Penn's Counseling and Psychological Services canceled some regular appointments and are directing students to Student Health Service for care Tuesday until 7 p.m.
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Perry World House announced Wednesday that its 2019 Global Order Colloquium will feature distinguished speakers including former Secretary of State John Kerry and former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.
Katherine Nathanson, deputy director of Penn's Abramson Cancer Center, has received a $3 million grant to study how breast cancer, or BRCA, genes affect immune function, the Almanac reported.
A reported wallet theft on the 3300 block of Walnut Street prompted a UPennAlert Thursday afternoon.
The Fresh Grocer closed temporarily early Monday afternoon due to health violations including rodent and insect activity and foodborne illness risk factors.
More than 1,000 members of the sophomore class gathered on College Green Tuesday night for the inauguration of U-Night, a new tradition meant to celebrate class unity.
Prospective honorary degree recipient Richard Lugar died April 28 at age 87, The New York Times reported.
As Spring Fling approaches this weekend, Penn is taking steps to prevent the spread of mumps on campus. To avoid catching the contagious disease, Student Health Service Director Giang Nguyen urges students to avoid sharing vaping products, drinks, and food, as mumps spreads through saliva.
A Penn undergraduate was diagnosed with a lab-confirmed case of the mumps following an outbreak at Temple University that has sickened at least 100 students, according to a March 27 email from Penn administrators.
Longtime Penn Medicine administrator Kevin Mahoney was named the next CEO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System on Wednesday. He will begin leading the $7.8 billion health system on July 1.
In light of the nationwide bribery scandal involving admissions procedures at elite institutions, Penn Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said the University will once again consider revising its processes related to recruitment and evaluation. Penn hired an outside consultant to review procedures after former men's basketball coach Jerome Allen pleaded guilty in October 2018 to accepting bribes to help a current Penn senior gain admission.
The University of Pennsylvania was not among the higher education institutions named in court documents unsealed by the Justice Department on March 12 charging 50 people — mostly parents, including two celebrities — for taking part in a far-reaching bribery scam to get prospective students into elite schools. This news comes only days after former Penn coach Jerome Allen testified that he took part in a similar bribery scandal in order to help a current Penn senior gain admission to the University.
Duncan Watts, a researcher who uses data science to analyze human behavior, has been appointed the 23rd Penn Integrates Knowledge professor, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett announced Wednesday.
Longtime Penn donor Raymond G. Perelman died on Monday at his home in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. He was 101.
Jane Coyle Morris will take over as executive director of the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, Provost Wendell Pritchett and Vice Provost for Education Beth Winkelstein announced this month.
The sign for Penn Commons, which was previously named for former University trustee and 1963 College graduate Steve Wynn, was chalked over Dec. 11 with the words "You don't pour tea down someone's throat."
Tamara L. Greenfield King, longtime administrator at Washington University in St. Louis, has been named Penn's new associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs.
The construction of New College House West, set to open on the corner of 40th and Walnut streets, is days away, and students residing in nearby college houses are preparing for noise disruptions as finals week approaches.
Construction will begin on Dec. 3 for New College House West, Penn's record-breaking $163 million dorm set to open on the corner of 40th and Walnut streets, according to emails sent to residents of nearby Rodin and W.E.B. Du Bois College Houses. The email also said students should expect noise from construction throughout reading days and finals week.
All University students will be required to enroll by Feb. 14 in two-step verification as an added layer of security when accessing PennKey-protected websites and applications. Faculty and staff have already been required to enroll.