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02/11/18 7:52pm
A Faculty Inclusion Report reported that in 2016 women made up 18.6 percent of the Engineering faculty, but current data indicates it has dropped to 16.7 percent.
02/11/18 6:52pm
At the beginning of this month, Penn announced it would revoke the honorary degree granted to Bill Cosby, who has been accused by over 50 women of sexual misconduct.
02/11/18 6:23pm
Penn's Climate Action Plan 2.0 was enacted in 2009 to promote green living on Penn’s campus with an emphasis on climate conservation.
02/11/18 5:05pm
He will replace the university’s first woman president, Drew Gilpin Faust, who will be stepping down after 11 years, effective July 1, 2018.
02/11/18 4:47pm
“Blaze wouldn’t want us to stop because of him. He was very thoughtful,” Penn Appétit Culinary Director and College sophomore Jennifer Higa said.
02/11/18 3:44pm
In addition to the logistical changes, the food hall will boast new offerings, including a cafe, a pizza station, and a Mongolian grill — named Ivy Leaf, Pi, and Locust Wok, respectively.
02/10/18 8:56pm
While the city has yet to release official data on the crowd size, estimates suggest at least 3 million people braved the wind chills to catch a glimpse of the winning team. 
02/10/18 8:41pm
Wilson was the first woman ever to translate the entirety of Homer's "Odyssey" into English, and she received widespread acclaim for the contemporary translation.
02/09/18 6:36pm
Andrea Mitchell has a decades-long career in political journalism and in 2017 received the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Women’s Media Foundation.
02/09/18 5:16pm
On Jan. 30,  the concrete sign of Wynn Commons was vandalized with black paint. This comes after reports of former trustee Steve Wynn engaging in a pattern of sexual misconduct.
02/09/18 4:56pm
The celebration marked the official opening of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, but the center's "soft opening" took place in March 2017.
02/09/18 1:13pm
The club aims to help and train students to build a dog-raising community for the non-profit organization Canine Companion Independence.
02/08/18 9:21pm
Every year, the day long programming gives students a glimpse of the life they will experience on Penn’s campus in a few short months.
02/08/18 9:15pm
Amid the sea of green that spread across City Center this Thursday, some attendees designed and brought some signs that stood out from the crowd. 
02/08/18 9:13pm
Stores on campus from Wawa to Dunkin Donuts saw a dramatic surge of customers before and after the parade. 
02/08/18 8:46pm
“My biggest concern right now is the impact on the drop deadline because we really like to get an exam back to students so they can see it and get a score before that,” Math professor Henry Towsner said.
02/08/18 8:25pm
The study found that the group with a higher weight bias internalization were three times more likely to have metabolic issues and a six-fold increase in high triglycerides.
02/08/18 8:05pm
According to Tech Times, Penn researchers anticipate vast applications for this recent discovery including treatment for patients who suffer from traumatic brain injuries or Alzheimer’s disease, among other ailments.
02/08/18 7:51pm
From a former refugee and a 75-year-old lifetime Eagles fan to a Penn graduate with his family of six, here are the stories of the people at the historic Super Bowl celebration this Thursday. 
02/08/18 1:58pm
PAGE Programming Chair Tanya Jain said PAGE decided to host the discussion in light of the recent rush process and campus discussion around it.