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11/03/23 7:13pm
Attendees gathered at the Split Button at 1 p.m. to hear speeches from Penn students and professors before marching on Locust Walk to continue the event outside Penn Hillel.
10/08/23 11:59pm
Last week, organizers entered College Hall and delivered a letter with nearly 500 signatures directed to President Liz Magill and Provost John Jackson.
10/04/23 3:32pm
The letter, addressed to President Liz Magill and Provost John Jackson, said that GET-UP intends to file a petition with the NLRB if the University does not voluntarily recognize the union by Oct. 6.
09/27/23 11:11pm
The Black Bottom — where University City now sits — was a predominantly Black community that the city designated as a redevelopment zone between the 1950s and 1970s to create room for university-affiliated commercial and residential buildings. 
07/20/23 3:45am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with students about their thoughts on the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding the right to refuse service to same-sex couples. 
04/26/23 10:57pm
The group announced on April 24 that over 1,900 Penn doctoral, master's, and undergraduate student workers have signed authorization cards to form a union.
04/19/23 12:32pm
Residents of the property expressed disappointment in the result — continuing to demand a "Right to Return" and more agency in the planning and development of affordable housing in West Philadelphia.
04/14/23 5:46am
West — who has identified as disabled from a very young age — is a disability and LGBTQ advocate with 4.3 million followers on TikTok.
03/29/23 11:03pm
The filmmaker, Jennifer Fox, alleges that she was sexually abused by Ted Nash — who died in 2021— when she was 13 years old. 
03/20/23 12:21am
The union is part of the AFSCME District Council 47, which represents various institutions and workers in Philadelphia, including the Free Library of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Zoo.
03/16/23 11:32pm
In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, University spokesperson Ron Ozio refuted part of the letter's claims. 
02/14/23 10:00pm
Friends at Clark Park has been working on the master plan for 18 months and is now halfway through the community engagement phase.
01/30/23 9:23pm
Residents on every floor of Kings Court — one of the two buildings in the first-year college house — told The Daily Pennsylvanian that they have seen more mice in their rooms and in the hallways.
01/16/23 9:16pm
Construction of the redeveloped property, which will cost around $35 million, is expected to begin early this year and conclude by fall 2024.
11/30/22 10:43pm
The Department of Education suspended federal student loan payments at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide borrowers with more leeway during the difficult financial period.
11/29/22 12:19am
The book — titled "The Customer-Base Audit: The First Step on the Journey to Customer Centricity" and co-authored by Michael Ross, the chief retail scientist at EDITED, and Bruce Hardie, a professor of marketing at London Business School — was published in early November by the Wharton School Press. 
11/16/22 12:11am
These new partnerships have been added over the past two years, some immediately before and several during the COVID-19 pandemic.
10/20/22 12:23am
The event, “Avogeddon,” is taking place in FDR Park in South Philadelphia at the corner of S. 20th Street and Pattison Avenue.
10/18/22 11:12pm
The talk is part of Annenberg School for Communication lecturer Murali Balaji’s SNF Paideia course, “Media Industries and Nationalism.”
09/28/22 12:08pm
Over 150 members of the Local 397 union — which represents the PMA workers — formed a picket line at the museum’s entrance on Monday.
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