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12/08/23 1:01am
Earlier this year, activists alleged that Penn Museum was holding previously undisclosed remains of 1985 MOVE bombing victims.
12/04/23 8:48pm
Mann has made significant contributions to understanding the impact of human-caused climate change and the associated policy implications.
12/04/23 1:54am
The joint rally — which was hosted with the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes — featured speakers sharing the organizations’ shared stances against gentrification and occupation. 
12/04/23 12:22am
Under new management, residents are reporting ongoing frustration due to a lack of heat, burst pipes, and flooding issues.
11/29/23 12:56am
DPS wrote in the UpennAlert on their website that the suspect had fled from Philadelphia police officers while they were in the process of “effecting an arrest warrant."
11/19/23 11:05pm
LenaGPT allows users to pose questions and receive comprehensive answers, drawing on expertise and collaboration with the Lenape community. 
11/17/23 1:19am
The curriculum, which occurs concurrently with the training and volunteering components, teaches students about the racial wealth gap, tax systems and policies, and how to discuss sensitive financial issues.
11/17/23 1:17am
Roughly 40 Starbucks workers picketed outside the Starbucks at 39th and Walnut street, leading to the shutdown of the store down for the day
11/14/23 9:19pm
The program — called Grassroots and founded by Wharton senior Lawrence Freymovitch — launched an eight-week financial empowerment class through The Wharton School on Nov. 3, the first such initiative after the program shut down due to COVID-19 in 2020.
11/10/23 12:27am
The walkout opened with calls for a ceasefire, restoration of water and electricity in Gaza, and an end to United States and University aid to Israel.
11/09/23 1:05am
DPS announced their decision to double down on these safety measures last year, although the policies were initially created in 2014.
11/08/23 1:08am
Parker, a former Philadelphia city councilmember and Pennsylvania state representative, faced Republican candidate David Oh and emerged as the winner with 74% of the vote.
11/07/23 9:23pm
Individuals can now pay their fare for SEPTA’s services by tapping a credit card, mobile wallet, or the SEPTA key card. 
11/07/23 12:02am
Philadelphia will choose its 100th Mayor, either Republican David Oh or Democrat Cherelle Parker.
11/07/23 12:00am
Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America shared their preparations, plans, and endorsements ahead of Election Day.
11/05/23 7:56pm
Students celebrated Filipino American History Month in October, with events including the annual Halo-Halloween celebration hosted by the Penn Philippine Association. 
11/02/23 1:54am
Penn is arguing that graduate students are "not employees" in response to their recent decision to unionize.
10/26/23 11:09pm
Oh will face Democratic mayoral candidate and 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate Cherelle Parker on Nov. 7.
10/26/23 10:35pm
Nicolas O’Rourke, Kendra Brooks, Isaiah Thomas, and Nina Ahmad spoke at the event about their platforms ahead of the Nov. 7 election. 
10/25/23 8:03pm
As of Oct. 12, Johnson had secured commitments from the majority of council members.