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Wharton Professor Amir Yaron has been named the next governor of the Bank of Israel.
After six years, Yale University is officially revoking its party registration policy of off-campus events.
Harvard Law School has been quiet amid concerns whether Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be returning to teach a course next semester, the Harvard Crimson reported.
Penn ranks no. 10 overall best college in the annual Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College rankings released earlier this month. The University dropped two places from last year, now placing behind Princeton University.
Penn Medicine's Carl June will receive one of the most prestigious awards in medicine and biomedical research later this month.
Medical students in "limited-hour programs," which place a cap on the residency shift hours worked, earn similar test scores as those in "flexible-hour programs," which do not have caps, according to research conducted by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and at Johns Hopkins University.
Amazon announced the top 20 cities in its search for a location for its second headquarters in January — which included Philadelphia. Now, one marketing agency known as Digital Third Coast, ranked those cities based on best late night food options.
Lehigh University has banned the sorority Alpha Chi Omega until May 2020, according to ABC News, because of a “morally questionable” scavenger hunt.
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.
Former Penn Medicine Board Chair and 1973 Wharton Master's of Business Administration graduate Mark Winkelman and his family donated $5 million to the Penn Center for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease, reported the Penn Almanac.
At Yale University, a new source of underground communication has developed for women who aim to protect themselves from men they say have engaged in sexual assault or harassment.
Allison Shearmur, the 1985 College graduate who helped to produce various high-profile Hollywood films such as the “Star Wars” franchise, the “Hunger Games” series and the 1999 comedy “American Pie,” died on Jan. 19.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney appointed Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett and 12 other Philadelphians to nominate the city's new school board.
The city of Philadelphia is making big advances in its goal to promote the use of clean energy.
A Princeton prof responsible for sexually harassing a student has remained employed at the university
A Princeton professor found responsible of sexually harassing his graduate student in June has been allowed to keep his job after completing eight hours of training, The Huffington Post reported.
University City, the controversial moniker bestowed on West Philadelphia's eastern district and home to Penn and Drexel University, celebrated its 20th anniversary this week.
William Penn's original plan for Philadelphia included five city squares. More than 300 years later, Drexel University, working with a Radnor, Pa.-based real estate firm, is prepared to add a sixth major square just blocks east of Penn's campus.
Amid a barrage of opinions over a Penn teaching assistant’s tweet admitting that she calls on black female students to talk first in class, a professor at the University of Missouri, Columbia took action of her own, according to a report in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Even as Penn's total tuition and fees climbs closer to $70,000 a year, a budget stalemate in Harrisburg could make Pennsylvania one of the priciest states for in-state college tuition.