The hearing board's ruling follows an uncommon disciplinary procedure that began in January 2022, continuing the national debate about the boundaries of protected speech by academics.
Decades of turnover and redevelopment of the Black Bottom have greatly frustrated residents and community members, who continue to fight for accessible and affordable housing.
Penn's test-optional policy was first implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic during the 2020-21 admissions cycle and has been extended every cycle since.
Welcome to Bite-Sized! Every week, we’ll be looking at the biggest headlines you should know. Last week, our reporters covered major shake-ups in Penn administration and curriculum. The School of Dental Medicine is facing a lawsuit from a former administrator alleging retaliation to department chair’s reported sexual misconduct, and Penn motioned to dismiss a lawsuit brought up by two Penn students, who claimed in the suit that Penn’s response to antisemitism was insufficient. In addition, Penn School of Engineering and Applied Science introduced a new major on artificial intelligence, becoming first Ivy League school to offer undergraduate degree in AI. Check out more on our reporting on our website, or at thedp.com. #penn #thedp #DailyPennsylvanian #news