McCaffery spoke about the unique power of the state Supreme Court to make decisions that affect Pennsylvanians.
Last week, organizers entered College Hall and delivered a letter with nearly 500 signatures directed to President Liz Magill and Provost John Jackson.
All members of the Penn community are invited to attend the celebration from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., which will include lunch and remarks from various speakers.
The topics of conversation at the discussion ranged from the University City townhomes to Penn’s community engagement and gentrification of West Philadelphia.
Other states with detected samples of the variant are Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
The survey will invite Philadelphia residents to share their financial experiences over 36 months.
Victor Bockris discussed his life, stories, and legacy in an interview at the Kelly Writers House with director Al Filreis.
Englert returns to serve as university president after Temple’s acting president, JoAnne Epps, passed away after falling ill at a university event.
As part of the fair, PennReady will conduct a sprinkler test at 11:30 a.m., which consists of a side-by-side simulated burn of two residential rooms.
In an email sent to the Penn community on Wednesday, the Division of Public Safety wrote that multiple individuals looted several retail stores in various areas of Philadelphia, including Center City, North, and West Philadelphia.
SEPTA riders can now pay with credit cards, debit cards, or smartphone wallets such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.
The Black Bottom — where University City now sits — was a predominantly Black community that the city designated as a redevelopment zone between the 1950s and 1970s to create room for university-affiliated commercial and residential buildings.
The Coalition of Workers at Penn was created in collaboration with The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
On Nov. 7, registered voters will elect various state judicial candidates as well as a new mayor of Philadelphia and City Council members.
Epps, who formerly served as the Temple Law School dean and provost, was named the university's acting president earlier this year on April 11.
The repaving portion of the Walnut Street project is expected to begin on or around Sept. 26 and continue through Sept. 29.
The data helps demonstrate the impact of Penn Connects, a series of master plans published by the university in 2006, 2011, and 2018.
With University funds and support from the local community, they are set to begin construction of their Cobbs Creek storefront later this month.
These changes come alongside further adjustments from Penn’s Transportation and Parking department including, most notably, cheaper regional SEPTA passes for Penn staff and faculty.
Community organizers demand more transparency following new evidence from an online photo sharing site from a public event hosted in 2014.