Krasner, who has no prior experience as a prosecutor, beat Republican Beth Grossman, a former Democrat and assistant district attorney.
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This event is the first of its kind that students have seen. It comes after four Penn students have died in the span of two months.
More than two years after the suicide of former College junior Timothy Hamlett, his mother is suing Penn and his former track and field coach.
Penn alumni returning to campus for a class reunion call on Penn to take a stronger stand against Trump
More than a dozen attendees of the 1967 class reunion and graduation ceremony will wear buttons calling upon Penn to “Denounce Trump."
“The Ethnic Studies field in History and Literature emphasizes histories of racial formations within and beyond the United States,” the department’s website states. Students entering this field will be required to take eight courses concentrating on ethnic studies.
Local residents said they were worried that the closure could threaten the accessibility of groceries. One remarked, "It it's not broke, don't fix it."
As of Fall 2016, Penn reported that 32.7 percent of the university faculty were female, 23.6 percent were minority and 7.9 percent were URM. These percentages represent a slow, but steady increase in hiring across these groups.
While the Penn Women’s Center currently provides free eco-friendly tampons, pads and liners, and Student Health Service also provides free menstrual products to students at the SHS offices, free access to these products are not available in on-campus bathrooms.
Nearly 200 faculty members at Penn have signed a recent petition denouncing President Trump’s budget proposal, specifically the proposed plan to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
President Amy Gutmann, Provost Vincent Price, Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli and Executive Vice President and Penn Med Dean Larry Jameson co-authored the statement.
Recent research from Penn and the University of York found that drowsy teenagers are 4.5 times more likely to commit crimes before turning 29.
Hikes, who completed her masters in social work at Penn in 2008, co-founded Stimulus Productions, a 'digital magazine' aiming to create a "more radical and intentional nightlife space" for the women of Philadelphia.
Lori Alf, the Penn Medicine ambassador scheduled to speak with former Vice President Joe Biden at a Feb. 23 event, will no longer be on the panel after a lawsuit accusing her of racist behavior was reported this week.
Loretta “Lori” Alf, a former Penn Medicine patient and ambassador, will speak alongside Biden and Penn President Amy Gutmann at the forum, “A Formidable Foe: Cancer in the 21st Century."
Filed in conjunction with 16 other colleges and universities, the legal document argues that Trump's executive travel ban threatens the schools' "ability to welcome international students, faculty, and scholars into their communities."
Referencing a recent update to the Penn mail server, which does not appear to be real, recipients are instructed "to end their old mail session and also login to begin a new session on the upgraded server to keep enjoying all the features of your email account."
According to the grant's website, "The Privilege Grant was founded based on the idea that white males deserve as much assistance in achieving college education as minorities do."
The junior senator of New Jersey and former mayor of Newark has recently emerged as one of the most vocal adversaries of the Trump administration.
Earlier today, the Chipotle at 39th and Walnut Streets was shut down for health code violations. According to a notice posted by the Department of Health, the store was ordered to cease operations at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
State funding represented less than one percent of the University’s overall budget in 2017, but the consequences would fall disproportionately on some schools rather than others. For instance, losing state funding could badly hurt Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine.