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02/24/22 10:13pm
Students, organization leaders, and elected officials spoke on the Student Voter Education and Registration Resolution, which will make sure that all students have access to civic engagement and voter registration education.
02/23/22 10:59pm
The protest was hosted by the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes, a group composed of Penn faculty and students, the Black Bottom tribe, housing justice organizers, and West Philadelphia community members. 
02/23/22 10:48pm
The court chose a map submitted by a group of citizens and proposed by the Democratic plaintiffs that used the "least-change" approach to maintain the same, general representation as the previous map.
02/23/22 10:36pm
Parents, staff, and students of the Robeson High School community gathered at district headquarters on Tuesday to fight for renovations for the school. 
02/21/22 10:26pm
The program aims to promote diversity among principals and assistant principals in the School District of Philadelphia and specifically targets existing educators within the school district. 
02/21/22 1:33am
The goal of establishing the PPFA is to address racial and economic disparities and aid small businesses.
02/21/22 1:32am
The University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia’s Housing Development Corporation will jointly operate one of the initiatives, which will focus on housing and be launched in the spring.
02/21/22 1:29am
Seventeen bus routes will undergo slight frequency reductions, and those resources will be shifted to other routes with greater ridership.
02/15/22 8:16pm
The settlement between Shapiro and Andrei Doroshin, CEO of PFC and former Drexel University graduate student, banned Doroshin from involvement in charity, government, or health-related work in Pennsylvania for the next 10 years.
02/13/22 11:17pm
According to the new guidelines which took effect on Monday, Feb. 7, students, faculty, and staff should instead use a three-ply surgical mask, KN95 mask, or N95 respirators 
02/10/22 10:40pm
The report, titled "How the Pandemic Has Affected Philadelphia’s Economy and Jobs," investigated how COVID-19 impacted Philadelphia's employment rates and demographics.
02/08/22 12:49am
President Biden promised to mail 500 million free, at-home rapid COVID-19 tests to Americans. Since Jan. 18, individuals have been able to request up to four tests per household online.
02/07/22 11:09pm
The event was hosted at W.E.B. DuBois College House by Police Free Penn in collaboration with the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes.
02/07/22 9:54pm
The 13-floor, 310,000-square-foot high-rise office building is set for construction from early 2023 to 2025.
02/06/22 10:12pm
According to Philadelphia Health Commissioner Cheryl Bettigole, most Philadelphians have not yet received the booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine which is necessary to combat the Omicron variant.
02/05/22 8:24pm
More than 129 carjacking incidents have been logged in Philadelphia since the year's start, up from 43 during the same time frame in 2021, according to DPS.
02/03/22 11:04pm
As part of the initiative, up to 60 people in need will receive $500 per month for at least a year starting as early as March 2022.
02/02/22 12:48am
The memorandum of agreement between the two institutions was confirmed at a Jan. 27 School District of Philadelphia board meeting with no dissenting votes.
01/31/22 8:22pm
In an email sent to Temple staff, Anderson announced his plans to take a sabbatical before working on a new research program exploring "college access and inclusion," The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. 
01/27/22 10:02pm
Compared to the previous week's rate of 2,000 cases per day, Philadelphia reported an average of 996 daily cases this week, PhillyVoice reported.