Despite pulling tobacco products off its shelves, CVS hasn’t ruffled many feathers at Penn.
Penn's plan to build an apartment complex at 40th and Pine streets is one step closer to becoming a reality, but there is still much opposition to overcome.
The fundraising campaign has raised $4,020 as of publishing time.
The popular brunch spot Green Eggs Café, located on 13th and Samson, recently received its liquor license, and will start serving alcoholic beverages this weekend.
With a recent award of $6,500 from PECO and Natural Lands Trust, University City District is slowly coming closer to redeveloping the 40th Street Trolley Station.
Graduate School of Education student Jennifer Duffy is the third principal of the Lea School in three years
An eight-year-old girl died earlier today after falling out of an apartment building blocks away from campus, CBS Philly first reported Wednesday morning.
UCD is studying urban revitalization methods in order to create a more welcoming environment on the streets leading into campus.
Drexel University has employed JLL to advise in the formal
search for a master developer of its Innovation Neighborhood.
Seven school district parents with the group Parents United for Public Education filed a lawsuit on Wednesday claiming that the Pennsylvania Department of Education has failed to investigate complaints about “curriculum deficiencies” in the School District of Philadelphia.
In 2011, Holly Fetter joined Resource Generation after
experiencing a conflicting sense of identity within the national economic
system.As the Occupy movement illuminated the disparity between the
1% and the 99%, Fetter, a junior at Stanford University at the time, felt
disillusioned by her privilege.
Borrowing books from the school library is a thing of the past for many Philadelphia pubic school students these days?and not for the technological reasons you might be hoping.
West Philadelphia artist and 1977 PennDesign graduate James
Dupree is fighting to save his art studio from the city’s seizure of private
properties in Mantua.
A 2,000-foot-long boardwalk will run along the eastern shore of the river.
Drexel University will announce to trustees and senior staff tomorrow that Harris Steinberg, currently executive director of PennPraxis, will head the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation, according to an article in Philadelphia Magazine.
The Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement is cracking down on underage drinking at Philadelphia colleges as the fall semester begins, although it is currently unclear whether the BLCE will patrol near Penn during New Student Orientation.
The Democratic National Committee named Philadelphia as a finalist to host the 2016 Democratic convention, where delegates will officially nominate the party's candidate for President.
Obama stepped in at the request of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, ordering a presidential emergency board to help negotiate an agreement between SEPTA and the two unions representing its locomotive engineers and electrical workers.
In addition to its menu of sweet and savory vegan treats, P.S. & Co. offers classes in juicing, mixology, gluten-free baking and a basic series of vegetarian cooking throughout the summer. The summer cocktails mixology workshop will be held on June 12, and a gluten-free baking series will be taught on June 19.
On Tuesday, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, along with PennPraxis — the applied research arm of PennDesign — presented recommendations for a new East and West Fairmount Park.