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Despite some campus debate about his relevance to social change, many found Ashton Kutcher’s on-stage interview last night — part of the Lauren & Bobby Turner Social Impact Executive Speaker Series — pretty convincing.
Saul Steinberg, whose name is most recognizably attached to Steinberg-Dietrich Hall and the Steinberg Conference Center, died Friday in his sleep at his Manhattan home.
Rita Hodges, the assistant director at the Netter Center for Community Partnerships and 2005 College graduate, recently co-authored “The Road Half Traveled.” The book is about 10 national universities, including Penn, that are leaders in civic engagement in their communities.
As the holidays approach this year, Penn students may be feeling a little more cheery all thanks to one Facebook page.
When students think of comedy, the first thing to come to mind may be Mask & Wig or Bloomers, but not a Penn administrator.
Penn is beginning to expand its reaccreditation review process by actively seeking feedback from a new constituency — the student body.
As students begin to consider leases, they may be surprised to see that their lease dates look different than those from years before.
In March, the administration issued its first ever 100-year bond and it’s looking to be a gift that keeps on giving.
Penn is making headway on advancing faculty diversity with a series of recent appointments of presidential term professors.
Though speculation has arisen since last week’s election over whether 1987 College graduate Jon Huntsman Jr. may be first in line to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, some in the Penn community are skeptical of these rumors.
During his time at Penn, Joseph Ahearn never saw himself as the cornerstone of several political campaigns. A classical studies and American history major, the 2007 College graduate was not especially involved in politics as a student.
Although Penn’s fiscal year 2012 endowment return was much less than last year’s, it appears to have emerged as a relatively strong performer in the broader world of higher education.
Penn’s Board of Trustees convened at the Inn at Penn for two days to discuss the various issues pertinent to the University and opportunities for expansion.
Penn is looking to provide a glimpse into its global reach with a modern touch.
From altering course syllabi to adjusting off-campus leasing schedules, the campus community is preparing for fall 2013 classes to begin earlier than they have in nearly four decades.
Penn is looking to expand its influence abroad with the establishment of its first-ever center in China.
Kristin Gilbertson — the woman who helped drive the transformation of Penn’s endowment portfolio — announced her decision to step down from her position as chief investment officer Monday.
The link between Penn President Amy Gutmann and Princeton University President Shirley Tilghman runs deeper than a fierce basketball rivalry between the two schools.
Penn’s endowment return for fiscal year 2012 has put the University in the middle of the pack of Ivies that have also announced their investment performance.