-campus, co-educational housing.
DALLAS -- For the third year in a row, The Daily Pennsylvanian received the Pacemaker Award, given by the Associate Collegiate Press in recognition of outstanding journalism.
Crawling along window sills and floors, single file lines of ants are making rounds through Houston Market.
Flooding in Mayer Hall last night sent 10 residents to the Sheraton University City and kept many out of their rooms for over an hour.
Filling the sidewalk with clowns, mimes and a live band, Commerce Bank celebrated the opening of its newly renovated branch on Friday and Saturday.
If Tom Hutt gets his way on Nov. 4, Philadelphia will be the largest U.S. city with a Green Party city councilman.
Although renovations on Annenberg Plaza were made less than five years ago, the facility is now in the midst of a makeover.
The University's own version of Rittenhouse Square is just weeks from completion.
After removing 42 trees and bulldozing greenhouse facilities, workers are set to begin construction on the new Life Sciences building.
Although many on campus were too busy with bulkpack readings or midterm preparations to care, the nine contenders for the Democratic presidential ticket came head to head last night in a primary debate.
As Food Services giant Aramark enters its second year at the helm of University Dining Services, profits are up, Penn officials are claiming success and Dining officials have an impressive list of new facilities and offerings.
A recent DuBois College House meeting to address pest control issues ironically had one attendee too many.
Bucking a long-held ban, Van Pelt Library will now allow beverages throughout the premises.
A SEPTA trolley hit and injured a man on 39th and Spruce streets Friday evening, according to SEPTA officials.
A female student awoke to a male fondling her in Harnwell College House early yesterday morning.
Two students are still in temporary housing and many are reporting damaged and smelly carpets after a pipe burst in Harnwell College House on Thursday.