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.
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The attorney representing the 21-year-old man on trial for the murder of former Penn student Blaze Bernstein could remove himself from the case, a judge ruled this morning. The court appointed a public defender to replace him.
The man charged in connection to the murder of former Penn sophomore Blaze Bernstein will officially stand trial, a judge ruled Tuesday.
After a decade serving as director of Penn Women's Center, Felicity "Litty" Paxton has left her role to become the associate dean for undergraduate studies at the Annenberg School for Communication.
The 21-year-old man charged with killing former Penn sophomore Blaze Bernstein was sexually "confused," his lawyer said on Wednesday.
The stars from the upcoming film "Creed II" are on campus and Penn students could not be more excited.
For the first time since Penn Law professor Amy Wax made headlines last year for controversial comments on race and free speech, the University that employs her has responded with action.
Penn's top administrators have made an open call to students soliciting suggestions on how the University can improve policies around sexual harassment on campus.
Penn's Board of Trustees announced a resolution to increase undergraduate tuition by 3.8 percent for the upcoming academic year, exceeding $70,000 in costs for the first time.
Penn Law professor Amy Wax sparked extensive criticism last year after she co-wrote a contentious editorial promoting bourgeois cultural values. Now, she's back in the spotlight with the publication of another op-ed – this time in the Wall Street Journal – alleging that Penn Law has asked her to step aside in the face of ongoing backlash.
As Penn's graduate students move closer to a vote on whether student workers can unionize, the University has increased its efforts to prevent the union from forming.
The Daily Pennsylvanian is reporting on how Penn's community is reacting to the Super Bowl as the game progresses throughout the night. This story was last updated at 10:22 p.m. Check back for updates.
A reported robbery with a weapon on the 3500 block of Chestnut St. prompted a UPenn Alert on Jan. 12.
After nearly a year of scandal and uncertainty, Philadelphia has a new district attorney.
In a surprising email announcement, Penn administrators said they are organizing a University-wide "Campus Conversation" to discuss "what we can do, individually and collectively, to take care of ourselves and others and to foster individual and community resilience."
More than two years after the suicide of former College junior Timothy Hamlett, his mother, Katherine Frink-Hamlett, is suing Penn and Robin Martin, his former track and field coach.
Penn alumni returning to campus for a class reunion call on Penn to take a stronger stand against Trump
Penn alumni who returned to campus for a class reunion this weekend took a stand against one of their peers — President Donald Trump.
Harvard University just launched a new specialization in its History and Literature departments: ethnic studies.
The replacement of The Fresh Grocer by Acme at 40th and Walnut streets has sparked mixed reactions from members of the University City community.
Almost six years after Penn initiated a plan to hire more minority faculty members, a report released last Tuesday by Penn administration shows a steady increase in diversity among some, but not all university departments.