Throughout their time at Penn, the Class of 2023 will experience a constantly changing campus. Incoming freshmen will witness a barrage of new buildings and renovations of popular campus spaces.
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More than 50 students, faculty, and staff members gathered Wednesday to honor the lives of the 359 people killed by bombings that struck several churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
In the wake of renewed student petitions demanding that Penn pay PILOTs, or voluntary payments in lieu of property taxes, Penn is standing its ground and defending its position against the practice.
Temple University announced Tuesday that it plans to ban the use of all tobacco products on campus in the coming months.
United States Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith spoke about reconciling poetry with modern political and technological culture at the Philomathean Society's Annual Oration.
U.S. News & World Report released its 2020 rankings of graduate schools across the country, with several of Penn’s graduate schools taking top spots.
While hackathons have long catered to students primarily interested in technology, the Arthur Ross Gallery hosted its first Art + Data Hack-a-thon Wednesday to attract students from arts backgrounds.
Members of the Penn Veterans’ Life Stories club will travel to the Philadelphia VA Medical Center to conduct face-to-face interviews and transcribe self-reported personal stories of veterans starting this week.
Former Wharton professor Marshall Edward Blume died after a brief illness at age 77 on Jan. 27, the Penn Almanac reported.
Penn students and alumni joined to discuss what identity and faith meant to them on campus Wednesday night.
A Nevada gambling regulator's report alleges several executive members of Wynn Resorts Ltd. ignored complaints of sexual harassment against 1963 College graduate Steve Wynn for more than a decade, the Wall Street Journal reported.
To a crowded room of about 90 people, six panelists spoke about the relationship between African American people and Africa on Friday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
The editor's note in Positively Black, W.E.B. Du Bois College House's first yearbook from 1989, reads, “I hope...those that follow will band together and continue to produce this publication."
On election day, Philadelphia residents voted to approve a $181 million municipal bond that Major Jim Kenney will use to fund various capital projects throughout the city.
Penn’s Translational Center of Excellence for Lung Cancer Immunology at the Abramson Cancer Center was awarded a $10.7 million grant on Oct. 22 to support the advancement of research for CAR-T therapy in lung cancer patients.
Students, professors, and activists from the Philadelphia area gathered at the LGBT Center on Oct. 29 for the first event hosted by the Penn Trans Literacy Project, a series of panels and workshops designed to promote literacy in trans issues on campus and beyond.
A Boston University professor discussed the possible benefits and pitfalls associated with the widespread consumption of pornography among young adults at an event on campus.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have joined other prominent institutions in an effort to diagnose rare disorders. The National Institutes of Health selected HUP and CHOP as the latest members of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. The institutions will receive $2.5 million in research grants and become part of a research study involving advanced genetic testing.