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Students covered the Love Statue on Monday with colorful sticky notes displaying messages of support to honor former Counseling and Psychological Services Director Gregory Eells, who died on Sept. 9.
A year since Penn announced that sophomores would be required to live on campus starting in fall 2021, Greek life groups have been examining ways to blunt the policy's impact, such as potentially requiring upperclassmen to live in chapter houses.
Penn President Amy Gutmann called on student leaders to publicize mental health resources following the death of Gregory Eells, the executive director of Counseling and Psychological Services, at a University Council meeting Wednesday evening.
Penn was ranked No. 6 in the U.S. News & World Report ranking of United States universities, rising two spots from previous years.
The director of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority life for the past school year, Jazmyn Pulley, has left the position.
Penn instituted a new policy for revoking degrees from graduates who used fraud or other serious wrongdoing to obtain them.
Penn's First-Generation, Low-Income Center has hired its first full-time employee — Program Coordinator Toyce Holmes.
While some freshmen may be eager to join Greek life, the formal recruitment process for most sororities and fraternities doesn't start until after winter break. But incoming Penn students can prepare for recruitment season by brushing up on these facts.
Penn's School of Dental Medicine recently welcomed Patricia Corby as associate dean of Translational Research, a new position that focuses on coordinating dental research to benefit health.
Chris Murphy, a professor of practice in Penn’s Computer and Information Science department, has gained attention from students and administrators for his efforts to incorporate discussions of diversity and wellness into his computer science course.
Students, faculty, and staff from across the Philadelphia region came together April 11 to share a meal and celebrate Indigenous and Latinx identity.
1994 College graduate Michael Avenatti, the high-profile attorney and former lawyer for Stormy Daniels, is facing a 36-count indictment from federal prosecutors for stealing money from his clients.
The Wharton School launched the opening of the Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance Wednesday evening with a panel discussion featuring global financial technology leaders.
The Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy at Penn's Graduate School of Education recently conducted a study which found that many universities are providing misleading or incomplete information on their websites about their cost of attendance.
Capping off Penn's annual celebration of LGBTQ culture, the QPenn and Queer Student Alliance Drag Show drew crowds to watch local professionals and student performers.
QPenn, Penn's annual celebration of LGBTQ culture, focused on building community at Penn this year through collaborative events including a pride walk, a drag show, and discussions on mental health.
Penn's School of Dental Medicine has introduced a free-standing lactation suite to promote convenience for mothers on the go. Located on the second floor of the Dental School’s Robert Schattner Center, it is the first site in the University to house one of these specially designed units.
Television actress Laverne Cox talked about her experience as a transgender woman of color and her activism efforts Tuesday night in Irvine Auditorium.
Longtime administrator and 1986 Wharton MBA graduate Medha Narvekar was named Penn's Vice President and University Secretary by Penn President Amy Gutmann on Wednesday.
1963 College graduate Steve Wynn's former casino company, Wynn Resorts, will have to pay a $20 million fine after admitting it ignored employees who accused Wynn of sexual misconduct.