Penn's political groups are spearheading initiatives to increase voter registration numbers on campus and ensure that students have a voting plan in place ahead of next month's primary election in Pennsylvania.
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Penn's Nominations and Elections Committee is hosting this year's State of the School on Wednesday, March 23 as a part of the University's third annual Penn Student Government Week.
Kevin Baumlin, former Perelman School of Medicine professor and chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital, is one of two Penn affiliates running to fill Pennsylvania's open seat in the United States Senate.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Paideia Program held a screening of the documentary "Dialogue Lab: America" earlier this week as a part of its new seminar about political empathy.
Penn Democrats continued their speaker event series this semester, hosting a virtual conversation on Monday with Valerie Arkoosh, Montgomery County Commissioner's chair and candidate for U.S. senate.
Penn professor and senior lecturer of International Studies at the Lauder Institute James McGann died on Nov. 29 at age 66.
Penn's Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance will launch a blockchain-specific accelerator program, the Cypher Accelerator, starting in spring 2022.
President Amy Gutmann welcomed the Class of 2025 and transfer students to Penn at an in-person Convocation ceremony Monday night.
The Perelman School of Medicine announced a new fellowship and professorship dedicated to vaccine research and development.
Celebrity lawyer and 1996 Penn alumnus Michael Avenatti was sentenced to 30 months in prison on July 8 for extortion against Nike.
2013 College graduate and Associate Director of La Casa Latina Kareli Lizarraga ended her position and left the University on June 30.
The City of Philadelphia has reached a significant milestone — 70% of adults have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Latin American and Latinx Studies Program will become the Center for Latin American and Latinx Studies on July 1, aiming to provide students in the LALS program with more professional and academic opportunities.
Penn Students Against the Occupation of Palestine released a statement calling on the University to divest from and terminate contracts with companies complicit in "the illegal occupation of Palestine."