It’s a weekend in New England for the Penn Quakers as they continue with Ivy League play by paying visits to Harvard and Dartmouth.
Doctors who discovered the disease say it’s like your brain is on fire. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says it all starts with personality changes.
Two cases at the center of the battle over same-sex marriage are headed for the Supreme Court, and a local expert is sharing his thoughts.
The crowd of about 60 young people sipped coffee and munched on bagels before getting down to the task of creating the iconic red looped HIV/AIDS ribbons, held together by a button reading “Not Over.”
Israel and the Palestinians aren’t just fighting on the ground but the notorious staunch enemies have both taken to Twitter to present their sides of the conflict.
Penn readies for an Ivy League battle with rival Harvard.
The exhibit is called “In the Artifact Lab: Conserving Egyptian Mummies.”
The cleanup took two days, but the vacant lot at 34th and Clearfield has become the city’s newest green space.
Slather on the sunscreen, pack a picnic and get ready for three days of live music: WXPN’s XPoNential Music Festival returns for its 19th year, featuring more than 30 artists on four stages just across the Delaware.
New information from the U.S. Census indicates that the number of whites increased slightly in Philadelphia, while the number of blacks went down slightly.
Wharton grads are behind a startup company that creates made-to-measure menswear for a dressed-down price.
First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden Announce ‘Joining Forces’ Initiative At University Of Pennsylvania
First Lady Michelle Obama visited Penn, today, to announce a new initiative in the nation’s nursing schools. The program is aimed at helping veterans and their families.
Does your cat have a mind of its own?
University of Pennsylvania Law School officially opened Golkin Hall, its new $34 million state-of-the-art facility, and got a visit from a US Supreme Court Justice to mark the occasion.
Only two city teams are still playing basketball. Of course, Drexel has made a deep run into the NIT, but those Penn Quakers are also still alive and they will host Butler tonight in the second round of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).