It's been yet another strong year for Penn Athletics to date.Decades-long title droughts have been broken; equally lengthy individual records have fallen. But here's DP Sports' breakdown of the best of the best in all facets of Penn sports.
On March 28, Penn introduced a new policy banning all sexual relations between undergraduate students and faculty members.
Daniel Sundheim, a 1999 Wharton graduate who is the former chief investment officer at the Viking Global Investors, donated $3 million to the museum.
April 12: An 18-year old woman was issued a citation for underage drinking on the 200 block of 41st St., around 11:45 p.m.
One of the only groups to see a significant increase in funding was the Social Planning and Events Committee, allocated $1 million, marking a $70,000 increase from this past year.
The Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board began the program in 2015 and grants up to $300 per project for students to explore their interests throughout the course of the semester.
This comes amid a year-long student campaign which also put forth the proposal to instate an online bias reporting form, which administrators say should launch by the end of April.
This year’s Time list of 100 most influential figures also included 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump and 1997 Wharton and College graduate Elon Musk.
Penn Vet professor James Serpell's research suggests a correlation between dogs' aggression and how they are treated by owners.
The movement, sponsored by the Penn Women in Computer Science student organization, aims to “putting a face to these statistics."
As the University investigates which individuals were involved in the pledge video, the chapter will face legal and disciplinary action by the Syracuse Department of Public Safety.
The yearlong study analyzed online searches related to facial hair and 'facial hair enthusiasm from the women of Philadelphia,' Philly Magazine reported.
She joins individuals like South Korean President Moon Jae-in, CEO of Apple Tim Cook, and the student leaders of the March for Our Lives movement on the list.
"We’re not viewing this as a partisan issue," Co-organizer and College freshman Simran Chand said. "It’s a human issue. People are dying on the streets. It’s not about who’s in office."
Earlier this month, 'Creed' star Michael B. Jordan and his co-stars, Sylvester Stallone, and Tessa Thompson were spotted in various locations across Philadelphia.
Referring to Penn as 'Trump University,' the conservative speaker said one reason to vote for Trump was because 'it makes Democrats cry, and their salty, delicious, leftist tears give [him] joy.'
After returning triumphant from the Intercollegiate Championship Tournament in Chicago, Penn's Quiz Bowl team is gearing up for another national tournament at MIT.
Thousands of Benjamin Franklin’s documents were made available by the Library of Congress for the first time in honor of his death on April 17, 1790.
The bill, named after Tim Piazza who died in a hazing-related incident at Penn State, received unanimous approval from the Pennsylvania Senate, and Governor Wolf has already expressed support for its intentions.
The firm purchased the building, located at 22 S. 40th Street, for $2.5 million from mental health care facility and reportedly plans to restore the building to its former glory through $5 million renovations expected to last less than a year.