While students made plans for this years’ "throwback" Spring Fling, Penn's Medical Emergency Response Team prepared for what MERT Chief David Gordon calls its “busiest weekend.”
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Penn’s Board of Trustees recently approved a 5.25 percent expansion of the financial aid budget along with a 3.8 percent increase in cost of attendance.
Drexel’s former Neurology Department Chair, Ricardo Cruciani, has been arrested for allegedly raping a patient.
At Penn's first Men & Masculinities Summit, Penn students, administrators, and high schoolers gathered to discuss issues relating to men's gender identity on Feb. 3.
The Kelly Writers House and Perry World House launched the new collaborative annual Writer-in-Residence program by bringing in Yevgenia Albats.
Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher resigned on Dec. 31 after a series of controversial tweets over the past year.
As the first semester since the grand reopening of Hill College House comes to a close, students largely say they are satisfied with the $80 million project and all of its amenities. Still, however, there are several kinks that have yet to be sorted out.
Before stepping foot on campus, students in the College already have two advisors: a pre-major advisor and a peer advisor.
Investigative reporting from a Penn alumnus forced Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price to resign
When 2002 College graduate Dan Diamond first heard that former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price had been using private jets to travel, he couldn't imagine it would lead to Price’s resignation.
Search committees to select new deans of the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Dental Medicine were formed this week, according to an announcement from Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett.