Moreno spearheaded a program last spring to connect French-language students at Penn with students at Lea Elementary School with a special interest in learning French.
Nursing undergraduates are promoting healthy lifestyles in the Philadelphia community with Community Champions.
The discussion touched on areas such as the use of language, financial and racial privilege, Penn’s social hierarchies and a culture of exclusion.
As if the Honeygrow and the newly-renovated Saxby’s weren’t exciting enough, three other new retailers will be arriving soon on and around Penn’s campus: A Spread Bagelry, a nail salon and a Dottie’s Donuts.
The National Transportation Safety Board released thousands of previously unpublicized documents from its ongoing investigation the Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment last May.
For the first time in Philadelphia, a real estate agency is accepting Bitcoin as payment for the purchase of condos.
Strong relationships with Penn and Drexel help to increase rankings for Philadelphia schools.
The Federal Aviation Agency estimated that more than 700,000 drones were sold during the last holiday season, making it one of the hottest selling toys in the last two years.
After 16 years as an Democratic at-large councilman, Goode lost his primary race in May 2015.
Mayor Jim Kenney and President Barack Obama's Chief of Staff Denis McDonough attended the annual event.
Former Philadelphia mayor and 1979 Wharton graduate Michael Nutter is now the newest faculty member at Columbia University.
Members of the new City Council will be working diligently in the coming months to re-introduce bills that could affect the businesses and clientele of University city.
Cleanup efforts in University City are still underway following an oil spill in the Schuylkill River on Monday.
Despite the wintry conditions, the city of Philadelphia is not forcing the mentally-competent homeless off of the streets due to constitutional rights concerns.
SEPTA police officers are now equipped with body cameras that will be turned on while responding to radio calls and during any interaction with people on patrol.
As of Saturday, Penn's campus is covered with 12 to 16 inches of snow, with more predicted to fall.
As of Saturday afternoon, Penn's campus is covered with 14-16 inches of snow, with 5-10 inches still on the way.
Other sanctuary cities in the United States include New York City, Baltimore and Washington D.C.
The Board of Managers of the Institute includes Dean Michael X. Delli Carpini of the Annenberg School of Communications.
The debate over what counts as terrorism comes after Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio spoke out against Mayor Kenney’s denial of terroristic action as the cause of the recent Philadelphia shooting.