Two Penn professors will not be able to publish their work in the Journal of Neuroscience until 2017 due to a mistake printed in an article four years ago.
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Before attending Penn, Wharton senior Katlyn Grasso googled the phrase “female entrepreneurs” and found few search results.
Two years after the launch of the Preferred Name Initiative, the program continues to increase in size each semester. The initiative — began through the efforts of the Lambda Alliance, the Undergraduate Assembly, the LGBT Center and the office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Life — allows students who do not identify with their legal names for gender-related reasons to change them.
While LGBTQ supporters celebrated the legalization of same-sex marriage in Alabama on Feb. 9, no official celebration of National Freedom to Marry Day was planned at Penn this year. This is the first time that the unofficial holiday — celebrated on Feb. 12 — has passed since same-sex marriage was legalized in Pennsylvania.
Although Penn has seen an increase in minority hires since the Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence was launched two and a half years ago, some faculty members felt LGBTQ issues were glossed over.
Although the first gay National Football League athlete — Michael Sam — was drafted just last year, the student organization Penn Athletes and Allies Tackling Homophobia has been on campus since 2003.
With Pennsylvania’s legalization of gay marriage last year, Penn is hoping that more same-sex couples will use the school’s facilities to say “I do.”
The recent reorganization of the Penn Women’s Center will make its objectives smoother internally and clearer to students.
Before Phi Delta Theta’s probation can be lifted, the fraternity that was the center of many conversations this winter will participate in sexual misconduct education.
Harrison and Rodin residents who pass by a glowing red orb might want to turn their lights off.
One Law School graduate didn't just run for governor of Massachusetts — he started his own political party.
This week, Bon Appetit wants to educate the Penn community about sustainability, nutrition and where its food comes from — while allowing attendees to eat their way through each event.
Penn’s coffee-loving student body need no longer worry about carrying bulky reusable mugs, thanks to an alumnus’ collapsible cup startup.