Penn’s endowment saw a less than 1% return for the 2022 fiscal year ending June 30, posting an annual increase from $20.5 billion to $20.7 billion.
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The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression ranks Penn second-to-last college in free speech
A recent ranking placed Penn second to last for free speech on college campuses, prompting mixed reactions from some students.
Penn is actively working to support the Middle East Center after it lost all of its federal funding, Vice Provost for Education Karen Detlefsen said at a recent webinar.
The Wharton School has appointed Renita Miller as the business school’s first-ever chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer.
Insomnia Cookies, the late-night bakery started by 2004 College graduate Seth Berkowitz at Penn in 2003, announced in June that they will open an experimental headquarters in Center City.
West Philadelphia staple microbrewery Dock Street West closed down at the end of May.
Vice President Kamala Harris called for new regulations to help American union workers at a Philadelphia rally on Tuesday.
Wharton School professor Lawrence Hrebiniak died in his home at the age of 78 on Jan. 18 due to pulmonary heart failure.
Cornell University moved its Ithaca campus to an increased level of precaution following an unexpected rise in COVID-19 cases.
Neuralink — a brain chip company founded by 1997 College and Wharton graduate Elon Musk — issued a response to a lawsuit alleging animal abuse by the company.
The Penn Cultural Heritage Center is holding a virtual lecture on antiquities trafficking and art crime.
Following Harvard's decision to enact sanctions against professor John Comaroff — who has received misconduct allegations — 38 Harvard faculty members signed an open letter questioning the results of the investigation.
Two Penn transfer students founded a club to teach students the art of Chinese calligraphy.
The Wistar Institute recently received a $4 million grant to study the effects of COVID-19 on at-risk populations, as well as new COVID-19 treatments for future use.
A recent Penn Medicine study supports a theory that people who work irregular hours are more likely to gain weight and develop diabetes.
Perry World House recently received a $500,000 grant to strengthen the relationship between Penn research and the global policy community.