Articles by Chris Doyle

08/13/19 12:48am
Universities, philanthropists, rowing clubs, and city and state government collectively committed $4.5 million to dredge the Schuylkill River of silt and debris for the first time in over twenty years. 
02/10/19 9:54pm
Rev. Steven Marinucci worked at St. Agatha-St. James Church, located on Penn's campus, from 2001 to 2010.
01/23/19 1:58am
Loftus plans to submit nominations for other properties and entire blocks of some West Philadelphia streets.
01/18/19 1:41am
Activists and housing developers brought up Penn as a possible collaborator in the future.
11/28/18 2:34am
West Philadelphia's Christ Memorial Reformed Episcopal Church on 43rd and Chestnut was sold to a New York-based company for more than $10 million in early June.
11/15/18 8:00am
The conversation was part of a day-long Perry World House event, where officials from cities across the nation gathered to discuss changing local and national immigration policies. 
11/09/18 7:41pm
In a unanimous vote on Nov. 9, the Philadelphia Historical Commission officially designated the over 150-year-old African American burial ground under a Penn parking lot a Historic Place.
10/28/18 9:27pm
Following a meeting between the city and seven Philadelphia universities, the Schuylkill Navy has made progress towards funding the much needed Schuylkill dredge.
10/17/18 10:03pm
The Writing Center is moving from its home of 15 years at 3808 Walnut St. to the first and fourth floors of the McNeil Building on 3718 Locust Walk.
10/10/18 11:01pm
The largest and most prominent off-campus landlord is Campus Apartments, which was founded in 1958 to serve Penn students. 
09/20/18 9:20pm
Police officers raised the issue of disparate police practices when concerning law enforcement of drug use in West Philadelphia and on college campuses such as Penn's.
09/19/18 8:23pm
It has been nearly two decades since the Schuylkill was last dredged. Crew teams across Philadelphia, including those at Penn, may soon be forced off the river as a result of this. 
09/12/18 9:58pm
2014 Penn GSE graduate George Logan Blyler's proposal for the charter school was initially rejected by the now-disbanded Philadelphia School Reform Commission. 
09/12/18 9:00pm
According to the city’s property list, the market value for 3800-02 Chestnut has increased in the last six years by nearly 375 percent.
07/22/18 7:49pm
During the anti-bias training, employees and managers watched 21 short videos about racial bias. 
07/08/18 6:36pm
In a wide-scale new experiment, Psychology professor Angela Duckworth and Wharton professor Katherine Milkman are looking into how Penn students can be left wondering just how they can motivate themselves to stay in shape. 
06/10/18 8:01pm
The new program features three tour guides from Iraq and one from Syria, each of whom leads visitors through the museum’s new Middle East Gallery.
05/27/18 11:07am
A recent Crunchbase News analysis looked at the university affliations of the CEOs of startups that have raised at least a million dollars in the past year. 
11/01/17 8:07pm
Penn's most recently renovated dorms, Hill and New College House, make use of similar HVAC and hot water systems as other much older residential buildings across campus. 
10/22/17 9:25pm
Hill resident and College freshman Mehr Mehta said she paid for express shipping for a package that only arrived two days after it was supposed to.
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