Chef Jose Garces gave Distrito a makeover — just in time for some start-of-the-semester stress eating.
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Penn has always known she was easy, breezy and beautiful — but now the rest of the world will, too.
If you were too busy lounging on a beach, sleeping or playing with your cat over spring break to read the Daily Pennsylvanian online, we’ve got you covered. Here are the highlights from while you were away. Find the full stories online at www.thedp.com.
Penn is a small step closer to divesting from fossil fuels.
Members of the Penn police force want Penn President Amy Gutmann to apologize for participating in a student-led "die-in" at her annual holiday party last Tuesday.
Students interested in applying for the inaugural round of President’s Engagement Prizes have some extra time to bolster their project proposals.
Cutbacks in state funding in 2013 depleted a portion of Penn’s research funds — but while the chunk of lost funding is relatively small, it represents wider struggles in the hunt for research funding.
Penn will participate in the Association of American Universities’ sexual assault climate survey when it is released in April 2015, according to President Amy Gutmann.
When it comes to social media, Penn isn’t afraid to have a little fun.
The Association of American Universities, of which President Amy Gutmann is chair, announced on Friday that it will conduct a sexual assault climate survey of its members in April 2015.
While the concept of innovation might evoke images of computers, startups and engineers, it increasingly impacts faculty in all disciplines at Penn.
Creator of the TED conference and School of Design graduate Richard Saul Wurman finds creativity through terror.
More than just a place to live, each freshman hall encapsulates a unique social dynamic. But while some are more outlandish than others, the craziest ones are worth being remembered.
Penn’s endowment returns were just average compared to its peers during fiscal year 2014.
It’s been more than four years since Penn has had a Rhodes Scholar — but the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships has revamped the fellowship application process in an effort to add Penn names to the ranks of scholars.
Penn President Amy Gutmann was elected chair of the Association of American Universities on Tuesday, placing her at a vantage point to vocalize and advocate for current issues in higher education.
Penn follows a policy of confidentiality in its searches for new deans and senior administrators. From the time a consultative committee — a committee of faculty, students and alumni that performs the search for candidates — until the release of the new hire’s name, no details of the search process are released.
Amy Gutmann and her many hats
Penn has changed since President Amy Gutmann’s tenure began a decade ago.
Amy Gutmann was inaugurated as Penn’s president 10 years ago today, during Homecoming Weekend in 2004. Over two interviews, Gutmann spoke about her tenure so far and her plans for the future. She spoke proudly of financial aid policies, campus expansion and the Penn Compact — the strategic plan focused on increasing access, promoting interdisciplinary knowledge and engaging with the global and local community. Below are lightly edited transcripts of the interviews.