On Jan. 2, Graduate School of Education (GSE) professor Kate Kinney Grossman’s class resumed, as did all of the classes in Philadelphia's public schools.
The University said it "would provide the best urban grocery store to support the Penn and local community going forward."
If puppies, holiday-themed study breaks and free cookies aren't enough to distract you from the stress of finals season, check out these Philadelphia events to get your mind off that last exam.
Philadelphia has three snow chances between today and next weekend.
Joseph Lewis had been a Penn Police officer for close to six years before his sergeant told him to shave or go home, according to his legal complaint.
Builders broke ground on the FMC Tower in May 2014, and the project is fast approaching completion. The tower is the sixth tallest building in Philadelphia.
Starting on Sunday, Dec. 11, all but three of SEPTA’s Regional Rail lines will begin running on new schedules.
Ethnic intimidation, which is another legal term for hate crimes, is an overt action coupled with targeting an individual of a group which falls under the statue.
Caffé Bene, a South Korean chain, recently opened a location near Penn’s campus on 38th and Chestnut streets.
Experts are unsure how much the price of certain beverages will increase once Philadelphia’s “soda tax” goes into effect on Jan. 1.
The Trust hopes to raise $10,000 dollars from the GoFundMe page, on top of the $66,000 the foundation has already raised.
A networking event called 'Young Friendsgiving' showcased three new restaurants around the city on Monday night.
Last night, we experienced the natural phenomenon of a supermoon. This astrological event only happens once every several decades — the last supermoon occurred 69 years ago.
Philadelphia will likely see between 25 and 30 inches of snow this winter season.
The Provost’s Summer Mentor Program and Science Technology Engineering, Mathematics Mentoring Program have helped Philadelphia students navigate the college-application process, which leads some of them back to Locust Walk.
On Friday night, 2008 College graduate and current Drexel assistant research professor Adrienne Juarascio discovered the phrase "It's our p***y now, bitch" etched into her car about a block from her home in Philadelphia.
The city of Philadelphia, whose citizens voted over 82% for Hillary Clinton according to The New York Times, was silent as Republican nominee Donald Trump — the President-elect of the United States — won swing-state after swing-state.
Weckerly’s Ice Cream started in the kitchen of the Green Line Cafe on the corner of 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue. Its products have been sold at Gourmet Grocer and Metropolitan Bakery.
My Ride to Vote, a California-based Super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton, will be paying for Uber and Lyft rides to Philadelphia polls on Election Day
On Friday, the wind will be whipping close to 20 miles per hour, creating a slight breeze.