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A United States House of Representatives committee asked Penn for information about its endowment, citing alleged investments in "adversarial" entities.
Workers at the Penn Museum are continuing to negotiate a new contract with museum administration.
A new master plan for Clark Park in West Philadelphia is in the works, with discussion of installing public bathrooms and making the playground accessible for children with disabilities.
Kings Court English College House is experiencing a “rapid increase” in rodent and pest sightings, specifically in its Kings Court building.
McDonald’s longtime location on 40th and Walnut streets closed on Jan. 16, paving the way for its redevelopment into a mixed-used office building operated by Penn.
President Joe Biden announced that he will extend the pause on federal student loan payments through June 30, 2023.
In his new book, Wharton professor Peter Fader outlines what he views as the failure of companies to understand customer behavior, proposing a data-based framework.
Penn Abroad will offer seven programs recently approved for credit in fall 2023 as study abroad sessions for the semester continue.
Sharing Excess — a local food rescue nonprofit — is giving away millions of free avocados to the public from Wednesday to Friday this week, due to a large surplus.
Theologian and activist Sabrina Dent will discuss how diverse faith, gender, and racial identities conflict with national identity tomorrow at an SNF Paideia event.
Workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art went on an indefinite strike Monday after two years of failed negotiations, demanding higher wages and health care benefits.