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Pennsylvania hospitals sue Penn-affiliated hospital for $9 million in 'bogus' claims

(05/30/18 12:58am)

A network of Pennsylvania hospitals has filed a class action law suit against a Penn-affliated hospital for fraud. The lawsuit, filed on May 22nd, alleges that the hospital had submitted invalid claims to receive a total of $9 million from a state-funded program.

Inside the year-long battle to preserve Penn's Asian American Studies program

(12/10/17 8:55pm)

In the fall of 1996, Penn created an Asian American Studies program, home to a series of interdisciplinary courses and an undergraduate minor. Twenty-one years later, the ASAM program has no formal director, despite months of student petitions and protests geared toward increasing University support for the small program. 

Six stories to read before you add Computer Science into your course cart

(11/29/17 5:25pm)

Registration for classes re-opened on Nov. 29, prompting thousands of students to log onto Penn InTouch and Penn Course Review with the goal of perfecting their schedules for spring 2018. If trends from previous years are any indication, many will work to get into a Computer Science course of some kind. 

Voting data shows Bernie Sanders could have been elected as a Phila. official — if he lived in the city

(11/29/17 2:27am)

The Office of the Philadelphia City Commissions recently released this year's voting data, which revealed that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) could have won the judge of elections position for the ninth division of the Fifth Ward during the recent Philadelphia elections.