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11/16/17 5:19pm
20-year-old Matthew Ellis has become the fourth fraternity pledge to die this year. 
11/15/17 10:21pm
Despite statements from administrators, student accounts, along with data from off-campus housing facilities, suggest that there isn't an increasing demand for on-campus housing. 
11/15/17 8:06pm
Multiple students have reported incidents of halal food at Kings Court English House being cooked with cooking wine, which is not permissible under the rules of halal.
11/15/17 7:26pm
“Mental health is not just an issue for black students and students of color, but there are unique ways in which it impacts them,” said Alfiee Breland-Noble, a panelist at the conference.
11/15/17 3:58pm
The University received 6,731 applications, a 9.5 percent increase from last year's record-breaking number of 6,147 applications.
11/15/17 3:27pm
Nearly a year after the group was launched in January, organizers have enlisted over 100 professionals for their mentorship program.  
11/15/17 2:37pm
Penn's on-campus market Gourmet Grocer began stocking products from the student-run company "Ninth Street Jerky" on Nov. 12. 
11/15/17 12:22am
The Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold rose to national prominence during the 2016 presidential campaign for a series of investigative articles on Trump's charitable giving. 
11/14/17 10:35pm
The ADL reported just shy of 1,300 cases of anti-Semitism from Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, exceeding the 2016 total of 779 incidents. 
11/14/17 10:26pm
According to the Division of Public Safety, the student surrendered his bag and the two suspects fled east on Walnut Street. 
11/14/17 10:07pm
“We are emphatically opposed to this tax proposal," said Graduate and Professional Student Assembly President Miles Owen. 
11/14/17 9:40pm
The university instituted an alcohol ban, ended the recruitment of any new Greek life members, and prohibited all Greek social events, including tailgate parties and chapter meetings.
11/14/17 7:36pm
Cornell University, Wesleyan University, and Brown University will similarly enroll University of Puerto Rico students tuition free for a semester. 
11/14/17 7:10pm
“There is a vacuum of information that is just not there, that the media continues to fill with misinformation,” third-year Penn Law student Akbar Hossain said. 
11/14/17 5:14pm
Amy Jordan, the associate dean for undergraduate studies at the Annenberg School for Communication and a communication professor, will serve as the chair of the education subcommittee on the board.
11/14/17 4:55pm
Participants opted to increase their anger more often when they anticipated taking part in a negotiation or competition than when they expected to  engage in a conversation or play on a team.
11/14/17 11:46am
On Oct. 28, Penn Police arrested a man affiliated to Penn at Hill College House for underage drinking and issued him a citation.  
11/14/17 12:05am
The conference sought to address gender inequality in Pennsylvania's elected offices, which recently received a grade of "F" in the Representation 2020 Gender Parity Index.
11/13/17 11:36pm
"I also realized that money was important in health care if you did it right. So I came to a campus that was truly integrated in every way," said Mehmet Oz.
11/13/17 8:50pm
"Much of our day-to-day life is influenced by smaller elections," College sophomore Nicole Brigstock said. "Showing up to vote once every four years is not going to cut it."