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04/05/18 8:07pm
Philadelphia-based speakers came from different backgrounds to Penn Law, but they all encouraged non-conformity and resilience.  
04/05/18 7:48pm
On April 14, rappers CupcakKe and Sage the Gemini, Pop and R&B singer JoJo, and alt-rock band the All-American Rejects will grace the Penn Park stage one year after Tinashe and ZEDD.
04/05/18 6:21pm
Created under Gutmann’s Penn Compact 2020, the Prizes grant students up to $100,000 to implement their projects the year after graduation, as well as $50,000 for each student to stipend living expenses. 
04/05/18 5:58pm
The change that will be going into effect in May is the expansion of these pre-existing rules to apply to entities outside of the E.U.
04/05/18 2:02am
After visiting other campuses, JHU President Ron Daniels said he found that the University was 'dramatically out of step with our peers' in regards to campus security.
04/05/18 12:17am
Take Back the Night is an international event and nonprofit organization. At Penn, the movement takes the form of a rally, a march across campus and a speak-out for survivors. 
04/04/18 11:54pm
At the summit, students were divided into groups to discuss the different issues they face on campus and brainstorm possible solutions. 
04/04/18 11:13pm
Kelly Cleary will replace longtime director of the program Inge Herman, who left Penn abruptly mid-October of last year, to many students' confusion.
04/04/18 10:54pm
The contract between the PPA and the University expired on July 31, 2017 and until this point had not been renewed since representatives from the union and DPS had not been able to agree on the terms of the contract.
04/04/18 9:30pm
Chen said that while she was working for the DOJ, she found it “too ironic for words” to evaluate the ethics of the companies who spoke to her, presenting their various compliance policies.
04/04/18 8:51pm
Although students and faculty members share confidence in Park’s leadership, many expressed concerns about the future of the program especially since there are no clear plans for Park's replacement after next year. 
04/04/18 8:18pm
The Social Planning and Events Committee Fling directors rejected 23 of the 41 student groups who applied to perform, whereas last year 44 of 47 applicants performed at Fling.
04/04/18 7:19pm
Albington Senior High School announced plans to rename the school after a donation from Schwarzman, sparking outrage among the community.
04/04/18 12:34am
The Medical School found that those with head injuries have a much higher chance of recovery if taken to a designated trauma center. 
04/04/18 12:19am
Alexander prepares to retire on Aug. 31, but over the past near decade, he has led Counseling and Psychological Services through a period of growth and increased scrutiny. 
04/03/18 11:56pm
"It’s not just about the policy, it’s more about the trend and government's attitude which makes me feel much less welcome,” a student said. “I don’t want to be in a place I’m not welcome.”
04/03/18 10:06pm
The report from Penn's Office of the Ombudsman for the 2016-2017 academic year highlights a growing number of complaints relating to aggressive behavior and unfair treatment on campus. 
04/03/18 9:55pm
Two professors have been developing a course, tentatively titled “Science of Data Ethics,” that they hope to offer to undergraduate students in the spring of the 2018-2019 academic year. 
04/03/18 8:30pm
 Out of the three Greek life councils at Penn, the Panhellenic Council is the only organization that provides scholarships for members in all of its eight chapters. 
04/03/18 8:01pm
The job offering was posted in late January, and from there a certain number of candidates were selected for video interviews. The final round of video interviews will be submitted this week.