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Penn President Amy Gutmann called Penn a "safe space for students, faculty and staff" and defended the economic diversity of its student body in a sit-down interview Thursday with three Daily Pennsylvanian editors.
A group of roughly 150 students across different undergraduate and graduate schools marched from Locust Walk at 12 p.m. on Wednesday to the district office of Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) to hand-deliver a letter signed by upwards of 3,000 members of the Penn community.
The highway to the international arrivals gate at Philadelphia International Airport was backed up with cars at 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, but most people weren’t headed to catch flights.
Penn sent out an email on Sunday, advising students from the seven Muslim-majority countries temporarily barred from entering the United States by President Donald Trump’s recent executive order to defer travel.
morning, thousands of protestors marched from Love Park in Center
City to the Loews Philadelphia Hotel to protest 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump's policies on the day of his arrival in Philadelphia for the GOP retreat.
WASHINGTON — The day after 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, half a million protesters, including representatives from many student groups from Penn, descended on Washington, D.C. to attend the Women’s March on Washington.
Penn President Amy Gutmann attended a ceremony for outgoing Vice President Joe Biden where he was unexpectedly awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, according to a screenshot from the Washington Post livestream and confirmed by spokesperson for Amy Gutmann, Leah Popowich.
Vice President Joe Biden will be doing foreign policy work at Penn after he leaves office, and will be creating a separate organization called the Biden Trust to continue his "Cancer Moonshot" initiative, according to comments he made on Tuesday.
A woman was reportedly robbed at gunpoint at the Bank of America branch at 3925 Walnut St. on Monday night.
Martina Westcott, a 2011 College graduate, was charged with murder after fatally shooting Terrell Bruce on Tuesday. Westcott shot Bruce while while he was driving down Walnut Lane in Germantown as she sat in the passenger seat.
A collage of 88 different writers and filmmakers replaced the poster of Audre Lorde on the wall above the main staircase of Fisher-Bennett Hall on Thursday, Jed Esty, Penn English professor and department chair wrote in an emailed statement.
Penn wants to replace The Fresh Grocer at 40th and Walnut streets with an Acme Markets location, according to a spokesperson from The Fresh Grocer.
Every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the hour, the sound of bells fills Penn’s campus. But unlike universities with prominent bell towers, Penn’s bells are nowhere to be seen.
Connor Wright is only a freshman, but he has already made massive murals for the St. Louis Cardinals and Facebook headquarters and counts Mark Zuckerberg as a fan.
More than 460 Penn faculty members signed an open letter on Thursday calling on President-elect and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump to condemn the racist GroupMe chat sent to a group of black Penn freshman students last week.
Over the past few years, Yuhong He — a therapist at Counseling and Psychological Services — has noticed that most of the students showing up to CAPS’ international student support group were Chinese international students.
You might be skeptical if a girl you barely knew approached you on Locust Walk or on Facebook and asked you to show up to a loft in Center City to have meaningful discussion for three hours with 20 strangers. But so far it’s been working pretty well for College junior Serena Bian.
By the time current pre-med undergraduates attend medical school, they will be studying completely new primary health curricula, thanks to Penn's new Center for Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care.
Between racially-targeted rhetoric from presidential candidates or protests over racialized police violence, politics has become personal for many Penn students this election cycle. And administrators at Counseling and Psychological Services noticed in individual sessions, that the political and cultural climate was affecting students emotionally.
On Friday, Counseling and Psychological Services announced that it will extend its hours to weekday evenings and Saturdays.