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4 hours ago
This hearing could help determine the future of remains of Black Philadelphians that have been in the possession of the Penn Museum since 1966.
5 hours ago
The Working Families Party is a grassroots political party that organizes to elect progressive candidates in fourteen states.
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In response to a request for comment, Starbucks contested the validity of the complaint in regards to disobeying the NLRA and defended their actions at the Philadelphia locations. 
01/31/23 4:00pm
The senior was accused of injuring a then-Penn sophomore at a party held on Sept. 4, 2021, in the chapter house of his fraternity.
01/30/23 10:53pm
Located next to campus, Franklin's Table has welcomed three new eateries. Two additional restaurants recently opened in University City, and several more plan to open by the end of 2023. 
01/29/23 8:53pm
The JLL Capital Markets loan is expected to create the largest life sciences research and lab building in Greater Philadelphia, adding to Philadelphia’s pre-existing health and biotech scene.
01/25/23 5:57pm
On Jan. 10, 1983, Judy Wicks opened the restaurant with a promise to serve organic and seasonal food. 
01/24/23 11:00pm
The Department of Health was subsequently reinspected Supremo on Jan. 23, and the Cease Operations Order remained in place.
01/23/23 9:33pm
The 25 selected ASPIRE scholars will receive interactive educational sessions, on-site exposure, and mentorship opportunities.
01/23/23 8:59pm
The College of Physicians apologized for its affiliation with the Penn dermatology professor who conducted medical experiments on inmates. 
01/22/23 9:51pm
Two of the current mayoral candidates have also graduated from the University.
01/19/23 10:49pm
The investigation found that museums across the US hold more than 110,000 Native American remains, despite a 1990 federal law. 
01/17/23 11:06pm
In November, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives originally voted to impeach Krasner largely along party lines.
01/17/23 9:40pm
SPOC is working to mobilize college students in the Philadelphia area against the plans for a new 76ers arena in Chinatown.
01/16/23 9:16pm
Construction of the redeveloped property, which will cost around $35 million, is expected to begin early this year and conclude by fall 2024.
01/12/23 10:07pm
The symposium begins with the MLK Day of Service kickoff breakfast at Houston Hall.
01/12/23 12:00pm
The delayed opening date of mid-December was pushed back once more to Jan. 12, when the location finally began welcoming customers.
01/11/23 7:30pm
The food hall will open in fall of 2023 and will feature 16 food and beverage vendors.
01/09/23 9:41pm
The coffee shop reopened on Jan. 9 following a third reinspection by the Department of Public Health.
12/11/22 2:00pm
Penn community members protested University's role in gentrification around West Philadelphia.