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Lambda Phi Epsilon, Penn's only Asian-interest fraternity, has been shut down indefinitely by the national headquarters after "significant evidence of hazing."
Pennsylvania's Attorney General's Office has charged Penn Annenberg School for Communication lecturer Desiree Peterkin Bell with a half dozen counts of public corruption, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Former Penn student Blaze Bernstein went missing over winter break while visiting his family before being found dead in a park in Orange County, Calif. in January. Within weeks, Samuel Woodward, a former high school classmate of Bernstein, was arrested for his murder. Since then, prosecutors in the case have accused Woodward of killing Bernstein in a hate crime because the Penn student was Jewish and gay.
To promote the importance of Asian American studies and to clear misconceptions surrounding the program on campus, students in the Asian American Studies program at the University of Pennsylvania launched “#ASiAM."
A memo recently revealed the Trump administration might narrow the term "gender" to be defined according to biological sex — a move that would dramatically curtail recognition of transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals under federal law. The report prompted swift backlash across the nation and at Penn, where students, faculty, and administrators have said they would fight the change.
Nearly a hundred members of the Penn community crowded together on College Green to honor the lives of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims.
This year, Penn's Office of the Ombuds’ annual report found a significant increase in the number of people who came to the office to discuss instances of sexual harassment and violence. In the past several years, the ombuds' report has consistently reported that no student or faculty member reported instances of sexual harassment or violence. This year, the number jumped to five complaints.
Gideon Bernstein and Jeanne Pepper, parents of former Penn student Blaze Bernstein, came to campus on Monday evening for the second time since the death of their son.
Penn Law professor Amy Wax, notorious for making controversial comments that have attracted national attention, has weighed in on the sexual misconduct allegations levied against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Penn's Physics and Astronomy Department now lists gender pronouns on its website for some of its student, faculty, and staff members in an effort to combat stigma, encourage respectful communication, and promote the department's inclusivity.
Former President Barack Obama urged students and local residents to enact change and vote for Democrats in the upcoming November elections at a campaign rally in Philadelphia.
After more than a year and a half of student- and faculty-led advocacy, Penn has hired Rupa Pillai, a scholar of anthropology and Asian American studies, as the newest, full-time lecturer in the University's Asian American Studies program.
Less than two years after a Penn spokesperson denied any direct involvement between Penn and the slave trade, Penn President Amy Gutmann penned a statement to the community this summer formally acknowledging that 75 of Penn's former trustees, including the University's first Provost William Penn, were slave owners.
A California high school senior's commencement speech abruptly ended after the school’s administrators cut her microphone right before she began to speak about sexual assault.
Jamie-Lee Josselyn, who was the pre-major academic advisor of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein, will be dedicating her participation in the Blue Cross Broad Street Run on May 6 to the Penn student, who died in a homicide in January.
English professor and longtime standing faculty member of the Asian American Studies program Josephine Park will be taking over as the program’s interim director for the next academic year. Students and faculty members, however, still say they fear for the future of the program.
Asian American Studies program leaders say there is no ongoing search for a director of Penn's ASAM program — which has been operating without a director since Grace Kao's departure in January 2017 — despite indications from the University administration otherwise.
As the debate around Penn Law professor Amy Wax continues to grow, pundits are calling her comments and her experience emblematic for what they see as larger, endemic issues within higher education. In the past weekend alone, a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement has weighed in on Wax's comments, prompting a fiery response from a notable critic of the BLM movement.
Penn Law School Dean Ted Ruger announced last week that Penn Law professor Amy Wax would be barred from teaching a mandatory first-year course. While students and alumni largely expressed gratitude for this action, many say that more needs to be done for diversity initiatives at the school.