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An end in sight for SAC moratorium

Under the Student Activities Councils' plan, the moratorium may partially lift after their first General Body Meeting of the fall semester, which typically falls in October.
18 hours ago

Woman sues Penn, driver over 38th and Spruce crash

The driver of a car involved in an accident at 38th and Spruce streets that injured three Penn students is suing the University and another driver for negligence.
8 hours ago

Democratic state rep hopeful talks education, equality

Algernong Allen is running for state representative in Pennsylvania’s 188th District, which includes University City, West and Southwest Philadelphia.
20 hours ago

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Porter, outgoing GSE dean, renewed focus on research

Andrew Porter, the outgoing dean of the Graduate School of Education, will leave behind a legacy of increased emphasis on research and innovation. 04/22/14 12:19pm

Alice Xie talks about the interaction between the Chinese economy and legal system

The College senior and Politcal Science major presented her research findings Thursday night in Stiteler Hall.
19 hours ago

'Tiger Mom' talks about what drives some cultural groups to the top

Amy Chua and her husband, Yale Law professor Jed Rubenfeld, introduced their "triple package" theory, which states that certain cultural groups posses elements of superiority, insecurity, and the ability to delay gratitude, which allow them to outperform their peers.
8 hours ago

Faces of 2018 | Politics are in incoming freshman Amatullah Njoya's DNA

Faces of 2018: Her parents are politicians in her native Cameroon.
8 hours ago