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All it took was patience.
Eating Thanksgiving dinners, opening holiday gifts, and Penn playing Princeton in the Palestra are all time-honored traditions. Sometimes though, the turkey burns, you don’t get the gift you hoped for, or Princeton walks away with a win on Penn’s historic home court.
Despite multiple injuries across the entire roster, an Ivy League dogfight turned into an impressive team win for Penn sprint football.
One month into Penn men’s soccer’s season, the team has already developed a clear identity: scoreless draws.
SARAH KHAN is a College sophomore from Lynn Haven, Fla. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Former President Barack Obama urged students and local residents to enact change and vote for Democrats in the upcoming November elections at a campaign rally in Philadelphia.
On Thursday afternoon, Harvard University announced the results of its ambitious capital campaign at $9.6 billion dollars, surpassing its original goal by $3.1 billion and shattering the previous record for higher education fundraising.
The rate of law school applications has declined in recent years, according to data from the Association of American Law Schools. To investigate why, the Association published a Sept. 20 study with Gallup that concluded undergraduates considering law school are often discouraged by high tuition costs and work-life balance.
Robert Venturi, Penn Design professor and architect of several campus buildings, died at age 93 in his Philadelphia home.
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By 9 a.m. on Friday, local Philadelphians and die-hard Democrats were lining up outside the Dell Music Center, armed with picnic blankets, Obama paraphernalia, and buckets of snacks. Those first to arrive come from diverse backgrounds, although the prevalence of high school and college students throughout the crowd is hard to miss.
A Penn alumna is suing the University chapter of Psi Upsilon, commonly known as Castle, alleging she was badly burned by a large, flaming marshmallow at a 2017 Halloween party.
For the first time, Penn students can learn Mongolian and delve into its culture here.
In the West Philadelphia neighborhood situated just beyond the "Penn bubble" on 40th Street, police officers and community residents say tensions between them often run high. But at a barber shop only a few blocks off campus, Philadelphia police officer and Vice President of the National Black Police Association G. Lamar Stewart is working to bring the community together and bridge the divide.
There is no place like home.
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé discusses ideas to solve 'deficiencies' in Penn's wellness culture
At a campus-wide seminar Thursday, Penn’s first Chief Wellness Officer said he is working to give Penn Face a “facelift."
“I’ve been coming to this cafe for 20 years!”
Former Florida Governor and 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush became Penn’s second Presidential Professor of Practice last week, joining former Vice President Joe Biden, who was named the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Professor of Practice last year. Professors at Penn greeted the move as a positive step towards bipartisan discourse on campus.
President's Engagement Prize winner Shadrack Frimpong returns to Penn for master's in nonprofit leadership
Three years ago, Shadrack Frimpong graduated from Penn with one of its most prestigious awards. This fall, he is back on campus to learn more.