In her first public talk since defending "bourgeois values" in a controversial op-ed, Amy Wax dismissed slavery as an issue that would not be "worthy of discussion."
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“The expectation is that undergrads generally do not stay around in the summertime,” Faculty Director of College Houses and Academic Services Dennis DeTurck said.
In a survey taken in 2015, 42.4 percent of female Penn graduate students who responded said they have been victims of sexual harassment.
Persian literature professor Fatemeh Shams has been separated seemingly indefinitely from her Iranian parents, both of whom are poor in health.
Undergrad and grad students join forces to call for pro bono legal representation for DACA recipients
“I think the ask is pretty simple – for the University to make a legal fund and also to tell the students publicly that we stand behind you."
"The Locus Initiative" offers students networking opportunities to encourage them to pledge a percentage of their time and salary to charities.
A series of strong earthquakes has killed over 300 people in Central Mexico, while a hurricane in Puerto Rico has left millions without power or cell service, potentially for months.
The Wistar Institute is the independent biomedical research institute located across the Quad.
Some Penn professors said they aren't concerned because many graduate programs at Penn have a strong reputation.
“She is a brilliant human being. I am honored to know her. When I think about someone who has truly changed my life, I think of her.”
The program has various interesting events but struggles to get more graduate students involved.
A Penn student beat 400-600 candidates to win one of the largest professional stock pitching competitions in the U.S.
Rising College and Wharton senior Dylan Adelman will present his idea at the 2017 Sohn Conference along with other top investors such as hedge fund manager David Einhorn.
Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant talked overcoming hardship and climbing the corporate ladder to a sold-out auditorium
Sandberg, who is the chief operating officer of Facebook spoke with Grant on Wednesday evening about their new book, "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" at a talk hosted by the Authors@Wharton speaker series.
At a panel with other Phila. university presidents, Gutmann talked globalization and 'being left out of the American Dream'
It was the first time all these presidents came together in a public forum to discuss what the schools could do for Philadelphia, given that only 27.4 percent of the city's residents have a bachelor's degree and only 64 percent of graduates of Philadelphia-area universities stay in the city.
The Penn team took home a $350,000 cash prize.
After the marches and protests, students sat down to talk about the immigration ban at a TableTalk event
The discussion instructions asked students to, "[r]emind your groups that this is a safe space and a shared space."
When College junior and sociology major Tiffany Yau realized that she does not know many other people in her major, she decided to fix the problem herself.
Sometimes, he’s an aspiring poet, hoping to share his work with a literary magazine one day. Other times, he’s an ordinary college student, hanging out with family and friends.
In the past, donations went to food banks; however, Wednesday was the first time Penn students could donate swipes to students in need.
PennDesign welcomed architects from all over the world Friday to address the issues related to urban housing.