Articles by Nina Dilworth

11/29/23 12:56am
DPS wrote in the UpennAlert on their website that the suspect had fled from Philadelphia police officers while they were in the process of “effecting an arrest warrant."
11/10/23 12:01pm
The incident took place at approximately 5:15 p.m. on Oct. 28, and Penn Police were notified of the theft and responded at 7:28 p.m., DPS said. 
11/03/23 6:20pm
“I have heard from some that I have not been as effective as I could have been or should have been," Magill told the trustees.
11/02/23 1:28am
Monteiro conducted research in the Perelman School of Medicine’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine with the Zaret Laboratory on gene regulation.
10/23/23 12:42am
University community members gathered at the LOVE Statue to hear speeches, prayers, and songs before marching on Locust Walk to continue the event outside Penn Hillel. 
10/20/23 12:44am
Alumni described the fear of the initial attacks and the ongoing violence while critiquing Western media coverage.
09/25/23 2:09am
Irvine Auditorium's stage was filled with demonstrations of Palestinian culture — from speeches, to dance numbers, to spoken word poetry — from Sept. 22 to Sept. 24. 
09/19/23 10:51pm
On Nov. 7, registered voters will elect various state judicial candidates as well as a new mayor of Philadelphia and City Council members. 
08/31/23 9:44pm
The new property has room for 635 residents, who are offered 12-month installment leases for studio and two-bedroom apartments, ranging from $1,240 to $1,590.
08/10/23 12:46am
The city-provided program, which provides mediators for conflicts between landlords and residents, is being used to relocate the remaining townhomes residents ahead of the Aug. 15 eviction deadline.
07/27/23 1:46am
A 12-story apartment complex, which will include 350 residential units and 2,835 feet of commercial space, is set to be the first large-scale development at the 40th and Market streets intersection.
07/06/23 12:45am
The DP spoke with Landau about her motivations, goals, and optimism for the future of Philadelphia. 
05/31/23 11:43pm
Cross is the LGBT Center's second ever director, taking on the role after its first director Bob Schoenberg retired in 2017. 
04/27/23 12:33am
Students from Fossil Free Penn objected to several clauses of the interpretation, urging The Committee on Open Expression to take a more active role in protecting students’ right to protest. 
04/25/23 11:51pm
Around 40 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as some citizens of Philadelphia, attended the event at the Perelman Center for Political Science & Economics Auditorium.  
04/24/23 10:36pm
During the conference, five residents spoke to a crowd about how they are pleased with the allocation of land to affordable housing, but want more to be done.
04/16/23 11:41pm
This issue arises after Penn pledged to give the school district $10 million a year over 10 years, totaling an $100 million grant in 2020. 
02/22/23 11:52pm
Penn does not own nor has plans to purchase the UC Townhomes property, and administrators have said that it does not have any direct control over the redevelopment plans for the Townhomes property site. 
02/01/23 8:50pm
In response to a request for comment, Starbucks contested the validity of the complaint in regards to disobeying the NLRA and defended their actions at the Philadelphia locations. 
12/08/22 11:09pm
Located on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut Streets, the restaurant accompanies The Study, a hotel chain marketed towards academic visitors.
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