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08/09/18 9:59pm
It is currently unclear what the purpose of today’s visit was, but recent reports indicate that Kaepernick's lawsuit against the NFL has moved to a critical point.
08/05/18 11:32pm
Their chapter house on Walnut Street – sandwiched between Penn’s chapters of Pi Kappa Epison (“Pike”) and Sigma Alpha Epsilon (“S.A.E”) – will be handed over to Drexel’s chapter of Pi Lambda Phi.
08/03/18 5:16pm
 Reports that the homicide was a hate crime have been circulating since the spring, but this is the first time that formal charges are being raised. 
07/31/18 1:25pm
Dubé's position as director of all wellness initiatives across the University is the first of its kind in the Ivy League. 
07/29/18 10:28pm
Krull received a bachelor's degree in Applied Exercise Science from Springfield College before earning a master's degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Merrimack College.
07/29/18 6:56pm
According to some students, reduced library hours during the summer make it difficult for them to find study spaces. 
07/29/18 1:12pm
On May 15, Temple University senior Ari Goldstein was arrested for attempted rape, according to Philly Voice. 
07/27/18 1:59pm
The Philadelphia Police are currently investigating the string of assaults and urges anyone with information to come forward.
07/22/18 11:07pm
In an email sent to members of the Psychology department, the department chair Sharon Thompson-Schill said Kurzban denied the allegations but decided to leave for the 'best interests' of the University. 
07/22/18 7:49pm
During the anti-bias training, employees and managers watched 21 short videos about racial bias. 
07/22/18 3:39pm
After a year of graduate student campaigning, Brown’s Provost Richard M. Locke signed an agreement with pro-union group Stand Up for Graduate Student Employees on June 21 that will allow the organization to hold an election where Brown students can vote on whether they want to unionize.
07/18/18 10:43pm
The Center, currently located at 3720 Chestnut St., will be moving to the basement of St. Agatha-St. James Parish at 3728 Chestnut St. this August. 
07/08/18 9:53pm
On June 27, a Penn graduate student was allegedly mocked for his stutter by staff at a University City Starbucks. The National Stuttering Association also responded to the alleged incident, which circulated around social media.
07/08/18 6:36pm
In a wide-scale new experiment, Psychology professor Angela Duckworth and Wharton professor Katherine Milkman are looking into how Penn students can be left wondering just how they can motivate themselves to stay in shape. 
07/08/18 6:35pm
The meal features 13 courses at a price of $35, with an array of dishes including “delicate hamachi brightened with lemon and layered with cucumber and tempura crisp, flash-cured salmon loin rubbed with ginger, broiled freshwater eel atop a sushi rice hashbrown, and a piece of Wagyu beef tataki dotted with heart of palm salad maki and tender sea urchin,” according to Food and Wine.
07/03/18 10:03am
“We continue to be very troubled by the executive order, now upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, that prohibits travelers from seven countries from entering the United States, five of them majority-Muslim,” Gutmann said.
07/01/18 9:05pm
This summer, University construction projects include repairs to sidewalks, updates to building facades, and renovations of academic facilities.
07/01/18 8:58pm
On June 22, a black family went to see the 7:45 p.m. showing of "Jurassic World" at the Cinemark at the intersection of 40th and Walnut streets. After a couple hours, they were surrounded by six police officers.
06/29/18 5:07pm
Among the findings announced by the University on Thursday was that 75 of Penn's former trustees were slave owners, including Penn’s first Provost, William Smith.
06/24/18 11:14pm
The Associated Press reported that under the new policy, only one-year visas will be given to Chinese students studying fields such as robotics, aviation, or high-tech manufacturing in the United States.