College senior Jennifer Hebert has been named as a 2016 Rhodes Scholar.
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One of Bill Cosby’s latest accusers has claimed that he assaulted her on Penn’s campus.
Penn’s workforce is more than 17,000 members strong, including about 5,000 faculty members. Amongst the thousands of employees and contracted workers are individuals with a wide array of jobs driven by their own passions. Though some of these roles might be atypical for a University, they can play a big role in furthering Penn’s goals as an institution.
Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer won’t be the only Penn alum on stage when the show broadcasts on Nov. 7. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is set to host SNL exactly one year and one day before the 2016 election, the show announced on Tuesday.
For the first time since a string of suicides sparked a conversation about mental health on campus, the Penn administration is putting words into action.
Whether it’s his attacks on Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, his stance on immigration or his daily media appearances from Trump Tower, everybody seems to be talking about Donald Trump.
As the Class of 2015 prepares to mark a new period in their lives, Penn administrators will be there to confer degrees and honor the accomplishments of these students. However, while these administrators lead the ceremonies amid the "Pomp and Circumstance," they will remember their own graduations. Here, some Penn administrators reflect on when they too were motivated young adults ready to conquer the world.
From his office on the 52nd floor of the Comcast Center, David L. Cohen has a panoramic view of Philadelphia, the city in which he is so deeply involved. But he insists on heading to the 56th floor to see his favorite view from the skyscraper.
Lancaster General Health officially signed an agreement with the University of Pennsylvania Health System last Tuesday to join the Penn Medicine network.
When Penn President Amy Gutmann called Shadrack Frimpong to tell him he won a President’s Engagement Prize, she heard him scream in excitement.
A group of doctors from across the country have suggested their own “quick fix” for Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons: fire Dr. Mehmet Oz.
On Feb. 17, Theodore Ruger was named the Penn Law School’s next dean, effective July 1. Ruger, the law school’s deputy dean since 2013, has been a professor at Penn since 2004 and is known for his work in health law and regulation, food and drug law and constitutional law.
Donita Brady, who is currently a Senior Research Associate at the Duke University School of Medicine, has been named Penn’s seventh Presidential Professor. Effective July 1, she will become the Presidential Assistant Professor of Cancer Biology at the Perelman School of Medicine.
From nooses to swastikas and repulsive chants, college campuses in the United States have had no shortage of racial tensions. But where is the line drawn between racism and free speech?
Some of the best brains in medicine, ethics and bioethics have come together to offer President Obama wisdom on moral issues in neuroscience research.
While many university leaders across the country trumpet the qualifications of their graduating seniors, President Amy Gutmann is putting money where her mouth is. And a lot of it, too.
For the second time this school year, Penn writing professor Kenneth Goldsmith has made headlines for his eccentric work.
If you were too busy lounging on a beach, sleeping or playing with your cat over spring break to read the Daily Pennsylvanian online, we’ve got you covered. Here are the highlights from while you were away. Find the full stories online at www.thedp.com.
President Amy Gutmann has been in high demand this week.
Penn is a very decentralized institution — but the different parts of the University will soon be integrated online as the gaps between them are “buttoned up.”