The Philly Power 100 list is an annual compilation of 100 profiles of the most influential political figures in Philadelphia.
Biden and Obama will speak at a campaign event for Senate nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
With contentious races for governor and Senate in Pennsylvania, The DP spoke with Penn community members about how the upcoming Nov. 8 elections’ results will have direct consequences on Americans’ everyday lives, including Penn students.
The percentage of female top earners across Philadelphia's top 100 public companies now stands at 15%, female executives at 19%, and female directors at 25%.
Shapiro spoke about the importance of the upcoming midterm elections and his focus on more restrictive gun legislation, accessible election reforms, and securing reproductive rights.
Ahead of Election Day, Scanlon spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian about the importance of the upcoming midterms, saying, "It’s all on the line in this election."
The anonymous survey, which ran from Oct. 11 to Oct. 26, garnered 346 responses from the Class of 2023 through the Class of 2026.
HUD has selected Philadelphia as one of the 17 recipients of the grant, which was awarded through the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program
Wexford Science + Technology plans to convert the space from a surface parking lot to an office, laboratory, parking, and retail space
Rhynhart has spent the last five years as the city controller, where she audited the city government and made economic and public-safety recommendations.
Penn Charter, founded by William Penn, is believed to be the oldest Quaker school globally in the United States.
The new regulations, which focus on ensuring safety and accessibility, are stricter than the temporary guidelines and limit the number of existing streeteries.
PeopleJoy can help Penn employees determine their eligibility for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program spearheaded by the Biden administration.
The event, “Avogeddon,” is taking place in FDR Park in South Philadelphia at the corner of S. 20th Street and Pattison Avenue.
The strike, which started Sept. 26, worked to address fair wages and health care, according to the PMA Union.
Of 32 universities surveyed in the Philly region, 13 reported that they had experienced lower enrollment from last fall.
Wawa spokesperson Lori Bruce said that Wawa has faced “continued safety and security challenges and business factors” which “have made it increasingly difficult to remain open in these two locations."
Eighth-year Penn anthropology Ph.D. candidate Justin Reamer gave the lecture which was entitled “The Archeology of Lenapehoking: 12,000 years of Lenape."
Over the course of 12 months, over ten million used syringes were collected by Prevention Point, a Kensington-based nonprofit.
The report ranked 100 American cities based on safety, traffic, average cost of car ownership, and accessibility of vehicles and maintenance.