The Supreme Court recently announced it will hear a case regarding the use of race in Harvard University's admissions — which could have a widespread impact on affirmative action policies.
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New College House West's first group of residents are largely impressed with the amenity-filled living experience.
Tables of excited students recruiting first years to their clubs lined Locust Walk on the first day of classes Tuesday afternoon, marking the start of the three-day Student Activities Council Fall Activities Fair.
During the month-long Islamic holiday of Ramadan, Muslim students at Penn have been fasting from sunrise to sunset each day, and observing various religious practices while attempting to balancing the schoolwork demanded by finals.
Perelman School of Medicine professor Carl June received the $1 million Sanford Lorraine Cross Award for his work in cancer cell therapy.
Penn Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania ranked among the top 500 large employers nationwide in a recent Forbes report.
Penn Law School announced the creation of three new full tuition scholarships created in honor of the first Black woman to graduate from the Law School.
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine found that pregnant mothers who have had COVID-19 can transfer antibodies to their fetuses, providing them with some protection.
Philadelphia is launching a COVID-19 vaccine sign-up site, prompting confusion among residents due to a city-partner's existing vaccine registry.
Bella Kaufman, president of the Sheba Comprehensive Cancer Center, has been awarded the Basser Global Prize by Penn’s Basser Center for BRCA.
Philadelphia ranked No. 13 for best cities for dating during the COVID-19 pandemic in a recent report from Apartment List.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will hold a town hall in Philadelphia on Oct. 15 in lieu of the second presidential debate.