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10/29/17 7:42pm
“It is important that the death be addressed openly and directly. After a suicide, once the basic facts are known, any attempt to delay informing students will only encourage rumors.”
10/29/17 5:48pm
A DPS administrator said students attending off-campus social events is not a concerning security issue because these venues have regulations that students must comply with. 
10/29/17 5:27pm
“I tend to think that there’s some value in leaders accepting their own vulnerability. That’s how you form a connection to other people, and maybe that’s how you offer support.”
10/29/17 4:00pm
On Oct. 16, a woman reported that she was near 34th and Spruce Streets when a person exposed himself to her.
10/28/17 10:46pm
Higher education experts, Penn student groups and former students of teaching assistant  Stephanie Mckellop weigh in on the controversy surrounding some of her tweets. 
10/28/17 3:55pm
The issue for this semester is focused on monsters, so articles will examine different types of insects, Komodo dragons and Greek mythology. 
10/28/17 3:21pm
The forum was held at the Civic House on Oct. 25 amid other initiatives to talk about mental health at Penn, including a University-wide survey and "campus conversation."
10/28/17 12:23am
Judy Weng realized during her research that open source coding could hold the key to achieving greater diversity in computer science.
10/28/17 12:21am
 "Administrators do care about these rankings," said English professor Nancy Bentley, who signed the petition calling on the USNWR to alter its ranking criteria. 
10/27/17 11:43pm
With access to open data, three Penn master's students were able to accurately predict 72.9 percent of the flooding in the Calgary area. 
10/27/17 10:18pm
Penn Wellness said the group has been able to fund four times the number of initiatives compared to previous years because of greater awareness of the funding available. 
10/27/17 10:03pm
The museum’s three-phase renovation, which will be completed in 2021, aims to modernize its presentation of artifacts to better engage visitors and draw the greater community of Philadelphia. 
10/27/17 5:11pm
Penn's Division of Public Safety has opened an investigation into the matter, but as of Oct. 25., they had not found the perpetrator. 
10/27/17 2:47pm
Conservative House members objected to Penn Vet's funding, saying they did not want to allocate money towards a school that identifies as a "sanctuary campus."
10/26/17 12:48am
The company has promised more than $5 billion in investments and 50,000 jobs for the city that wins the bid for its second headquarters. 
10/25/17 11:38pm
“Penn is just really demanding,” College freshman Jamie Albrecht said. “Being un-medicated when you have [a mental health issue] here is just really difficult.”
10/25/17 11:33pm
“Part of yoga is really a practice of yourself. It’s a way to empower individuals to see what works for them.”  
10/25/17 10:50pm
Seth Williams, who resigned from his post in June after pleading guilty to charges of bribery, extortion and fraud, was given the maximum prison sentence.
10/25/17 9:52pm
At the protest, students wore diapers, suspenders and pacifiers while sitting surrounded by toys behind a plastic fence. 
10/25/17 9:28pm
Louie-Louie will be open seven days a week and will have a maximum capacity of 200 people seated indoors and outdoors. Students can also expect a large bar area.