News

04/25/18 8:46pm
The 2016 College graduate said she and Kurzban kissed in January 2016 at his apartment. After that night, she ended the romantic relationship, but he continued to pursue her at least twice, she said.
04/25/18 8:07pm
As part of their annual 'Celebration of Cultures' event, the UMC partnered with TableTalk Penn to set up couches outside, where anyone could sit to talk about culture and food in their lives.
04/25/18 7:40pm
The vice president of standards has historically been in charge of disciplinary action, but last year was the first that Panhel incorporated the mental health and wellness aspect to the position. 
04/25/18 7:23pm
The Penn Relays is the nation's oldest and largest track and field meet, typically attracting over 100,000 spectators and competitors to Franklin Field.
04/25/18 6:39pm
The campaign aims to raise $4.1 billion in four years, making it the most ambitious fundraising project in Penn history. 
04/25/18 5:18pm
“I cannot judge if [the perpetrator] is experienced or not, but what I can tell that he is trying his best to evade authorities,” Maureen Rush, the Vice President for Public Safety and Superintendent of the Penn Police, said. 
04/25/18 4:46pm
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted Mill bail, overturning the 2-4 year sentence he received for parole violations in November from Court Judge Grenece Brinkley. 
04/25/18 2:04pm
2006 College graduate Conor Lamb won a close special election in the mostly-Republican Pennsylvania 18th district and now is campaigning for reelection in PA’s newly defined 17th district.
04/24/18 7:57pm
Graubard said he was notified on April 17 for the first time that his research could not be published at the time. He further stated he was given no reason for the University's decision.
04/24/18 3:21pm
“We are in the process of reviewing the bill with appropriate staff," University spokesperson Stephen MacCarthy wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
04/24/18 2:54pm
The Harvard Varsity Club distributed copies of 'What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen,' to Harvard athletes, coaches, and administrators.
04/24/18 1:08pm
The Chief Wellness Officer will oversee a new department called 'Student Wellness Services' that will include Counseling and Psychological Services, the Student Health Service, and the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives.
04/24/18 1:40am
The detailed 24-page report provides evidence of performing arts groups' years-long struggle for space and a list of both short and long term recommendations for the University to consider.
04/24/18 1:30am
On April 23, the student group presented new research findings to the community that detailed research on funds and possible slave labor that went into the construction of campus.
04/23/18 11:17pm
For 3 minutes and 48 seconds, students and faculty welcome the incoming class of Penn Medicine students by singing and dancing with a life-sized gallbladder. 
04/23/18 10:22pm
With just two reading says, Penn has the lowest number of days allotted to studying for finals for the 2017-2018 academic year. Harvard has six days and Yale has four days. 
04/23/18 9:04pm
Hofstra students demanded the removal of the statue of Thomas Jefferson, the nation's third president, because he was a slaveowner.
04/23/18 9:00pm
The lawsuit, filed by four Yale employees in August 2016, states that the University's retirement plan requires employees to pay administrative fees that are excessive and unfair. 
04/22/18 11:22pm
On March 28, Penn introduced a new policy banning all sexual relations between undergraduate students and faculty members.
04/22/18 10:10pm
Daniel Sundheim, a 1999 Wharton graduate who is the former chief investment officer at the Viking Global Investors, donated $3 million to the museum.