Penn President Amy Gutmann’s contract has been extended to 2022, which will make her the longest-serving president in Penn history.
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After Penn’s campus was shaken shortly after Election Day by racist GroupMe messages sent to freshman students of color, alumni were both outraged and vocally supportive of students.
For months now, the same red sign has greeted visitors at the front entrance desk of Pottruck Health and Fitness Center: “MPR Closed Until Further Notice.”
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price authored a letter voicing support for the University’s black student community on Friday.
As temperatures dropped to the low fifties, Hillary Clinton campaigned in front of a crowd of over 7,000 people at Penn Park Saturday night.
Penn President Amy Gutmann's salary dipped 2.7 percent to $3,333,878, according to the most recent tax data from the University.
Six out of eight Ivy League schools including Penn reported endowment investment losses in 2016 — a trend among top colleges across the nation this year.
Penn announced Tuesday a $15 million donation for the creation of the Sachs Arts Innovation Program.
The University announced a change to the nationwide Free Application for Federal Student Aid application — and Penn students applying for financial aid will be affected.
Cases of academic misconduct across Penn increased 8.6 percent, from 185 to 201 cases, in the last academic year, according to the 2016 Report of the Office of Student Conduct.
Penn reported an endowment investment loss of 1.4 percent, while the fund's overall value grew 6 percent to a record high of $10.7 billion, according to Bloomberg.
At some schools across the country, alumni have recently spoken up about their dissatisfaction with student activism at their alma maters, which led them to decrease or completely stop their donations. Student dissent on campus, however, does not appear to have swayed Penn’s alumni donors from digging into their pockets.
President Amy Gutmann spoke out against a suggestive email that sparked a protest against rape culture, condemning it as having “no place” at Penn.
A campaign created by Penn two years ago to encourage community dialogue will head into the fall semester with an open calendar.
This summer, the University altered two of its policies relating to sexual violence.
In the wake of Wharton and College undergraduate Arthur Halim’s death, his father Amin Halim remembered his son as a kind-hearted, caring and dedicated individual.
Eight years ago, a young man sat behind bars with nothing but a number two pencil in his hand and an idea in his head.
The last time “The Daily Show” correspondent Jordan Klepper was in town, he had his identity stolen at a bar.
Next week, Penn will share a piece of the Democratic National Convention’s spotlight.