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12/07/15 1:51am
Bianca’s Kids is a nonprofit organization dedicated to caring for children going through difficult times in their lives.
12/07/15 12:38am
About a year ago, students disrupted the annual holiday study break at Penn President Amy Gutmann's house with a protest.
12/03/15 12:18am
Left with less than four more weeks until Democrat Jim Kenney takes over as Mayor of Philadelphia on Jan.
12/01/15 11:56pm
Schmear It will be next to make the switch.
12/01/15 11:50pm
Philadelphia is the most impoverished of the 10 biggest cities in the nation, according to a recently released report — but improvements are being made
11/30/15 11:46pm

Penn researchers help make Philadelphia a World Heritage City

Penn joins the ranks of Paris, Florence, Jerusalem, Cairo and 289 other historically significant cities around the world.
11/22/15 11:22pm
On Friday, the Undergraduate Assembly hosted College Day, during which 34 eighth grade students from Henry C. Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia had the opportunity to come to Penn and learn more about life at college. 
11/22/15 11:12pm
The After School Arts Program at Penn held its annual fall talent show Saturday afternoon.
11/19/15 10:06am
Penn Police can now access live security camera feeds from the underground subway stations around campus through a partnership with SEPTA.
11/12/15 9:31pm
This Thursday, some Penn students walked out of class at 2:30 p.m. as instructed by a Facebook event promoted by campus minority groups.
11/12/15 9:27pm
On Thursday, Drexel University announced its decision to rescind entertainer Bill Cosby's honorary degree, which he received in 1992.
11/12/15 7:10pm
SOUL, or Students Organizing for Unity and Liberation, led a protest Thursday afternoon in which students marched up and down Market Street and ended in front of Amy Gutmann's house.
11/11/15 1:46am
With Kenney and Gym in office, many expect there will be a more rigorous push for Penn to fund Philadelphia schools by paying PILOTs.
11/08/15 2:00pm
James Aguirre hoped to empower students who were interested in going above and beyond in science to learn a new part of the field.
11/07/15 2:00pm
Praise from all levels of the Philadelphia community was heaped on Penn Police and DPS during Thursday’s accreditation public hearing.
10/28/15 3:35am
On Tuesday, 1978 College graduate Everett Gillison, Chief of Staff in the Mayor’s Office and former Deputy Mayor of Public Safety Office, spoke to students about community, crime and public safety. 
10/28/15 3:32am
The DNC will be one of the largest public events ever held in Philadelphia, with an estimated 50,000 people expected to attend the week-long convention.
10/28/15 3:27am
“Next Stop: Democracy” is a new civic engagement project which has hired 60 Philadelphia artists to create eye-catching “vote here” signs for the upcoming City Council elections on Nov. 3.
10/28/15 3:25am
At a local elementary school on Oct. 23, members of Penn's Stimulus Children's Theater, or STIM, performed numbers from their upcoming Fall Show “Junie B. Jones: The Musical” as their community show. 
10/26/15 10:28pm
Last year, the issue was highly discussed on campus after members of the Student Labor Action Project and Students Organizing for Unity and Leadership organized a protest at Penn President Amy Gutmann’s annual Christmas party.