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Philadelphia

11/18/18 9:03pm
The heirlooms were delivered to the Museum on Monday and will be displayed as part of the museum’s “Year of Hamilton" until March 2019.
11/18/18 4:56pm
Peterkin Bell's profile from the Annenberg website has been deleted. The course listing for her course Urban Communications is no longer on PennInTouch. 
11/18/18 3:42pm
Professors from Penn and other local institutions help devise experiments to solve Philadelphia-specific problems such as littering and voting turnout.   
11/18/18 3:37pm
Flooding is not the only environmental issue threatening Eastwick. Some Penn faculty and students are examining the health implications of nearby landfills and energy plants.  
11/15/18 8:00am
The conversation was part of a day-long Perry World House event, where officials from cities across the nation gathered to discuss changing local and national immigration policies. 
11/13/18 10:17pm
Over a hundred Penn students have signed a petition that argues that nearby Starbucks stores are already overburdened. 
11/13/18 2:23pm
Peterkin Bell became an instructor at Penn in Jan. 2017, and is currently slated to teach an urban communication course next spring.  
11/07/18 10:22pm
There are approximately 150 guides currently in the Kite and Key Society, each of whom are expected to lead one campus tour a week. 
11/06/18 9:20pm
Rep. Dwight Evans (D-Pa.) was re-elected to the House, still serving as the representative for Penn's campus.
10/30/18 11:57pm
Josh Evans' interest in real estate investment stemmed from a few Penn classes he took in urban development. 
10/29/18 10:25pm
PILOTs, or Payments in Lieu of Taxes, are voluntary contributions that nonprofits make to local governments. 
10/29/18 8:09pm
Penn President Amy Gutmann condemned the recent increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the United States and paid homage to Penn graduate Jerry Rabinowitz, who was among those killed in the attack. 
10/28/18 11:05pm
The eight-hour event was the first of its kind on Penn’s campus and took more than a year of planning on the part of members of the University’s extended healthcare community.
10/28/18 9:27pm
Following a meeting between the city and seven Philadelphia universities, the Schuylkill Navy has made progress towards funding the much needed Schuylkill dredge.
10/25/18 5:49pm
The jump in Philadelphia rentership was the third greatest among the ten most populated cities in the nation. 
10/23/18 7:43pm
The award, which was part of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, was also given to 19 other cities, including Pittsburgh, Boston, and Washington, D.C. 
10/23/18 3:51pm
The National Institutes of Health’s National Eye Institute (NEI) Audacious Goals Initiative  is granting $30 million total to five multidisciplinary teams for research into regenerative treatments for blindness. 
10/22/18 12:37am
In 2017, the number of women holding board seats in Philadelphia-based companies reached 17 percent — just one percent higher than the previous year.
10/21/18 8:17pm
Several Temple students and faculty say the sign is insensitive and promotes dangerous drug abuse.
10/16/18 9:07pm
The notice posted on the doors of the building said it was in “zoning” violation, making it illegal to occupy the building after 12:00 p.m. on Oct. 26.