A network of Pennsylvania hospitals has filed a class action law suit against a Penn-affliated hospital for fraud. The lawsuit, filed on May 22nd, alleges that the hospital had submitted invalid claims to receive a total of $9 million from a state-funded program.
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Two renowned Penn donors recently made a large contribution to Columbia University.
In the fall of 1996, Penn created an Asian American Studies program, home to a series of interdisciplinary courses and an undergraduate minor. Twenty-one years later, the ASAM program has no formal director, despite months of student petitions and protests geared toward increasing University support for the small program.
Professors at Penn Medicine have found success in a new medical technique: transplanting diseased organs from deceased donors to healthy recipients, then curing the recipients of the disease.
Registration for the Panhellenic Council's Spring Primary Recruitment has opened, marking a months-long process for hundreds of Penn students looking to join sororities.
Registration for classes re-opened on Nov. 29, prompting thousands of students to log onto Penn InTouch and Penn Course Review with the goal of perfecting their schedules for spring 2018. If trends from previous years are any indication, many will work to get into a Computer Science course of some kind.
Voting data shows Bernie Sanders could have been elected as a Phila. official — if he lived in the city
The Office of the Philadelphia City Commissions recently released this year's voting data, which revealed that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) could have won the judge of elections position for the ninth division of the Fifth Ward during the recent Philadelphia elections.
Two Penn students have been selected as Rhodes Scholars to pursue graduate degrees at the University of Oxford.
A Penn professor was recently elected to the board of trustees of Sesame Workshop, the organization behind the children's show, "Sesame Street."
Lehigh University announced on Friday that it would not revoke the honorary degree awarded to President Donald Trump. Wagner College also recently decided that it would not rescind the honorary degree it awarded Trump in 2004, Inside Higher Ed reported.
Two Penn professors received a five-year, $3.75 million grant to continue research on the correlation between delaying mealtimes and general health.
President Donald Trump announced his intention last week to nominate two Penn alumni to open administration posts.
College sophomore Grace Knight was named as one of the most "inspiring" college women in the country, according to Her Campus Media. The site's full list includes 22 women under the age of 22.
Protesters interrupted a Columbia administrator's class over the school's failure to comply with Title IX guidelines
Eight Columbia University students interrupted a lecture last week in protest over the university's failure to comply with Title IX guidelines.
Penn is officially the "healthiest school" according to a ranking released by food delivery service Grubhub.
Professors at Reed College cancelled the first lecture of a mandatory first-year course because of interruptions by student protesters.
The University of California has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for deciding to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.