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Philadelphia

04/03/23 1:43pm
This year’s concert will be more of a “festival experience” with concessions, photo opportunities, and other activities.
04/02/23 10:20pm
United By Blue closed the two locations — one at 3421 Walnut Street and one at 205 Race Street — on March 30.
04/01/23 2:31pm
This is Biden's second time visiting campus as president.
03/30/23 11:44pm
Community members heard from candidates Allan Domb, 2016 Fels Institute of Government master's graduate Cherelle Parker, David Oh, Derek Green, Jeff Brown, and Maria Quiñones Sánchez. 
03/29/23 12:31am
Jason Wingard’s resignation comes after a series of recent events sparked outrage from members of the Temple community. 
03/27/23 8:37pm
Lele was inspired to start Hanimune Therapeutics when her son developed food allergies at a young age.
03/26/23 11:53pm
According to a map of possibly affected areas, the zip code encompassing Penn's campus is not affected by the advisory because it does not receive tap water from the Delaware River. 
03/26/23 7:32pm
About 350 plaintiffs who were teargassed, struck with rubber bullets, and detained by the Philadelphia Police Department in the protests following the murder of George Floyd will receive compensatory damages.
03/24/23 12:30am
The analysis — which examined 45 food trucks and 72 restaurants near campus — found that 41% of food trucks on or near campus offer Halal food.
03/23/23 11:47pm
The strike was held in lieu of “Founder’s Day” on March 22, a Starbucks event held in honor of Howard Schultz who served as the company’s CEO for many years.
03/20/23 11:36pm
Penn, Drexel, and other local institutions could contribute to a "services-based" fund to support UC Townhomes residents.
03/19/23 10:00pm
The incident happened at around 10:30 p.m. at 40th and Sansom Streets. 
03/16/23 7:22pm
Trolley modernization is just one component of the SEPTA Forward Strategic plan which seeks to create a transportation system that accommodates various types of commutes.
03/15/23 11:23pm
The building includes 25,000 square feet of retail space which developers hope to fill with a restaurant, urgent care center, and a café.
03/12/23 10:26pm
Protestors remained outside the Inn at Penn for over two hours, and students and community members spoke to the crowd about why protecting Chinatown is important to them.
02/27/23 10:39pm
People inside the building were evacuated outside, where two large pillars of rushing steam were visible coming out of windows, with one pillar on each side of the Robert Wood Johnson Pavilion entrance.
02/26/23 10:59pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to Lea School parents, the Graduate School of Education, and the School District of Philadelphia to assess the funding’s impact a year after its approval.
02/26/23 8:10pm
Penn Medicine will distribute the $5 million to three of its programs dedicated to preventing violence in Philadelphia and treating victims.
02/23/23 10:49pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Gym about her goals as a mayoral candidate.
02/23/23 8:31pm
The director will be among the city government's top four administrative positions and would work closely with the city’s mayor, managing director, and finance director.