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Philadelphia

01/20/16 11:52pm
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.
01/20/16 1:41am
Unlike other cities, Philly does not make health standards clear to consumers and non-governmental reviews of the data is hardly consistent.
01/19/16 12:13am
In June of 2010, President Obama introduced his Opening Doors program, a plan meant to prevent and eventually end homelessness in the United States.
01/14/16 8:19pm
Professor Marci Hamilton thinks Cosby will likely be declared guilty of at least one count in his Montgomery County, Pa. trial. 
01/12/16 11:47pm
The SEPTA YAC filed a Change.org petition with 1,156 signers to support the program. 
01/12/16 11:46pm
In his inauguration speech, Kenney focused on the cooperation of City Hall, local businesses and average citizens.
01/12/16 2:17pm
Police tape blocks traffic on Locust between 40th and 41st.
01/08/16 6:21pm
Around 11:30 p.m., suspect Edward Archer, 30, fired a semiautomatic pistol into Officer Jesse Hartnett’s police car near 60th and Spruce streets.
12/09/15 3:20am
The secret behind Dock Street’s upcoming West Philly beer? Local yeast strains.
12/09/15 3:13am
On Nov. 30th, PennDesign concluded its first successful year of Social Impact Projects, a program organized by PennPraxis to support student proposals with grants to create a social impact in the Philadelphia community.
12/09/15 1:50am
Nutter called Trump's comments 'vile' and 'ignorant'
12/09/15 12:02am
Penn Museum educators travel in “mummy mobiles” to teach Philadelphia middle schoolers about ancient civilizations.
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.