With preparations for this month's Republican National Convention in high gear, Penn's working hard to finalize contracts with different organizations looking to use University facilities for convention activities.
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After years of student complaints, Eat at Joe's closed its doors for the last time on Friday.
Years of studying financial services paid off for Penn Finance professor Anthony Santomero when he was appointed the new head of the Federal Bank Reserve of Philadelphia last Thursday.
After announcing last Friday that negotiations over new sports stadiums had halted without a deal, Mayor John Street broadcasted over live television on Monday that talks between the city, the Phillies and the Eagles had resumed.
Conventional wisdom says that the nation's youngest voters are often its most apathetic.
The University's new water chilling plant should be up and running tomorrow, University officials said yesterday.
In a swift campaign stop in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Vice President Al Gore outlined an energy policy designed to save resources and protect the environment before the backdrop of Trigen, a Center City natural gas power plant.
Former head men's squash and tennis coach Al Molloy died of a heart attack last Friday. He was 72.
Each summer, the mailboxes of Penn students get stuffed with various mailings about dining plans, housing assignments and telephone services.
Construction on Levine Hall, a new technology and computer science building, officially began last Thursday when University officials and trustees gathered for an afternoon groundbreaking ceremony.
With technological innovations making waves in intellectual property circles nationwide, the University Trustees discussed the University's copyright policies at their annual summer meeting last Thursday and Friday.
Drexel University students soon will be able to read their e-mail from the sidelines of a basketball game.
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The effort to replace outgoing School of Nursing Dean Norma Lang began on Monday as University officials announced the formation of the School of Nursing dean search committee.
Nursing Professor Neville Strumpf was appointed to the position of interim dean of the School of Nursing on Tuesday to temporarily fill the vacancy that will result from current Dean Norma Lang's upcoming departure.
Almost two months after filing a lawsuit against top gun manufacturers, Mayor John Street announced Friday that he was dropping the suit against the nation's largest gun manufacturer in exchange for significant reforms within the company.
Dozens of concerned West Philadelphians assembled Monday night to debate the future of the city-owned parcel of land at 47th and Warrington streets. The vacant block is currently home to parking spaces and open green space.
School District of Philadelphia Superintendent David Hornbeck announced on Monday that he would step down from his post, effective August 15.
The so-called "Center City rapist" never intended to kill Wharton doctoral student Shannon Schieber, but did so when he panicked at the arrival of police, FBI profilers claim in a recent report.
University officials took the next step towards a dramatic redesign of the Quadrangle last week when they began construction on this summer's phase of the renovation project.