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During the summer, Penn is home to several programs like Penn GEMS, for female high school students interested in STEM, and the Sabermetric-focused Wharton Moneyball Academy
Differential privacy allows companies like Apple to gather information from its users without linking that information back to their identities
Professor Jeffery Green's new book, "The Shadow of Unfairness: A Plebeian Theory of Liberal Democracy," argues that socioeconomic status affects one's political voice
ABC's entrepreneurial TV Show "Shark Tank" held closed auditions for Penn Students last Saturday in Huntsman Hall
Vegetarian restaurant Beefsteak is now open in Houston Hall in the space previously occupied by Einstein Bagel Bros.
A Pi Kappa Alpha freshman was suspended from the fraternity after using a derogatory term in an internal email
The First Generation Center aims to provide centralized support than student groups like PennFirst
Loretta E. Lynch, Attorney General of the United States, speaks at Penn Law Commencement on May 16.
Some of the top athletes competing at this year's Penn Relays are also hoping to make an appearance at the Olympics in Rio.
Last week, Wharton announced a new curriculum to be implemented within the next five years. Highlights include a more flexible General Education Distribution and increased emphasis on business ethics and legal studies.
With ambulances ready on standby and 25 EMTs on call, university administration is taking extra steps to ensure student health for Spring Fling.
Recent increases in students entering the workforce after graduation may be attributed to the current strong economy or the increased prevalence of OCR.
RealArts@Penn provides internship opportunities to students in any college. Because of the program's small size, it won't be expected to compete with On Campus Recruiting.
Evan McMullin has become the third Wharton graduate to run for president in 2016, joining Republican nominee Donald Trump and short-lived Democratic contender Lawrence Lessig.