The Philadelphia School District announced that nearly all public high schools will move to a later start time this fall, with all classes beginning at 9 a.m.
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The Kelly Writers House held a book launch for Penn professor Weike Wang's new novel "Joan is Okay," which explores the challenges of a Chinese American doctor navigating family relationships and the global pandemic.
Rising juniors and seniors can now receive prioritized time slots for campus housing next year with the new Preferred Room Selection Application.
After Penn recently reinstated its indoor mask requirement, students had mixed reactions. Some agreed with the decision while others felt it was unnecessary.
Experts at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Pennsylvania Game Commission officials are investigating a mysterious illness that is killing several species of songbirds in Pennsylvania and 10 other states.
The Penn Museum and Philadelphia Museum of Art have partnered to offer ‘Art Staycation,' a limited-time, discounted admission price for both museums.
Ashwini Vaishnaw, a Wharton MBA graduate, has been appointed as the new Electronics and Information Technology minister of India, the Indian government announced on Tuesday.
The Penn Museum is opening a new exhibit on the meaning behind clothing and fashion as a celebration of apparel and accessories across cultures spanning a 2,500-year period.
Hundreds participated in in-person and virtual events hosted by LGBTQ organizations at Penn to celebrate Pride throughout the month of June. The month-long celebration highlighted the sense of unity among queer and allied members of the Penn community.
Nine researchers were selected to join the 2021 cohort of the Penn Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellows for Academic Diversity program.
The University hosted a discussion about antiracism with Dean of the Wharton School Erika James and author and activist Ibram X. Kendi on June 18.
Penn students are co-hosting the second annual National Pre-Health Conference to support students interested in health care careers.
Penn President Amy Gutmann discussed the ethical and practical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic at a virtual event on Thursday.
Temple University will pay a $700,000 settlement to the U.S. Department of Education for misreporting its business school's data and falsely boosting its place in the annual U.S. News and World Report rankings.
In addition to propelling President-elect Joe Biden to victory, Philadelphia residents demonstrated overwhelming support for all four questions present on this year's ballot.
At a drive-in rally on Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate and former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden discussed plans to deal with increasing violence in Philadelphia and safely reopen Pennsylvania amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner has launched a task force to counter voter suppression and protect polling locations from potential violence on Nov. 3.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf slammed President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump for holding a campaign rally in Harrisburg despite the ongoing pandemic.