Penn ranked No. 6 in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2023-2024 list of Best National Universities, moving up one spot from last year.
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The Penn Museum will begin renovations on its Ancient Egypt and Nubia Galleries this fall, in its most extensive construction project to date.
Penn Medicine reported its full-year earnings last week, revealing higher revenue and operating income than the previous year.
A pilot initiative led by the Netter Center for Community Partnerships and the Graduate School of Education provides interactive summer programs for elementary school students in Philadelphia.
Penn’s seven Cultural Resource Centers — the LGBT Center, Pan-Asian American Community House, La Casa Latina, Greenfield Intercultural Center, Makuu: The Black Cultural Center, Penn Women’s Center, and the Spiritual and Religious Life Center — offer students a place to find a community for support and growth.
The Housing Initiative at Penn will receive over $600,000 from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development to study the effects of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program on eviction rates.
The United States House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs sent a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken requesting information about his role at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
This spring, the Stuart Weitzman School of Design will showcase the legacy of Minerva Parker Nichols, America’s first independent female architect.
The Warren Alpert Foundation donated $9.7 million to Penn Medicine to support genetic counselors' educational and research efforts.
Members of Fossil Free Penn and other activists held a press conference and rally on College Green this morning to discuss their ongoing encampment and the alleged intimidation they have faced from Penn administrators.
The University of Pennsylvania saw one of the largest rises in costs of attendance nationwide since the pandemic, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Princeton University announced last Thursday that students whose families earn less than $100,000 a year will have all of their fees covered by financial aid.
Hundreds of protestors rallied against the impending eviction of University City Townhomes residents on Wednesday evening at Philadelphia City Hall, prompting council members to release statements in solidarity with residents.
Former Perelman School of Medicine Microbiology Department Chair Neal Nathanson died on Aug. 11 at age 94 due to complications resulting from leukemia and pneumonia.
Over 30 children residing in the University City Townhomes — a housing development near Penn primarily occupied by Black and low-income Philadelphians — may have to switch schools as their families face eviction.
Campus Pride — a nonprofit organization advocating for LGBTQ college students — recognized Penn on its 2022 “Best of the Best” list.
Twitter Inc. accepted 1997 College and Wharton graduate Elon Musk's offer to purchase Twitter for approximately $44 billion on Monday.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Dane Greisiger, former president of The Daily Pennsylvanian, Inc. and incoming associate for Boston Consulting Group.
Cosmic Writers — a nonprofit creative writing education program founded by College senior Rowana Miller — held its launch event on Jan. 20.
Penn senior and women's swimmer Lia Thomas has made local and national headlines for her recent record-breaking performance on the team.