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Philadelphia

07/05/23 6:34pm
The exhibit, titled "Pursuit & Persistence: 300 Years of Women in Science," features a document written by former Penn professor Mildred Cohn. 
06/29/23 12:37am
Gong Cha and Playa Bowls opened their doors to the public for the first time this month, while SoBol suddenly closed.
06/27/23 12:20pm
The University of Pennsylvania Health System saw an increase in profits compared to 2022, according to its financial summary for the nine month period ending March 31.
06/26/23 11:21am
The hospital system, which has placed on the "Best Hospitals" Honor Roll for 16 consecutive years, cited “a greater need for transparency” and “access to more comprehensive quality data” in the decision to withdraw.
06/22/23 3:22am
Ahmad, who would be the first South Asian person and first immigrant in recent memory to serve on the Philadelphia City Council, spoke to the DP about her experience in public service and goals for the position. 
06/22/23 3:17am
Biden, a former Penn Professor of Presidential Practice, spoke at a rally hosted by union federation AFL-CIO after assessing the damage on Interstate 95 from a helicopter. 
06/20/23 8:46pm
The popular food truck will close on June 30 after serving the Penn community with Middle Eastern vegetarian goods for nearly 40 years.
06/14/23 11:51pm
After a section of I-95 partially collapsed, Pennsylvania state police closed lanes in both directions between the Woodhaven and Aramingo exits. 
06/14/23 11:49pm
Attendees rallied against gentrification for almost four hours during Saturday's Chinatown march.
06/07/23 10:44pm
In a recent visit to Philadelphia, Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted the achievements of local unions and the Biden administration's commitment to workers' rights. 
06/07/23 10:42pm
The 51st annual Philadelphia Pride March and Festival began at Washington Square in Center City and ended with festivities in the Gayborhood.
06/07/23 10:37pm
The new crisis response center will open at HUP Cedar later this summer, replacing a center that closed there in 2020. 
05/17/23 1:32pm
A likely victory in November's general election will make Parker, a 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate, Philadelphia's first female mayor. 
05/12/23 3:26am
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled the University's biggest headlines from the last four years — ranging from shifting COVID-19 policies to campus demonstrations.
05/08/23 6:45pm
Following the 892-110 vote, 1,400 housestaff members will be recognized by the Committee of Interns and Residents.
04/28/23 12:02am
In Pennsylvania, the final day to register to vote for this election is May 1, and the last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot is May 9.
04/27/23 11:32pm
The mayoral candidate was recently on Penn's campus to join a rally in support of resident advisors and graduate associates’ efforts to unionize. 
04/27/23 10:41pm
The mayoral candidate, who received her master’s degree in public administration from the Fels Institute of Government in 2016, said she views Penn as an “essential service provider in the Philadelphia area.”
04/27/23 10:40pm
The mayoral candidate, who recently attended a debate at an on-campus forum, said that Penn plays a strong and central role in Philadelphia.
04/27/23 10:39pm
Rhynhart said that she believes there are significant opportunities for the city to partner with Penn.