College senior Rawlin Rosario was recognized for his work in the community through the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Student Award for Community Involvement.
Two suspects fled the scene of an unarmed robbery on 41st and Baltimore Friday night.
In 2011, sociology PhD student Gregory Harris was arrested for assault after allegedly elbowing a police officer while he observed an Occupy Philadelphia protest for his dissertation.
Nutter began his speech with a humorous memory as a Penn undergraduate.
Despite rising pressure from government officials, University administrators continue to firmly oppose PILOT payments.
The annual joke issue successfully tricked Vanity Fair into thinking Emma Watson was to attend Penn.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between March 12 and March 19.
One hundred residents and students of University City will receive free coffee for a year on Wednesday morning.
The hearing was held at Pennsylvania Hospital, one of Penn Medicine’s medical facilities.
Swipe Out Hunger, a national organization that combats food insecurity by encouraging college students to donate leftover meal swipes, will officially launch at Penn on Wednesday.
The Netter Center for Community Partnerships held its 12th annual ABCS Summit at the Shotel Dubin Auditorium in Penn Hillel.
While teachers and administrators often focus on student's academic needs, a conference this weekend focused more on how to address students' needs as people.
This past weekend, a number of Penn students went out into the West Philly community in order to provide services to others. Many returned with the realization that the community had provided a great service to them.
The push for PILOTs has gone from Penn President Amy Gutmann's house to City Hall.
Wilson, 30, was shot at a North Philadelphia GameStop during an attempted robbery Thursday afternoon.
On Monday, Harker — currently the president of the University of Delaware — was named the next president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, effective July 1.
The city of Philadelphia will be launching its very own bike-sharing program this spring, akin to those already running in New York City and Washington, D.C. Unique to Philly will be the pricing scheme and, hopefully, the incomes of the customer base.
The decision comes after the SRC approved applications for five new charter schools. Wolf had urged Green to deny all applications.
The Pennovation Center will contain space for entrepreneurs and startups from both inside and outside Penn.
The suit opposes a contract stipulation that lets teachers work for the union while remaining on the district's payroll.