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Next semester, some seniors will find their Penn InTouch schedule with a lot of empty space.
Several Penn students studying abroad in Israel spent Friday afternoon in a bomb shelter.
For ten students, the election won’t just decide their next president — it will also determine their newest neighbor.
For those looking to get ahead in the race for college degrees, Penn offers the chance to take on a dual identity.
With the introduction of the University’s new alcohol pilot program, many student groups are thinking about how on-campus parties will shake up Penn’s social scene.
While the latest release of college rankings has kept Penn’s campus abuzz, their effect on prospective applicants to the University has been up for debate.
The next great invention to change the world of medicine may come from the same professor who teaches your biology lecture.
After an autistic patient was denied a heart transplant at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, his mother started a petition to reverse the decision and place her son on the transplant list.
Penn’s national ranking is on the rise.
In the cutthroat world of startups, aspiring Penn entrepreneurs are finding unexpected support — both from prestigious competitions and their own peers.
Penn has announced revisions to its university-wide sexual violence policy.
Recent controversy at the University of Virginia has brought university governance — at both public universities and private ones like Penn — into the national spotlight.
Amid protests in a student-led petition, the Perelman School of Medicine announced its new plan for promoting diversity on Tuesday.
Former Republican presidential candidate and 1987 College graduate Jon Huntsman Jr. is returning to Penn’s Board of Trustees.
Penn professor and acclaimed historian Paul Fussell died on May 23 at age 88.
Penn has become one of the first universities to compensate employees in same-sex domestic partnerships who must pay taxes on healthcare benefits.
In addition to her duties representing the University, Penn President Amy Gutmann will be releasing a new book next month, entitled The Spirit of Compromise: Why Governing Demands It and Campaigning Undermines It.
At Penn’s 256th commencement on May 14, the University will honor seven individuals with honorary degrees. In this feature, The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at those who will be receiving honorary degrees.