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Philadelphia

04/09/24 11:41pm
If the upcoming election is successful, GET-UP would become the largest union at Penn in recent history. 
04/09/24 12:34am
The community gathered by the thousands on College Green and beyond to celebrate the spectacle over shared viewing glasses, Moon Pies, and astronaut ice cream. 
04/08/24 11:28pm
The theme of this year’s conference was “Democracy, Disinformation, Activism – What’s Environmental Journalism’s Role?”
04/05/24 12:09pm
The Division of Public Safety issued a UPenn Alert in response to the earthquake, telling community members that no damages had been reported.
04/05/24 1:24am
The protestors allege that Ghost Robotics is selling robots to Israel's military to be utilized in the ongoing conflict in Gaza. 
04/03/24 10:03pm
The conversation was moderated by Kecia Fong, a lecturer and Ph.D. candidate at Penn, and drew an audience of around 100 people. 
04/03/24 12:03am
Multiple companies have faced criticism from students due to poor housing conditions, some of whom voiced complaints to The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
04/02/24 1:52am
2012 Wharton and School of Social Policy graduate Chau Wing Lam, 1973 College graduate Joyce Wilkerson, and 1972 College graduate Joan Stern were on the list of nine school board members announced on Monday.
03/29/24 6:34pm
The concert will take place in Penn Park beginning at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, April 19, and it will be followed by the Daytime Fling event on Saturday, April 20.
03/25/24 10:14pm
The study, which expands on previous research conducted in 2022, examines the potential ramifications the $1.55 billion project could have on local businesses, specifically those within the food and entertainment sectors. 
03/21/24 5:31am
The project includes developing a public park, improving traffic calming efforts, and creating better access to nearby areas.
03/19/24 8:20pm
Around 20 Penn and Philadelphia community members, as well as former residents of the UC Townhomes, gathered at the property on 40th and Market streets on Tuesday to witness the process. 
03/18/24 9:22pm
DPS has advised students to consider alternative routes to get to campus and other destinations.
03/17/24 10:33pm
Parker, a 2016 Fels School of Government graduate and the city’s first woman mayor, wrote in her proposal that Penn is currently working with the City on public health issues for vulnerable residents. 
03/15/24 12:18am
Gilmore Richardson also spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian about the importance of the upcoming 2024 election — both on a national and a statewide level.
03/12/24 1:34am
Several graduate students discussed the need for a comprehensive labor contract and fair stipends with The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
03/11/24 9:37pm
The five new projects include initiatives to improve care for childhood asthma and create an AI-based community arts platform, according to the Penn Nursing announcement.
03/11/24 12:55am
Biden, a former Benjamin Franklin Professor of Presidential Practice, spoke to a Wallingford, Pa. crowd at Strath Haven Middle School about issues such as reproductive rights and the economy. 
03/01/24 1:22am
Academic Policy Committee Chair David Ertel led the voting process for the resolutions, which each passed unanimously and without discussion. 
02/28/24 4:05am
The new funding will allow the aging cars on the Market-Frankford Line to be replaced once a contract is signed with a rail car manufacturer.