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Penn issues second apology for housing remains of MOVE bombing victims

(04/28/21 6:58pm)

The Penn Museum and University administrators issued a second apology to the Africa family and Penn community members for housing the remains of at least one child killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing, and committed to a comprehensive review of its possession of the remains, following nationwide coverage and uproar.









‘I would like my normal lungs back’: Students recount physical and emotional toll of COVID-19

(01/27/21 7:40am)

Engineering and College sophomore Julia Lottman tested positive for COVID-19 the first week she returned from her spring break trip to Barcelona, Spain in March 2020. After feeling normal for a couple days, she soon developed fatigue and severe body aches, leading to a two-week quarantine in her basement. 





Penn professors say the Trump campaign's Pa. election lawsuits are 'frivolous'

(11/13/20 5:15am)

President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s campaign has launched a widespread legal campaign in numerous battleground states he lost, including multiple lawsuits in Pennsylvania. But Penn’s legal experts and a student witness to the vote-counting process allege the claims are frivolous, arguing the lawsuits attack the foundation of the American electoral system.