Incoming freshmen gathered for a quick preview of Penn academic life yesterday.
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American women who have earned an associate or bachelor's degree have received more immediate economic benefits than men, according to a recent study.
WASHINGTON -- Approximately 400 Penn students joined hundreds of thousands of people from across the country in Washington, D.C., Sunday in one of the largest pro-choice demonstrations in history.
Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) has a 10 percentage point lead over incumbent President George W. Bush among college students, according to a recent survey released by the Harvard University Institute of Politics.
The Ethics Committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives is planning to investigate Rep. William Rieger (D-Phila.), for rigging his voting machine to vote for him while he was not present.
The trial date for the Penn Neurosurgery professor accused of rape was postponed yesterday, one day before it was set to begin.
As a result of a city initiative designed to improve the area along the Schuylkill River, walkers and joggers can now travel the length of the river from Locust Street to the Fairmount Water Works near the Philadephia Museum of Art.
In the wake of 18 student deaths in the current school year, the Philadelphia School District will join the local community in a march aimed at protecting its children on April 4.
Federal lawmakers discussed student loan policies last week in a debate that has been generating significant controversy on Capitol Hill.
The Philadelphia City Council passed a resolution Thursday in opposition to President George W. Bush's proposed amendment to the Constitution defining marriage as a union exclusively between a man and a woman.
A motion for summary judgment is still pending in the case of Eber Devine v. the University of Pennsylvania.
Khalid and Dawud Faruqi were convicted last week of the December 2000 mass killings in a West Philadelphia crack house that have come to be known as the "Lex Street Massacre."
Former Vice Provost and Director of Libraries Paul Mosher was sentenced to seven years probation and required to register as a sex offender for charges related to possession of child pornography yesterday.
As John Kerry swept most of the polls yesterday in 10 states during the Super Tuesday Democratic primaries, students said that the results were more or less expected.
A civil jury found the city of Philadelphia not responsible yesterday for the murder of graduate student Shannon Schieber, after more than 11 hours of deliberation that spanned three days.
Graduate students at Drexel University, who were promised a trip to China as part of their training, sued the university and won after it refused to send them on the trip.
Every day at Penn is different from the next for Wendy White, senior vice president and general counsel for the University and Penn Medicine.
Jury deliberations began Monday in the lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia brought by the family of murdered Wharton graduate student Shannon Schieber.
In the second week of the civil suit filed against the city by the parents of murdered Wharton graduate student Shannon Schieber, two Philadelphia police officers took the stand to explain their actions on the night of the murder.
Trial proceedings have begun for brothers Dawud and Khalid Faruqi, the two men accused of the murder of seven people in the crime that has come to be known as the "Lex Street massacre."