Penn announced the new director of Penn Violence Prevention on Thursday, filling a nearly year-long vacancy.
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Target plans to open a new store near Penn's campus on 37th and Chestnut streets.
Penn’s Graduate School of Education has received a $16.25 million donation, the largest in the school’s history.
Penn administrators said that the University is on track to appoint a new provost in the spring of 2023.
Members of the Penn and West Philadelphia communities gathered Thursday evening in solidarity with Iranian women to protest the death of Mahsa Amini.
Two students are facing disciplinary action from Penn administrators for allegedly disrupting Convocation last month to protest the eviction of University City Townhomes residents.
Rutgers University professor Amber Wiley will lead Penn’s Center for the Preservation of Civil Right Sites as the center’s first named director.
Penn community members gathered on Friday evening for a vigil honoring the life of College junior Sarah Katz who died last week.
The Penn Women’s Center plans to appoint a permanent director by the end of the semester, as current students and staff work to fill the gap left by the departure of its previous director.
A petition calling for Penn to move finals online in light of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases on campus has garnered over 500 signatures.
Penn Student Government launched a fund this semester aiming to give money to underrepresented student groups on campus for social events.
In 2021, several high-ranking members of Penn’s administration announced their plans to leave Penn, either temporarily or permanently.
A petition calling for Penn to fire a visiting scholar accused of committing human rights abuses as a high-ranking Ecuadorian state official has garnered nearly 11,000 signatures.
Four representatives won seats on the Undergraduate Assembly in Monday’s special election.
Penn's Division of Public Safety released guidelines Wednesday morning for the University community to stay safe following a junkyard fire on Tuesday, but did not cancel University operations or classes.
The Student Activities Council, one of Penn's six student governing branches, has elected a new board to oversee the funding of student groups.
Transfer students are close to securing a floor in the high rises for incoming transfers next year.
Seniors who will have to miss the rescheduled Hey Day because it clashes with classes and travel for fall break are disappointed with the selection of the ceremony's date.
As the first first-year Class Board to take office during a pandemic, Class Board 2025 is working to hold traditional social events — like Econ Scream — in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Growing frustrated with recent littering and garbage on the sidewalks outside fraternity houses on Spruce Street, some Philadelphia residents want more respect from Penn students.