Administration

03/22/18 9:00pm
The panelists discussed how Penn could more effectively interact with the broader public, touching on issues such as technology and learning, economic inequality, and engagement with West Philadelphia communities. 
03/22/18 6:10pm
I CARE launched in 2014 after four students died by suicide in the 2013-2014 academic year alone.
03/22/18 5:38pm
With less than two weeks left before the retrial, Cosby's attorneys filed a memo questioning Judge Steven O'Neill's partiality in the case.
03/21/18 9:41pm
The snow began falling Tuesday, the official first day of spring, and accumulated throughout the day Wednesday into the evening.
03/21/18 8:48pm
The snow, which began falling Tuesday – the official first day of spring – accumulated throughout the day Wednesday and continued into the evening.
03/20/18 9:07pm
The email follows announcements from Drexel University and Temple University that they will close Wednesday. The City of Philadelphia announced that its offices will, jury duty, and normal operations will be suspended.
03/20/18 6:42pm
As of 8:30 p.m., Penn has not made any University-wide announcements regarding whether the University will remain open on Wednesday and whether normal operations will proceed. 
03/20/18 3:45pm
The last teach-in at Penn happened 49 years ago in 1969, and the revival of the program, entitled 'Production of Knowledge,' launched Sunday and is scheduled to last until March 22. 
03/20/18 11:46am
The flyer, stylized like The Daily Pennsylvanian's website, included stories with headlines such as 'Penn Law officially extends inclusion policy to racists.'
03/19/18 8:26pm
Parts of the city are expected to receive between 8-10 inches of snow. 
03/16/18 5:21pm
Pritchett's experience stems from his term as president of the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation and as chair of the Redevelopment Authority of Philadelphia.
03/16/18 12:03am
On Wednesday morning, director of the Wistar Institute Dario Altieri sent out an email saying he would walk out 'for personal reasons.' Over a hundred of his employees joined him. 
03/15/18 8:33pm
Although Brown, Princeton, and Yale have reclassified economics as a STEM major, which helps international students work in the U.S. longer, Penn hasn't followed in their footsteps. 
03/14/18 9:05pm
In December 2017, the group released a report which discovered that 20 of the 28 Penn trustees the group investigated held slaves and had ties to the slave trade.
03/14/18 7:57pm
The first of its kind since 1969, the teach-in will focus on "the production, dissemination, and use of knowledge." 
03/14/18 7:26pm
Camika Royal spoke for this year's Alvin P. Gutman Public Scholar Lecture, an annual Civic House event that invites a noted scholar to inspire guests to actively seek social change. 
03/14/18 1:44am
On Monday, the University notified the students affected via email that their personal information had been accessed and that an investigation was ongoing. 
03/13/18 9:55pm
This year marks Alexander's 19th year at CAPS, where he has been the director since 2009. Rose has worked at Penn's Career Services for nearly 40 years, serving as director since 1982. 
03/13/18 1:55pm
The email asked recipients to submit their 'ideas and suggestions' on how to improve Penn's policies around sexual harassment by Apr. 6, adding that comments would be kept confidential.  
03/12/18 7:44pm
NCH opened for its first freshmen residents in 2016 and is now one of the University's four-year undergraduate dorms. It was also the only four-year house that filled up so quickly.