President Liz Magill announced a University-wide action plan to combat antisemitism following significant donor backlash and safety concerns after on-campus incidents.
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Student organizers released a statement clarifying their chants made at a pro-Palestine march after misinformation spread online alleging that the phrases used were calling for "Jewish genocide."
Penn’s annual 60-Second Lectures series will return for the fall semester this Wednesday afternoon.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to upperclassmen who have words of advice for students who will be joining Penn's student body this fall.
Interim President Wendell Pritchett announced the winners of this year’s President’s Engagement, Innovation, and Sustainability Prizes, awarding six teams of Penn seniors and recent graduates with funding for various social impact projects.
The Penn community voiced mixed feelings about the University’s changing COVID-19 policies, citing concerns about transmission of the virus in classrooms and fears of new and highly contagious variants.
The restaurant El Taco, founded by two Wharton School graduates, opened its second location at 3716 Spruce Street on Penn's campus on March 9.
Path@Penn is now live, Student Registration and Financial Services announced to students on Monday.
Nearly 100 students and West Philadelphia residents gathered outside College Hall on Wednesday to demand that Penn prevent the eviction of residents from University City Townhomes — a housing development near Penn that is primarily occupied by Black and low-income Philadelphians — before the University Council meeting held that day.
Penn Residential Services announced in an email sent last Wednesday that, beginning on Jan. 19, the many offices located in Stouffer Commons are being temporarily relocated while the residential building undergoes renovations.
Political science professors at Penn, along with researchers across the globe, found that community policing practices did not reduce crime or improve trust in policing in communities in the Global South.
University City has experienced the fifth fastest office rent growth in North America between 2019 and 2021, according to commercial real estate firm CBRE.
First years living in the Quad have reported an abnormal amount of dust in their rooms, which they say is making them sick and leading to uncontrollable coughing.
Members of the inaugural class of New College House West residents have the opportunity to shape the dorm's identity for years to come.