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09/14/17 9:00am
Last year, Penn’s chapter of Colleges Against Cancer and the Penn Society for International Development were denied funding for charity events. 
09/11/17 9:00am
A lawyer said Penn's policies surrounding maternity leave may not seem fair, but are definitely legal. 
09/13/17 7:56pm
"A lot of universities put a lot of time and effort into freshmen, onboarding them, getting them acclimated to campus. Juniors and seniors have a lot of attention … sophomores are kind of the class that’s left behind."
09/13/17 7:52pm
“I think having to balance Penn with anything is hard, but having to balance it with being black is another level of stress on its own." 
09/13/17 7:49pm
"This is an issue that cannot be ignored. We want other campuses and places in general to learn from out example. We cannot remain silent in times like this."
09/13/17 7:05pm
GSE Professor Annie McKee writes that workplace happiness is a "human right." 
09/13/17 5:12pm
Brett Cooper, who was slated to graduate in 2018, died in his off-campus residence, the University announced in an email. 
09/12/17 9:00pm
"People could just freely talk to whoever they wanted to, dance on whoever or dance to whatever song however they wanted to.”
09/12/17 6:14pm
On Aug. 31, the same top three University officials emailed about Hurricane Harvey, including many same resources and details.
09/12/17 1:26pm
In the 2017 ranking, Penn tied with Duke University for the eighth spot, but Duke dropped to No. 9 this year.
09/12/17 11:50am
“I know she’ll do an amazing job," said outgoing director Bob Schoenberg. “She has been the backbone of the operation."
09/12/17 10:00am
The University of California is the first University contesting Trump's ruling on DACA through a lawsuit. 
09/12/17 10:00am
College senior Andrea Klein said these fall events are an informal way to let students learn more about Greek life in a "low-pressure setting."
09/11/17 3:46pm
Last year, SAC awarded 49 percent of all requests for contingency funding. 
09/11/17 3:42pm
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Harvard announced last week that the club had finished its transformation into Aleph, a gender-neutral club.
09/11/17 3:00pm
"The whole purpose of a leave of absence is to put students on a path to success," said Executive Director for Education and Academic Planning Rob Nelson. 
09/11/17 2:00pm
“We’re here forever as long as we’re concerned," said Fresh Grocer store manager Dawn Goldstein.
09/10/17 10:11pm
Winning projects included Sorty McSortface, a recycling and trash bin which automatically sorts waste and Todd: the inter-dimensional robot.
09/10/17 8:51pm
A lawyer says this mistake might have violated a federal law that protects the confidentiality of student records in all federally funded schools.
09/10/17 6:03pm
On the site, fraternities and sororities are given a number grade that classify it as an “upper,” “middle” or “lower tier” organization.