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President Amy Gutmann will receive an honorary degree from Johns Hopkins University along with five other honorees at the University’s upcoming commencement ceremony on May 24.
For many Penn seniors, graduation serves as the last hurrah for senior spring, a semester marked by various celebratory events such as Feb Club and the final toast.
For many freshmen, New Student Orientation is a time of firsts: the first time living away from home, first time sharing a bathroom with a whole hall of people eight other people and more often than not — first time attending a fraternity party.
Planned Parenthood is safe in Pennsylvania — for now.
While most students will be out enjoying the many brunches and parties at Spring Fling this year, some will be stuck indoors, studying for exams scheduled for next week.
Photos and interviews on gentrification, gun control and class divisions in Philadelphia were on display at the LGBT center last Friday.
A Stanford University professor who was previously blocked from using an image of Trump to promote her academic conference "The Way Forward: Title IX Advocacy in the Trump Era,” has been granted permission to use the image by university administrators.
Newly elected Undergraduate Assembly President, College junior Michelle Xu, and Vice President, College sophomore Jay Shah, ran together on a platform to improve mental health, combat Penn’s competitive culture and reduce costs for students. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with both leaders to discuss their future initiatives for the Undergraduate Assembly and what it means to them to be elected.
The Fresh Grocer’s time at 40th and Walnut streets is officially coming to an end, the University and Acme announced Monday.
New York will become the first state to offer universal free four-year college to students living in the state, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday.
The Penn Medicine Program for LGBT Health held their annual conference in Center City on Mar. 24, this time with a focus on youth.
Economics professor Rebecca Stein has been appointed Executive Director of the Online Learning Initiative.
Penn professor Amy Hillier worked with LGBTQ students in Philadelphia to reform the School District of Philadelphia’s policy to accommodate transgender and gender nonconforming students.
Native American hip-hop and expression artist Talon Ducheneaux, a Natives at Penn alumnus and 2015 College graduate, will perform at the group’s eighth annual powwow on Saturday.
A group of female students has organized Penn’s first OWN IT Summit, a women’s leadership conference designed to connect college-age women to female leaders.
Penn Labs has rolled out their newest Penn Course Review feature, Course Cart, which allows users to view “at-a-glance statistics” for a group of selected courses for the next semester.
Ian Jeong, former Lambda Alliance chair and Nursing senior, was looking at the syllabus for one of his nursing classes when he realized it neglected certain aspects of LGBTQ health.
A new reconstructive surgical procedure developed by a surgeon at Penn Medicine’s Center for Human Appearance can increase the sexual function of patients who have undergone female genital mutilation.
Penn’s Panhellenic Council made sorority attendance of The Vagina Monologues non-mandatory this spring, a break from previous years. But the Interfraternity Council required fraternities to send at least 10 members to the event for the first time.
Joe Biden has another job in Philadelphia — the former vice president and future Penn professor has been named the chair of the National Constitution Center, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Tuesday.