On March 12, on the 3800 block of Chestnut Street, a complainant reported that a driver immediately behind her vehicle beeped at her repeatedly, then drove up beside her in the parking lane and threw rocks at her car, causing damage to the paint.
Since the 28-unit building changed hands for $4.2 million in December 2018, residents have been informed that their leases will not be renewed, effectively kicking out some longtime residents.
As Philadelphia’s former industrial districts like Fishtown and Kensington have risen in value, the displacement which followed has disproportionately affected Latino and black residents.
Stress levels were evaluated based on unemployment, working hours, commute times, population density, home price to income ratio, and the percent of uninsured people in the population.
The new study suggests that movement of guns from laxer neighboring states can undermine restrictive state gun laws.
On March 22, Penn’s Asian American Studies Program and its Undergraduate Advisory Board hosted the "State of Asian American Studies" summit, with attendees from various colleges.
The six-week program, which will meet every Thursday from March 28 through May 2, is open to all graduate, professional, and undergraduate students who are grieving a loss.
Temple's free vaccination clinics will be held throughout the day on Wednesday, March 27, and Friday, March 29, the Inquirer reported.
At the event, four panelists spoke about their experience as women of color and gave advice to Penn students about negotiating worthy salaries and practicing self-care.
“We protect our freedom from an ever encroaching federal government and we allow for the laboratories of democracy to rule the day,” Jeb Bush said.
The exhibit was co-sponsored by The F-Word, a student magazine that publishes feminist literature and art, and will remain open until Women’s Week ends on March 24.
At a Thursday discussion hosted by Penn Democrats, the recently re-elected Congressman (D-Pa.) indicated his support for former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential race, expressed his skepticism of the Green New Deal, and revealed his view on how to appeal to working class voters.
On March 21, Penn Student Power spoke alongside local non-profit organizers about Penn's continued stance against paying Philadelphia PILOTs, Payments in Lieu of Taxes.
Six women told ProPublica and The New York Times that Steinhardt asked them to have sex with him or made sexual requests.
Penn Dining aims to open Frontera’s replacement by the start of the fall semester, Chair of the Undergraduate Assembly’s Dining, Housing, and Transit committee and College and Wharton junior Maria Curry said.
Jerome Allen, a former Penn basketball star player and coach, admitted to receiving approximately $300,000 in bribes from Philip Esformes to recruit his son to play basketball for Penn.
A date for this new hearing with a private “discovery master” -- who is a retired Common Pleas Court Judge -- has not been set.
Student Financial Services oversees the Satisfactory Academic Progress benchmark which students must meet in order to maintain their federal grant money.
On March 19, Penn First, the largest first-generation, low-income student group, held a town hall focused on the college admissions process.
The Wharton School was ranked as the country's top full-time MBA program, rising from third place last year.