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School of Veterinary Medicine first year Natalie Kim died on Oct. 23.
Advance course registration for spring 2024 opened on Oct. 30, and many students are searching for courses that "double count" by fulfilling two separate College requirements: a Foundational Approach and a Sector Requirement.
Penn President Liz Magill has resigned, the University announced in an email to the Penn community late Saturday afternoon.
Palestinian and Arab student affinity groups, along with event organizers, pushed back against Penn's response to the upcoming Palestinian literature festival taking place on campus later this week.
Penn administrators addressed widespread criticism about an upcoming Palestinian literature festival being held on campus.
The Supreme Court's decision to strike down race-conscious admissions in higher education has caused shockwaves across the country. Columnists at The Daily Pennsylvanian and Penn community members alike have shared their thoughts, reactions, and insights.
Months into the Class of 2023's first year at Penn, students were instructed to evacuate campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residents and fellows at Penn Medicine voted to unionize, making them the first housestaff union in Pennsylvania.
Lauv will headline the concert for the 50th anniversary of Spring Fling this month.
As advanced course registration for fall 2023 begins on March 20, The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled all of the classes that "double count" for more than one general education requirement within the College.
Musician and statesman Wyclef Jean visited Penn on Feb. 24 to speak about his experience moving to the United States from Haiti, how he pivoted his career over time, and advice for creating tangible change in the world.
A group of student protestors interrupted a Penn Alumni event with President Liz Magill on Feb. 10, urging Penn to preserve the University City Townhomes as affordable housing.
Workers in Falk Dining Commons in Steinhardt Hall come in to work each day ready to serve students at Penn Hillel, but — behind the scenes — they say their dedication is taken for granted.
As The Daily Pennsylvanian, Inc. continues its 139th year of publication, its board of student editors and managers has reflected on the first half of the year while making plans for the rest of the semester, focusing on reaching audiences with innovative content formats and strengthening internal newsroom culture.
College sophomore Maurice Campbell died on Dec. 20.
In 2022, the Penn community navigated changes in University administration, campus renovations, and student protests.
Former United States President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump announced his third presidential campaign on Tuesday.
Today, Nov. 8, are the 2022 midterm elections. Before you head to the polls today, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing polling locations at Penn and a brief run-down on all the candidates for students registered to vote on campus.