Princeton’s Board of Trustees voted to extend President Christopher Eisgruber’s tenure for at least five more years.
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The Princeton University administration will leave a controversial quote from a professor on a university-affiliated website after faculty members and a nonprofit group have criticized its inclusion.
As COVID-19 cases rise in Philadelphia, city health officials are encouraging residents to wear masks indoors and in public spaces.
Penn Law School, Perelman School of Medicine, and the Wharton School have all ranked within the top 10 institutions on their respective U.S. News & World Report ranking lists for 2023.
Penn Medicine, Drexel University, and Wawa are offering free SEPTA Key cards to employees that will be available starting May 1.
Philadelphia officials will begin enforcing Philadelphia’s plastic bag ban on April 1, six months after the ban first went into effect on Oct. 1.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the Abramson Cancer Center at Penn Medicine has been awarded a 5-year $12.3 million grant to study a new form of radiation therapy for cancer patients.
Members of the Paul Robeson High School community are calling on the Philadelphia School District to renovate the school.
Philadelphia lifted its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for indoor dining and other establishments that serve food and drinks on Feb. 16.
In accordance with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the School District of Philadelphia has updated its masking guidelines.
Penn filed a lawsuit against Roche's Genentech Inc. on Tuesday, alleging that the biotechnology company infringed on a patent for technology discovered at Penn.
While Pennsylvania hospitals remain understaffed, state health officials voice hope amid decreasing COVID-19 case counts.
Penn plans to invest over $4 million into the Henry C. Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Moshe Porat, former dean of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, was convicted of committing fraud to raise Temple’s business programs in national rankings.
Cynthia Sung, an assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics department, was featured in the Oct. 20 episode of "Mission Unstoppable" with iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove.
Vicinity Energy, which supplies energy to Penn and other institutions in Center City, released a formal complaint against the city-owned energy company Philadelphia Gas Works on Oct. 22, accusing it of engaging in anti-competitive and predatory tactics.
Two faculty members from the Perelman School of Medicine have been elected to join the National Academy of Medicine, one of the highest honors in the field of health and medicine.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced that $1 million It’s On Us PA grants are available to colleges, universities, and postsecondary schools in the state to combat sexual violence.
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center’s Trauma Division launched a three-year partnership with the United States Navy to optimize trauma care for military clinicians.
Penn Medicine and the Wharton Social Impact Initiative are partnering to launch a $5 million investment for early-stage businesses aiming to solve social problems affecting the health of low-income Philadelphians.