Articles by Remi Lederman
Williams, 34th Street lifer, chosen to lead magazine into 2019The new Street board plans to hit the ground running with changes and improvements the moment they assume their roles in January.
Student sues Penn over alleged racial bias in investigation of sexual assault accusationThe unnamed senior, referred to as John Doe, allegedly sexually assaulted another senior, referred to in the suit as Jane Roe, on June 8.
Masala apologizes for asking applicants to name 5 hottest girls at PennFor years, freshman boys have been asked to name the five hottest girls they've seen at Penn as part of Masala auditions.
Grief and grades: Students push for clearer policy on academics, resources when a loved one diesThe five stages of grief may make sense on paper, but in practice people rarely fit this mold. Everyone’s experience with grief is unique.
PECO explains cause of recent campus power outagesPECO and Penn Facilities responded to the series of power outages in recent weeks on campus.
Harvest cited with over 20 health violations and briefly ordered to stop serving foodThe restaurant received 22 violations, eight of which were serious, including evidence of pest activity and sewage backup.
Amtrak derailment in Chester, Pa. kills twoAn Amtrak train was derailed Sunday morning, leaving 2 dead and 35 injured a mere 15 miles outside Philadelphia in Chester, PA, the Chester Fire Department told CNN.
Joke Issue: President Obama to teach a class at Penn Law after presidencyHis current battle for the Supreme Court will be the subject of his course at Penn, which will be called “Confirming Supreme Court Nominees: A Case Study.”
Penn Masti receives automatic bid to Bollywood AmericaFour years ago, Masti had never competed in a dance competition.
Is your food safe?Unlike other cities, Philly does not make health standards clear to consumers and non-governmental reviews of the data is hardly consistent.
Upstander initiative provides Holocaust education to high schoolersThe program focuses on teaching high school students to be “upstanders” rather than bystanders.
Penn graduate shatters world record with two-week video chatFor 14 days, from Oct. 22 to Nov. 5, their entire lives were on camera on a continuous live feed for the world to see.
Penn gets freaky at the museumThe exhibition pulled pieces from various pre-existing collections within the museum to create a diverse exhibit in terms of both culture and era.