Articles by Remi Lederman

01/16/19 8:00am
The new Street board plans to hit the ground running with changes and improvements the moment they assume their roles in January. 
09/27/16 2:35am
The unnamed senior, referred to as John Doe, allegedly sexually assaulted another senior, referred to in the suit as Jane Roe, on June 8.
09/13/16 12:32am
For years, freshman boys have been asked to name the five hottest girls they've seen at Penn as part of Masala auditions.
04/27/16 2:37am
The five stages of grief may make sense on paper, but in practice people rarely fit this mold. Everyone’s experience with grief is unique.
04/18/16 1:52am
PECO and Penn Facilities responded to the series of power outages in recent weeks on campus.
04/04/16 1:11am
The restaurant received 22 violations, eight of which were serious, including evidence of pest activity and sewage backup.
04/04/16 1:10am
An 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.
03/29/16 2:16am
His 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.”
02/08/16 11:56pm
Four years ago, Masti had never competed in a dance competition.
01/20/16 1:41am
Unlike other cities, Philly does not make health standards clear to consumers and non-governmental reviews of the data is hardly consistent.
12/03/15 2:46am
The program focuses on teaching high school students to be “upstanders” rather than bystanders. 
11/09/15 10:55pm
For 14 days, from Oct. 22 to Nov. 5, their entire lives were on camera on a continuous live feed for the world to see. 
10/21/15 10:56pm
The exhibition pulled pieces from various pre-existing collections within the museum to create a diverse exhibit in terms of both culture and era.
10/06/15 11:26pm
Acorns is a new app that is free to college students and aims to make the stock market less daunting to millennials who have little to no investment experience.
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