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Nearly 30 students protested the University’s investments in fossil fuels outside the Board of Trustees meeting last week.
The University announced on Tuesday the formation of a committee to select a new dean for the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Penn is introducing a new format for the sexual violence prevention training during New Student Orientation this year. The program will be run by Speak About It — a performance group that presents “about consent, boundaries and healthy relationships,” according to its website. Here’s a rundown of things you should know about the presentation and sexual violence at Penn.
Penn’s mental health task force is in the process of synthesizing information and developing recommendations to improve mental health resources on campus after conducting research and interviews last semester and over the summer.
Newly uncovered documents show the University offered to purchase Drexel University in November, but the offer was dropped when the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice threatened to block the proposed merger.
The University will hire an additional staff member to combat alcohol abuse and provide safety education, Penn President Amy Gutmann said Tuesday.
Top administrators sent an email to parents Monday night explaining mental health resources on campus.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced a $1 million grant to Penn researchers to study adoption of green infrastructure in Philadelphia.
College freshman Madison Holleran, of Allendale, N.J., died on Friday night. She was 19 years old.
Pulkit Singh, an Engineering and Wharton junior, died Sunday. He was 20 years old.
Georgette Phillips, a high-profile professor in the Wharton School, will leave Penn to accept a position as dean of Lehigh University’s business school, Wharton Dean Thomas Robertson announced in an email to students and faculty Wednesday.
The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships does not have a clear explanation for why no Penn students were awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for the fourth straight year.
The Campus Copy Center at 3731 Walnut St. will close its doors on Wednesday as its lease expires. The printing service supplier will shift all of its operations to its main location at 39th and Walnut streets.
The Pennsylvania state government passed a $2.3 billion transportation package that will allow SEPTA to dodge a doomsday budget that would have cut transit services throughout the region.
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A hearing scheduled over challenges to the proposed graduate student housing at 40th and Pine streets that was scheduled to take place today has been postponed until January.
A lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia alleging that protesters were unlawfully arrested during Occupy Philly hinges on protecting citizens’ civil rights, the plaintiffs’ attorney said on Monday.
Campus groups are aiming to inspire political fervor during the second annual Political Action Week this week.
Six people affiliated with Penn are plaintiffs in a lawsuit claiming that they were unlawfully arrested as part of the Occupy Philadelphia movement.