Graubard said he was notified on April 17 for the first time that his research could not be published at the time. He further stated he was given no reason for the University's decision.
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On April 23, the student group presented new research findings to the community that detailed research on funds and possible slave labor that went into the construction of campus.
'That [announcement] was something very out of the blue and seeing that was something I built my weekend around was kind of a big let down,' a student from Georgia Tech said.
Take Back the Night is an international event and nonprofit organization. At Penn, the movement takes the form of a rally, a march across campus and a speak-out for survivors.
The report from Penn's Office of the Ombudsman for the 2016-2017 academic year highlights a growing number of complaints relating to aggressive behavior and unfair treatment on campus.
The week kicked-off Monday night with a Quizzo-style event called 'Remember the Ladies.' The events, from discussions to movie screenings, all try to focus on intersectional issues.
Students are celebrating LGBTQ identity through an art exhibit, moving screenings, and talks on identity at this year's QPenn. The theme for the week is "Lineage" – in honor of LGBTQ history.
Penn students hosted the 36th annnual week-long celebration for the Latinx community, which included a minority faculty dinner, Latinx jeopardy, club mixers, and three speakers.
Over 100 single-stall bathrooms in academic buildings meet the criteria set by LGBT Center Director Erin Cross to become gender-neutral bathrooms, Facilities and Real Estate Services and Cross determined last year.
Tuition will increase from $47,416 to $49,220, room and board from $15,066 to $15,616, and fees from $6,118 to $6,364, according to the resolution posed at Board of Trustee meeting today.
In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, Pritchett, the group's chair, wrote that its purpose is to better "our understanding of Penn's connection to slavery and the implications of these findings."
From a former refugee and a 75-year-old lifetime Eagles fan to a Penn graduate with his family of six, here are the stories of the people at the historic Super Bowl celebration this Thursday.
Jackson will assume the role of Annenberg's dean on Jan. 1, 2019 and will continue in his present position as Dean of Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice until then.
1996 Wharton graduate Seema Hingorani founded the organization, which provides exposure to investment management to girls in high school and college, in April 2015.
The proposed plan would increase border security, would end the current diversity visa lottery system, and would create a pathway to citizenship for those eligible for DACA.
"In lieu of flowers, contributions in Yoonmee Chang’s memory may be made to the Asian American Studies Program of the University of Pennsylvania," ASAM posted.
The protected status for Salvadorans will officially end Sept. 9, 2019.
The Penn Slavery Project discovered that out of Penn's 28 founding trustees who were investigated, 20 of them held slaves and had financial ties to the slave trade.
A federal judge issued the injunction blocking the Trump administration from rescinding DACA and said safeguards against deportation must remain in place.
For the first time, the Latinx Coalition is being led entirely by women. Students from APSC congratulated the new LC board with the hashtag "AllWomxnBoard."