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The UC Townhomes and Philadelphia’s affordable housing struggle, explained.

(09/26/22 4:15am)

Months of encampments, on-campus protests, meetings, and whispers around Penn and across the City stem from one ongoing issue: the impending sale of affordable housing complex University City Townhomes and plans to redevelop the property, located in the largely gentrified neighborhood of University City.




Leaked reports allege that Penn officials led ‘shameless cover-up’ to protect Gene Therapy Program

(04/21/22 4:53am)

Top University officials allegedly manipulated a Perelman School of Medicine investigation into years of workplace abuse allegations within the Gene Therapy Program in order to protect its financial interests and director Jim Wilson, according to internal reports obtained by The Daily Pennsylvanian. 








Penn issues second apology for housing remains of MOVE bombing victims

(04/28/21 6:58pm)

The Penn Museum and University administrators issued a second apology to the Africa family and Penn community members for housing the remains of at least one child killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing, and committed to a comprehensive review of its possession of the remains, following nationwide coverage and uproar.









‘I would like my normal lungs back’: Students recount physical and emotional toll of COVID-19

(01/27/21 7:40am)

Engineering and College sophomore Julia Lottman tested positive for COVID-19 the first week she returned from her spring break trip to Barcelona, Spain in March 2020. After feeling normal for a couple days, she soon developed fatigue and severe body aches, leading to a two-week quarantine in her basement.