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06/14/24 7:54pm
A sign posted by the Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspections states that the building is “ordered vacated immediately” because of several code violations and details several corrective actions required to lift the order. 
06/11/24 9:53pm
Philadelphia City Councilmember Nicolas O’Rourke invited United RAs at Penn to speak to City Council on May 16 about Penn’s union-busting tactics and to advocate for the resolution.
06/10/24 2:02pm
The center features youth-led programming, teach-ins, and workshops, providing youth with the opportunity to engage with art through professional-grade equipment.
06/04/24 8:47pm
An email sent by UArts administrators on May 31 gave the community one week’s notice that the school would be permanently closing its doors. 
05/28/24 1:29pm
The refrigerator is the first project of its kind for Chester and aims to provide nutritious and filling foods for the community. 
05/16/24 11:31pm
GET-UP is the largest union at Penn in recent memory, representing over 3,700 workers. Resident advisors, graduate resident advisors, and Penn Medicine residents have also increased union campaigns in recent months.
05/16/24 4:52pm
Several RAs told The Daily Pennsylvanian that Penn cut the final scheduled day of negotiations of the semester short and refused to accept the group’s multiple counterproposals.
05/16/24 2:50pm
The initiative breaks down into three parts: a donation center for unwanted items, a curbside furniture drive, and curbside bulk trash removal.
05/10/24 3:08pm
While several of Pennsylvania’s most high-profile politicians praised Penn’s move to disband the encampment, two politicians who represent Penn expressed deep concern about the University's conduct. 
05/10/24 12:58pm
Approximately 33 individuals were arrested at the encampment early Friday morning, a University spokesperson wrote to The Daily Pennsylvanian. As of 9:05 a.m., all individuals had been released.
05/09/24 5:17pm
“The University of Pennsylvania has an obligation to their safety,” he said. “It is past time for the university to act, to address this, to disband the encampment, and to restore order and safety on campus.”
05/03/24 4:33pm
The vote passed by a 1,807-97 margin. With this victory, the organization becomes the largest union at Penn in recent memory, representing over 3,700 workers.
04/30/24 10:41pm
If the vote passes, GET-UP will become the largest union at Penn in recent history with about 4,500 workers.
04/30/24 12:20am
It included paintings, photographs, and written artwork displayed around the green for the public to view. 
04/29/24 4:08am
The rally was held “in support of a peaceful campus environment for Jewish faculty, staff, [and] students,” according to flyers circulating on Instagram.
04/29/24 1:39am
The developer of the new building announced that the first floor of the building would be leased to a Grocery Outlet bargain market and Kilimandjaro, a Senegalese restaurant.
04/25/24 8:07pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian is following the rising tensions on Penn's campus and beyond today.
04/23/24 12:41am
The Penn community will be voting on a variety of elected positions in the 2024 primary elections, from United States president to state representative.  
04/22/24 1:21am
The program launched at Liguori Academy High School in Philadelphia with a kickoff event on April 19.
04/18/24 2:03am
The event, which was co-hosted by Penn’s English Department, focused on how journalistic and research approaches can provide insight into the topic of homelessness.