As a Pappas Fellow in the spring of 1989, Julian Bond taught courses in the History of the Civil Rights Movement at Penn.
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Fattah, a 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate, was accused of diverting campaign funds, federal grants and charitable contributions to bankroll his failed 2007 mayoral campaign and his son’s tuition at Drexel University, among other schemes.
In an article, "Dorms You'll Never See on the Campus Tour," the Times interviewed students from Hill and described the infamous dorm as a "brick fortress" with "small and narrow" rooms.
Drexel and Temple send safety alerts to at least some students during the summer months, including to those away from campus. Penn does not.
Donald Trump’s rapid advancement in national polls has pundits and voters wondering whether the business magnate’s campaign for president can galvanize Republican voters, or whether his short-term burst of popularity will fade.In a USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll released on Tuesday, Trump, 69, led the crowded pack of Republican candidates for president with support from 17 percent of those surveyed.
Around 1:37 a.m. on Saturday, two men were shot. They are in critical condition at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center as of Saturday afternoon.
2014 College graduate Anastasia Lyalenko, who died two weeks ago, compared her undergraduate experience to a footrace.
Donald Trump, a 1968 Wharton graduate, referred to Mexican immigrants as "rapists" and saying he planned to build a wall between the United States and Mexico — on Mexico's dime.
1996 College graduate Alan Sepinwall definitely watches more TV than you. As a TV critic for HitFix.com, he watches dozens of shows each week “at a minimum.” This former 34th Street managing editor spoke with the Daily Pennsylvanian on Tuesday about that shocking Game of Thrones season finale, the growth of weekly TV recaps and shows he really doesn’t like.Weekly episode recaps — which Sepinwall helped popularize — were not always the preferred format of TV recaps.“It started online,” Sepinwall said.He began blogging about TV while at Penn, sometimes surreptitiously completing recaps of his favorite show, NYPD Blue, during an all-night editing session at the Daily Pennsylvanian office.“I had kind of fallen for NYPD Blue in my sophomore year,” he said.Once Penn students were first given emails, he began meeting other NYPD Blue fans online, encouraging him to eventually set up his own blog. At The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J.
Trump, 69, said he was "officially running" this time during a nearly 45-minute speech at Trump Tower in New York City.
Hillegass, a senior at St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H., was detained last month by local police for allegedly burning his girlfriend’s leg with a hot lamp after a school dance in January.
Gupta, a first-year analyst at Goldman Sachs, was found in a parking lot next to his apartment building in San Francisco, Calif.
2015 Law School graduate David Cooper, 24, died on Friday morning.
Penn political groups offer forums for a range of partisan and nonpartisan discussions.
With 98 percent of the vote counted late Tuesday night, Kenney led state Sen. Anthony H. Williams by a comfortable margin, with four other candidates trailing close behind.
Some Penn alums choose to enter the priesthood instead of pursuing more lucrative professions.
A “strong-arm” robbery prompted a UPenn Alert on Thursday afternoon.
Engineering junior Josh Pearlstein was seated in the third car of Northeast Regional Train No. 188, which was traveling from Washington, D.C. to New York before it went off the tracks.
With only a few weeks until the May 19 mayoral primary, Penn political groups have started coalescing around specific candidates.
The Social Planning and Events Committee announced the cancelation following the escalation of riots in Baltimore.