PILOTs, or Payments in Lieu of Taxes, are voluntary contributions that nonprofits make to local governments.
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.
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.
Following a meeting between the city and seven Philadelphia universities, the Schuylkill Navy has made progress towards funding the much needed Schuylkill dredge.
The jump in Philadelphia rentership was the third greatest among the ten most populated cities in the nation.
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.
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.
In 2017, the number of women holding board seats in Philadelphia-based companies reached 17 percent — just one percent higher than the previous year.
Several Temple students and faculty say the sign is insensitive and promotes dangerous drug abuse.
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.
Symptoms of Acute Flaccid Myelitis can include weakness of the limbs and trouble with movements of facial muscles.
One of Rothman's studies from 2013 found that one third of teenagers in the sample had consumed pornography to learn about sex.
History professor Kathy Peiss chronicled the paths of different pieces of literature tied to the Nazi regime after the end of World War II.
The Wharton finance professor was nominated by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at a joint press conference earlier this week.
Philadelphia jumped 17 spots from last year to third place — the sharpest climb among the top 10 worst cities.
The rally was organized by Philadelphia’s District 1199C, an affiliate of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees.
The largest and most prominent off-campus landlord is Campus Apartments, which was founded in 1958 to serve Penn students.
More than 1,200 drug-related overdose deaths occurred in Philadelphia in 2017 alone.
Philadelphia fell behind neighboring cities such as New York City, which ranked 107, and Pittsburgh, which ranked 171.
Trump spoke to thousands of enthusiastic audience members at the annual convention for the National Electrical Contractors Association.