Penn has seen a decline in students graduating with degrees in the humanities and in the social sciences since 2003 while simultaneously seeing a spike in the number of students graduating with degrees in natural sciences.
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No open investigation exists against Penn’s women’s groups, despite Title IX complaint filed in June
On June 22, the National Coalition for Men filed a Title IX complaint against 22 Penn programs for allegedly discriminating against males. The complaint is one of several the male advocacy group has filed against various universities across the country.
After a day of historically high turnout at the polls, Penn students gathered at bars, fraternity houses, and dorm lounges to monitor the results of Tuesday's midterm elections. The atmosphere across campus changed as various races were called throughout the night, but as the early morning approached, it grew clear that the Democrats had taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives while the Republican party had secured a majority in the U.S. Senate.
The student tour guides of the Kite and Key Society spend hundreds of hours each year welcoming around 75,000 visitors to Penn's campus.
President Donald Trump returned to the city of his alma mater to boast about a booming economy in Philadelphia before thousands of electrical contractors from across the nation.
Some of the sharpest minds in politics and national security convened at Irvine Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon to discuss issues of national security, the refugee crisis, and the state of American democracy.
With the opioid epidemic gripping the nation, Naloxone has emerged as a vital medication that can swiftly reverse overdoses. Now, the medicine will be available to Penn's campus and to the nearby community.
An unarmed robbery was reported in the area of 3401 Spruce St. on Wednesday night. The initial UPennAlert was sent at approximately 8:30 p.m.
A total of 161 documented crimes took place at Penn this summer between May 16 and Aug. 16, according to data provided by the Division of Public Safety.
Fate of Fresh Grocer hangs in the balance as it appeals the latest ruling in court case against Penn
Penn announced it would replace the Fresh Grocer with an Acme store roughly a year and a half ago. Nevertheless, the 24/7 supermarket on the corner of 40th and Walnut streets has yet to shut its doors.
Penn’s chapter of Pi Lambda Phi has been removed from their chapter house on 3914 Spruce St. and will be replaced by Drexel's chapter starting in the fall semester.
The Philadelphia Police Department urged residents of West Philadelphia to be on alert after three women were sexually assaulted in the area last week. The suspect, Robert Johnson, has since turned himself into the Philadelphia Police, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Starbucks has entered the limelight for the second time this year, as a Penn graduate student was allegedly mocked for his stutter by staff at a University City Starbucks.
On June 22, a black family went to see the 7:45 p.m. showing of "Jurassic World" at the Cinemark at the intersection of 40th and Walnut streets. A couple hours later, they were surrounded by six police officers.
A robbery was reported at TD Bank on 3735 Walnut Street, prompting an initial UPenn Alert and a subsequent "all clear" alert on April 25. The bank is across the street from Huntsman Hall and a few doors west of Pottruck Health and Fitness Center.
The annual budget for Penn Student Government will exceed $2.5 million for the first time in Penn's history. The budget for the 2018-2019 financial year, which was determined by the Undergraduate Assembly, was recently approved.
As the Trump administration's sweeping immigration polices continue to play out in federal courts, the immigration status of students across the country have hung in the balance, and universities have had to ask themselves what role they must serve to their affected students.
After more than six and half months of working without a contract, the stalemate in negotiations between members of the Penn Police Association and Division of Public Safety has ended.
After more than six months of officers working without a contract, the Penn Police Association and Division of Public Safety have decided upon a new collective bargaining agreement.
Penn formally adopted a controversial set of new alcohol and drug policies, enacting sweeping changes to Penn social life.