PECO and Penn Facilities responded to the series of power outages in recent weeks on campus.
On April 14, protesters gathered at College Green to show their support and solidarity with the “Stadium Stompers” — a gathering of West Philadelphia community members and Temple University students united against the construction of the new stadium.
On April 7, Gov. Wolf signed two executive orders banning discrimination against employees or applicants for employment based on their sexual orientation, as well as all agencies contracting with the state.
The two days off are Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha — holidays considered to be among the holiest in Islam.
Prospective students are drawn to Penn because of its location in the city of Philadelphia, and students and alumni alike reap the benefits offered to them during their time here.
SEPTA had previously hoped to begin implementing the new payment technology in April but it has been pushed back to at least early June
Hillary Clinton, fresh off of a loss to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, discussed issues of interest to AFL-CIO members.
The center works towards increasing access to fresh, organic, nutritious food for the Southwest and West Philadelphia community.
An estimated 10,000 people crowded into Temple University to listen to presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) speak.
Mayor Jim Kenney recently introduced a massive $600 million plan to restore Philadelphia’s public libraries, recreation centers and parks.
The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at Fattah’s recent legal troubles, extending back to 2007, and previewed what lies ahead for the embattled congressman and Fels graduate.
Around 128,000 voters have become registered Republicans since the beginning of the new year across the state — many to vote for and against Trump.
The restaurant received 22 violations, eight of which were serious, including evidence of pest activity and sewage backup.
An Amtrak train was derailed Sunday morning, leaving 2 dead and 35 injured a mere 15 miles outside Philadelphia in Chester, PA, the Chester Fire Department told CNN.
The EAT (Everyone At the Table) Café is a nonprofit restaurant that aims to provide a community space, where people can share a two or three course meal, regardless of their ability to pay.
The water crisis in Flint, Mich. has many Philadelphians concerned about the safety of the city’s drinking water.
Close to home but a world away for many Philadelphia high school students, Penn's high standards make it nearly impossible for many students to apply or to be accepted at the university.
An old adage may say that “all politics are local,” but interest in politics is clearly not.
As the city’s top private employer, Penn created one out of every nine jobs in Philadelphia, totaling up to 90,400 jobs created directly and indirectly in 2015.
Where’s the Love Philadelphia, a gun violence awareness project at Penn, hosted an open mic night at a photo gallery on Saturday.