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1999 College graduate John Legend was spotted at Penn Law School earlier today.
Three Penn Law students are creating a group to provide mentorship for first-generation law students
Three Penn Law School students are establishing a group called First Generation Professionals, which seeks to help students that come from similar backgrounds to connect and to mentor younger first-generation students.
With its new contract with Independence Blue Cross, the Penn Health System has forged a new partnership with the largest health insurer in Philadelphia.
A man high on mushrooms and marijuana ran a red light last week, among other crimes in the patrol zone
Penn Police Captain Joe Fischer is retiring at the end of June after 12 years in the position, and 46 years as a police officer.
As the weather warms, more students are having packages stolen off their porch.
The Monument Lab project will be the largest art exhibition in Philly history, and Penn students can participate
The largest outdoors art project in Philadelphia’s history is coming to the city in fall 2017, and Penn students have the opportunity to be a part of it.
SEPTA Chief of Police Tom Nestel's contacts at Penn defend his character in face of cronyism accusations
Even as SEPTA Chief of Police Tom Nestel's ethics have recently come into question, his contacts at Penn stand by him.
Harvard Law School recently announced they will allow students to submit the Graduate Record Examination in place of the Law School Admission Test, but some Penn Law School students don't think Penn should do the same.
Free speech at colleges nationwide has once again become a topic of discussion after protestors at an event at Middlebury College became violent.
A Penn School of Nursing professor is being honored for her contribution to nursing research on the international level. Her mentee says she changed her life, and her mentor said she works tirelessly to improve the outcome of medical treatment for older adults.
One Penn Professor's research shows the involvement of guns in domestic violence decreases the likelihood of injury
Research by one Penn professor produced a surprising result about intimate partner violence: The involvement of a gun reduced the likelihood of injury.
Penn has hired more minority faculty, but Provost Price and Vice Provost Allen say 'bias' is still a challenge
Diversity was on the docket at an open Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday.
University City continues to set the trend for innovation in Pennsylvania, with 36 companies receiving over $2 million in tax credits for profitable startups.
The tomb of an emperor, a ‘notorious’ art dealer and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology recently converged across over 13,000 years of art history.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System paid $845,000 to settle a lawsuit over “improperly billing Medicare” for unnecessary cardiovascular procedures, according to a United States Attorney’s Office press release.