Despite that the light poles were greased, as they were during the recent Super Bowl win, rioters still managed to climb them in a frenzy.
Cosby’s lawyers claimed that the judge's wife has a conflict of interest because his wife is a CAPS counselor for victims of sexual assault and has advocated for victims in the past.
Penn and Columbia are the only two Ivies that do not have PILOT agreements, through which nonprofits make payments to local governments in lieu of any property tax.
As a nonprofit, Penn is exempt from paying property taxes under the tax code even though it is the largest private employer in the city.
This increase in Pennsylvania follows a nationwide trend of organic food sales, reported by a USA Today analysis of data from the Organic Trade Association.
The city also ranked first in complying with restrictions and third in ease of obtaining food truck licenses and permits, according to the Food Truck Nation report.
Across the world, there were 800 marches planned for this one day. Along with two high school students, Penn College senior Jana Korn organized Philadelphia's march.
Philadelphia’s taxpayers would need to contribute more than $20,000 per person to pay all of the city’s bills. Only Chicago and New York have poorer financial health.
Students at Saint Joseph’s University remembered Mark Dombrowski in a prayer service held by the university's chaplain on March 19.
While Penn earned a perfect score of 100 points for academic reputation, it received a mediocre score of 75.5 points for employer reputation.
Digital Third Coast's best late-night food ranking looked at the 20 cities being considered by Amazon to host its second headquarters.
While this link was not found in relation to Clinton’s rallies, the researchers discovered that cities experienced 2.3 more assaults on days that they hosted Trump rallies.
This is not the first of Krasner's more progressive policy changes. With a background of a civil right's attorney, Krasner aligns himself with many of the causes furthered by former presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders.
When SmartAsset began the study in 2015, Philadelphia was ranked ninth, but slid down to 15th place in 2016 and then 10th in 2017.
The hallmark of the evening occurred when Mill called and spoke to the audience from the SCI —
Chester in Delaware County.
The purpose of the line is to “better understand the policies, processes and procedures in place from the perspective of the individual who has to go through [sexual misconduct],” Philadelphia Controller Rebecca Rhynhart said.
The statue was reinstalled in Love Park on Feb. 13.
This comes less than two weeks after Pennsylvania declared a statewide disaster emergency in response to the opioid crisis.
To gauge reactions across campus and Philadelphia, The Daily Pennsylvanian dispatched reporters across the city to see how fans are responding.
Currently, Republicans hold the majority in both the Senate and the House. After these elections, however, 33 Senate seats and 435 House seats have the potential to turnover.