Thousands of women, men and children gathered for the 2nd annual Women’s March on Philadelphia on Saturday morning at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. March attendees met at Logan Square prior to making their way up the Parkway starting around 11 a.m.

Attendees marched from Logan Square to Eakins Oval, chanting and singing along to music. Eakins Oval, which resides right in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, was the spot where the second part of the event was held — a rally. Rally speakers included march organizer and founder Emily Cooper Morse, march organizer Salima Suswell and Nedia Ralston, Governor Tom Wolf’s deputy chief of staff. Suzann Christine kicked off the rally with a performance of Andra Day’s “Rise Up.”

Thousands gather for second Women’s March on Philadelphia

‘Bomb cyclone’ falls on Main Campus

Due to the snow storm on Thursday morning, Main Campus was closed and kept students in off-campus apartments inside for the day.

Annual rock sale held on campus

The College of Science and Technology's earth and environmental science department held its annual rock sale on campus this week.

Headhouse District organizes fall pumpkin celebration

Philadelphians gathered at The Headhouse Shambles at 2nd and Lombard streets on Saturday to celebrate Halloween with food, candy and a variety of arts and crafts activities at the Fall Pumpkin Fest.