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F o llowing the fifth student suicide in 12 months, the University announced in February that it would create new permanent clinical positions at Counseling and Psychological Services for this fall, a move that administrators say likely would have occurred even without the student deaths.
St. Patrick’s Day weekend is a time of lively celebration around campus. Students and visitors walk around in bright green, searching for bars and house parties where they can have some laughs and good experiences.
Penn denied the claims of a lawsuit alleging excessive force by Penn Police in a response filed last week.
A Penn researcher will receive a preliminary hearing on Thursday for a burglary charge and other charges filed against him.
The exhibition hall at the Penn Museum was packed.
With the click of a button, you could round up dozens of speakers, events, and activities at Penn that span an entire academic year.
The new dean of the Penn’s School of Nursing will be Antonia Villarruel, currently the associate dean for research and global affairs at the University of Michigan School of Nursing.
Associate Dean for Research and Global Affairs at the University of Michigan School of Nursing Antonia Villarruel will be the next dean of Penn’s School of Nursing.
The Division of Public Safety assisted the FBI in one of the 10 arrests of leaders of the Ironworkers Local 401 union, who called themselves “the Helpful Union Guys” or “THUGS” and have allegedly used violence to try to protect union jobs.
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The members of Penn’s Reach-A-Peer Helpline hope to expand the group’s presence on campus in an effort to let students know that they are always open to talk.
A Philadelphia cab driver filed a lawsuit against the University of Pennsylvania Police Department on Friday, claiming that four Penn Police officers physically assaulted him after he was pulled over for careless driving.
In light of recent undergraduate deaths on Penn’s campus, The Daily Pennsylvanian examined how students, administrators and communities at two other universities have reacted to student deaths on their campuses.
President Barack Obama announced Wednesday his intent to nominate Law School lecturer and 1989 College graduate Cheryl Krause to the Third Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals, according to a White House press release.
Dinosaurs are far from dead for researchers on Penn’s campus.
Due to an increase in theft from vehicles at the end of winter break, the Division of Public Safety — along with Drexel Police Department and the Philadelphia Police Department — created a new task force to fight this form of theft.
Christine DeVore, one of hundreds of participants in ACHIEVEability, stood in front of the audience to speak about her experience with the program for the first time.