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10/18/17 10:05pm
For the third year, Penn ranks first in producing billionaire alumni including Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett. 
10/18/17 6:19pm
Graduate students are working with administrators and faculty to devise resources that can help the unique experiences of first-generation graduate students. 
10/15/17 7:46pm
College junior Kara Dang, who had over $1,000 of clothes stolen from her dorm, said the Harnwell College House's notification emails on the thefts haven't fully conveyed its severity. 
10/18/17 11:15pm
To apply for leaves of absences, students have to shuttle between a variety of different administrative departments, from SRFS to Penn Residential Services. 
10/18/17 10:52pm
“In my geology class, we haven't even turned in a single assignment. I didn’t know if I was doing anything right. It was pretty impossible to gauge where I was at,” College sophomore Eliza Halpin said.
10/18/17 10:47pm
The Perception of University Life and Student Experience Survey (PULSE) presented questions about academic, pre-professional and extracurricular opportunities offered at Penn. 
10/18/17 8:18pm
This new technology could help robots in the military blend into their environments to avoid damage or help bring scientific robots and tools closer to animals in nature.
10/18/17 7:44pm
2002 College graduate Dan Diamond spent a thousand hours tracking the flight patterns of Price to prove that he had been using a private plane for government travel.
10/18/17 7:05pm
Called the PRISim Suite Judgement Trainer, the machine lets officers speak with simulated suspects and control simulations of firearms. 
10/18/17 6:14pm
Grace Knight has spent much of her life working to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease which affects the lungs and digestive system — she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as an infant. 
10/18/17 6:04pm
The Division of Public Safety said a UPennAlert was sent because one of the suspected involved was not apprehended, which DPS deemed as an "on-going threat to the community." 
10/18/17 6:03pm
Established in 1970 to advise the country on issues relating to medicine and health, the National Academy of Medicine is considered one of the most elite bodies in the field of medicine.
10/18/17 3:52pm
Mohler, who taught at Penn for over 20 years, died after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as ALS.
10/18/17 12:31am
As the Executive Director of the Women's Law Project, Tracy has been involved in landmark women’s rights court cases fighting for issues such as abortion rights. 
10/17/17 10:28pm
Amber Hikes, a 2008 graduate of the School of Social Policy & Practice, said her experience as a social worker is rooted in her education in University City. 
10/17/17 10:20pm
“Common goals, common decency, common party — that’s what we’re trying to promote,” said College junior Nicole Rubin, one of the group’s leaders.
10/17/17 4:58pm
While many professors have chosen to incorporate mental health resources into their syllabi, it is not mandated for them to do so. The UA is working with the Faculty Senate to change that. 
10/15/17 7:13pm
Speech/Acts, the current exhibition at the ICA, features the work of artists inspired by black experimental poetry.
09/27/17 9:55pm
College senior Kate Jeon's installation chronicles the names of the 14 Penn students who have died by suicide since 2013.
10/16/17 11:58pm
Ciccariello-Maher, an associate professor of politics and global studies, tweeted in December last year, “All I want for Christmas is white genocide,” causing a viral uproar.