The University netted $517.20 million in funds, according to an annual survey conducted by the Council for Aid to Education.
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Without mentioning Trump specifically, Gutmann criticized his proposal to ban Muslims from the U.S.
Kyle Wilshusen's death was pronounced on Dec. 31 and ruled a suicide.
Around 11:30 p.m., suspect Edward Archer, 30, fired a semiautomatic pistol into Officer Jesse Hartnett’s police car near 60th and Spruce streets.
Nearly $3 million in assets and retirement benefits will go to Rafael Robb's daughter, Olivia, a municipal court judge ruled on Thursday.
Kenneth Kapikian, 58, must pay restitution for over $3 million he stole from Penn over seven years.
Nutter called Trump's comments 'vile' and 'ignorant'
While most Penn students were rushing to a class or yawningly getting out of bed, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina was speaking in Irvine Auditorium.
Penn continues to not comment on whether it will revoke disgraced entertainer Bill Cosby's honorary degree.
It’s Saturday: 5:20 p.m. There are three hours until a party of 60 Penn students is set to arrive at Iztaccihuatl, and John Lewis, the one-man show behind the popular BYO restaurant in South Philadelphia, is giving me an earful.
In Philadelphia, gun threats shocked campuses in Center City and Germantown later in the week, following the Oct. 1 Oregon shooting.
Community College of Philadelphia went on lockdown this morning after reports of a gunman.
It felt like a cross between a carnival, concert and the end of a post-apocalyptic movie.
Pope Francis capped his first day in Philadelphia amid an adoring crowd on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, music from multi-Grammy Award winning artists and hardly any logistical problems.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Center City this morning, as Pope Francis celebrated mass for a packed congregation.
One of Phi Gamma Delta's off-campus houses had a fire late Thursday night.
More than 25 percent of Penn’s undergrads have gone Greek, but transgender students are few among them.
It’s not Homecoming or Spring Fling, but Penn students will be out in droves for Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia.
No one was more shocked at finding their name among the 32 million Ashley Madison subscribers than one Penn professor.
After a two-year battle with the Penn administration and national fraternity, Penn’s chapter of Pi Kappa Phi had its charter revoked over the summer.