Just days after the official launch of her run for Philadelphia’s next mayor, former City Councilmember and 1993 College graduate Helen Gym spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian about her campaign priorities.
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Former Councilmember and 1993 College graduate Helen Gym announced her campaign for Philadelphia mayor.
Penn announced that Liz Magill’s presidential inauguration is scheduled for Homecoming Weekend — Oct. 21 and 22.
Over 100 protestors interrupted Penn President Liz Magill minutes into her first-ever Convocation speech, bringing the ceremony to an abrupt end.
On a slow afternoon just over 30 years ago, Smokey Joe's owner Paul Ryan walked into The Palladium — a restaurant previously located at the center of Penn's campus — and offered one of its bartenders a chance to perform at Smokes' the following week.
Penn graduate and Rhodes Scholar Mackenzie Fierceton spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian about her feature in The New Yorker, the Penn administration’s response, and what she hopes to accomplish by sharing her story — on Penn’s campus and beyond.
Following public outcry, Penn lifts hold on former Rhodes Scholar Mackenzie Fierceton’s master’s degree
Penn has released its hold on a master of social work degree from Mackenzie Fierceton — the former Rhodes Scholarship recipient who filed a lawsuit against the University following its investigation into allegations that she falsified her status as a first-generation, low-income student and survivor of abuse.
Cheat Codes and Flo Milli will headline the first in-person Spring Fling concert since 2019 next month.
Penn’s Social Planning and Events Committee is hosting a launch party this Wednesday to announce the lineup of artists that will perform at the annual Spring Fling concert — the first since 2019 — on April 8.
Penn’s Board of Trustees has unanimously confirmed Liz Magill as the University's ninth president.
Senate to vote on Penn President Amy Gutmann’s confirmation as U.S. ambassador to Germany this afternoon
The entire Senate will vote to confirm Penn President Amy Gutmann’s U.S. ambassadorship to Germany on Tuesday afternoon.
Meet M. Elizabeth “Liz” Magill, the legal expert and longtime academic who will serve as the University’s ninth president.
The nomination of Penn President Amy Gutmann for U.S. ambassador to Germany will advance to a vote from the full Senate after Wednesday morning's committee meeting.
Just before midnight on Monday night, two gunmen shot two victims waiting in their car at a red light at the intersection of 38th and Chestnut streets, near Penn’s campus.
Penn Democrats hosted a virtual dialogue on Zoom on Monday featuring Rebecca Rhynhart, the first woman elected as city controller of Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania’s General Election Day ran smoothly at Penn, with nearly 400 ballots cast at campus polling locations after political groups' voter mobilization efforts.
A Hindu advocacy group has filed a federal complaint against Penn for its participation in a conference that discussed the rise of Hindu nationalism.
About 50 students from Penn and local universities gathered via Zoom Tuesday evening to participate in a civil dialogue on contentious issues young people are debating today, from Greek life to misinformation.
Nearly a year ago, University and city leaders pledged $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia in efforts to address the environmental hazards, including asbestos and lead, in the city's public school buildings. Now, as the schools continue to struggle with environmental hazards, various members of the Penn community are still hopeful the donation can help mitigate the issue — but worry that it may not be enough.
Wharton graduate and Penn faculty member Evan McMullin announced on Tuesday his candidacy for the Senate in Utah for next year’s midterm elections, in a challenge to replace conservative Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah).