Penn's Social Deduction Club organized a 24-hour-long video game livestream to raise over $2,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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The Philadelphia School Board approved a resolution to cement citywide efforts to register young voters and encourage civic education at its meeting Thursday night.
In Penn Tea Club, students can learn about the social, cultural, and historical importance of tea drinking.
Penn Dining announced changes to dining services across campus, including extended hours, more meal exchange opportunities, and new breakfast offerings, in an email to students on Monday.
Wharton Dean Erika James hosted the second lecture of the Wharton’s Beyond Business lecture series on Tuesday, discussing how corporate governance has changed in the face of the climate crisis, social injustice, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education launched “Bridge to Math 114,” a website that provides supplementary preparatory materials for students taking the course this semester.
After missing in-person New Student Orientation last fall, the Class of 2024 became the first sophomore class to attend a specialized second-year orientation program.
Sophomores will participate in the first-ever second-year orientation program, after missing in-person New Student Orientation due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
Penn has joined other regional employers to form a coalition to address racial inequality in the Philadelphia economy.
George Washington University Law professor Catherine Ross discussed the tension between upholding the first amendment and preventing the spread of lies that threaten democracy at a virtual Penn event.
Doubling the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered each day would boost employment and the country's real gross domestic product, according to a new report by the Penn Wharton Budget Model.
A Wharton MBA for Executives student launched FindAShot.org, a website that allows users to check the availability of COVID-19 vaccine appointments at pharmacies across the United States.
President and 1968 graduate Donald Trump's final active legal challenge against Pennsylvania's election results was dismissed by the state Supreme Court on Saturday, protecting the almost 2.6 million mail ballots the Trump campaign was seeking to invalidate.
As the United States prepares to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine as early as next month, the Penn Science Cafe held an event discussing the ethical questions surrounding global vaccine distribution given a limited initial supply.
Despite plans to reopen Philadelphia schools on Nov. 30 for in-person hybrid learning, less than a third of the district’s 32,000 students have opted to return.
The Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy hosted a virtual panel discussion last week exploring the history of voter suppression and how it may occur in 2020.
Five female professors are suing Rutgers University, accusing the institution of paying them tens of thousands of dollars less annually than their male counterparts. The move comes days after Princeton University announced a settlement to address pay inequity.
The Record, Penn's official undergraduate yearbook, plans to donate a percentage of its profits from 2021 yearbooks sales to The School District of Philadelphia in response to Penn’s refusal to pay Payments in Lieu of Taxes, known as PILOTs.