Penn will not offer dean's list awards for the second consecutive academic year, administrators announced in an email to students in the College of Arts and Sciences on Monday.
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Penn Museum announced plans for the repatriation of the widely criticized Morton Cranial Collection, a collection of about 1,000 crania that includes crania from individuals who were enslaved.
Penn will hold the Class of 2021 commencement ceremony in person at Franklin Field for graduating seniors only on May 17. Guests, including family and friends, must watch the ceremony online.
Penn is seeing "worrisome trends" in the COVID-19 positivity rate on campus, according to top University administrators, who warned that campus-wide self-quarantine measures may be imposed as early as next week.
Penn accepted a record-low 15% of early decision applicants to the Class of 2025, a significant decrease from last year's 19.7%.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently isolating at home.
Penn will contribute $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia over the next 10 years, the largest private contribution in the school district's history.
Penn will not accept funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, following widespread criticism that peer institutions with large endowments would receive federal aid.
After a lengthy primary season that yielded a record number of Democratic presidential candidates, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) ended his campaign on Wednesday, leaving the 2020 race a presumptive contest between a Penn graduate and a former Penn professor.
After a lengthy debate and widespread student activism, Yale University announced plans to adopt a universal pass/fail grading policy.
Penn will allow undergraduates from all four schools to take any course pass/fail this semester, including those taken to satisfy major or general education requirements.
Three Penn undergraduate students have tested positive for coronavirus.
Penn is extending the expected move-out date for all on-campus residents by two days.
Penn will extend spring break for one week and move all classes online beginning March 23 to the end of the spring semester, in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Students at many universities across the country departed for spring break last weekend — but some of them won't be returning to their campuses in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Next month's Quaker Days events will be canceled due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus, Penn Admissions announced today.
The University has suspended the International Affairs Association's registration with Penn, the Office of Student Affairs confirmed Tuesday night.
A fire broke out on the roof of the Rhoads Pavilion at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania early Thursday morning, causing patients from three floors to be temporarily relocated.
In April, College seniors Natasha Menon and Brian Goldstein were elected to lead the Undergraduate Assembly as president and vice president. Now, at the halfway point of their administration, the leaders of Penn's student body say they are focused on inclusivity, citing their resolution condemning University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School professor Amy Wax.
The Undergraduate Assembly announced Thursday that Penn Transit will begin offering a free shuttle service to Trader Joe’s in Center City for Penn students.