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.
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Penn has extended the terms of two graduate school deans through 2023.
Two Penn juniors co-hosted a conference on April 9 and 10 to give college-aged women advice about getting their start in the hospitality industry.
Advance registration for the fall 2021 semester opens on Tuesday after being delayed by over three weeks.
The Wharton School is among a group of national organizations that have pledged to close the racial wealth gap in the United States.
College junior Chinaza Ruth Okonkwo has been named one of 16 Beinecke Scholars to receive funding for graduate study in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
Advance course registration for fall 2021 opens Tuesday, and many students will be on the hunt for courses that "double count" by fulfilling two separate College requirements: both a Sector Requirement and a Foundational Approach.
From door knocking in New Hampshire, to campaigning for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), to helping oversee budget and personnel in the White House, recent Penn graduate Jay Vaingankar is taking his interest in public policy to new heights.
Undergraduate Assembly presidential and vice presidential candidates made their case to potential voters at the first of two debates Sunday night.
Penn men’s tennis entered its weekend with an opportunity to enter the win column for the first time in 2021, after dropping its opening match to Temple.
Penn softball left its Wednesday doubleheader against Villanova expecting its next matchup to be against Big 5 rival St. Joseph’s a week later. However, after picking up a last-minute doubleheader against cross-town rival La Salle, the Quakers took the field on Saturday eager to take advantage of the chance to compete.
Ranging from the CEO of a Latinx coalition to the president of a classical league, The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with newly admitted members of Penn's Class of 2025, who expressed excitement to join the Penn community this fall.
The Arthur Ross Gallery received a $125,000 donation to perpetually endow a lecture series featuring prominent artists.
A Penn Medicine study found that Medicaid expansion helped increase access to medication for opioid use disorder, despite some existing limitations to widespread access.
A Penn professor published a study that attempts to improve how researchers analyze misinformation in the media.
More than 50 students and West Philadelphians marched outside the Penn Museum in a protest outside the Penn Museum on April 8 to urge the Museum to abolish its Morton Cranial Collection, a collection of about 1,000 crania with some belonging to enslaved individuals.
Penn's undergraduate COVID-19 case count continued to decrease last week, after a spike in cases following the week of "Spring Stay" from March 14 to March 20.
Penn Medicine researchers successfully tested an experimental therapy that reversed blindness in a patient with a genetic disorder.
Brown University will return to in-person learning for the upcoming fall semester.
A top Penn administrator criticized Fossil Free Penn's alleged unwillingness to consider ways for the University to address the climate crisis other than divestment at a climate seminar on Wednesday afternoon.