Johnathan Christian Smith, a member of the Class of 2019, died at home in Trinidad following a cancer diagnosis, the University announced on Wednesday.
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Police responded to a robbery Saturday afternoon at 40th and Walnut streets, according to a UPennAlert around 1:50 p.m.
Fossil Free Penn has just called on the University to divest from holdings in fossil fuel companies in light of President Donald Trump’s decision to exit the Paris Agreement, according to an open letter published Monday.
Penn President Amy Gutmann who is already one of the highest-paid university presidents in the country, made over $3.5 million in 2015, a 6.09 percent rise from the previous year.
Penn President Amy Gutmann’s total salary climbed to a record $3,537,020 in 2015, according to the most recent records Penn filed to the Internal Revenue Service.
Six campus eateries are slated to close by the end of June, a University official confirmed on Thursday.
Penn doesn’t just command a top-notch academic reputation — it is also the “most beautiful college” in the state of Pennsylvania, according to a list released by Travel + Leisure Magazine.
Larry Krasner, the civil rights attorney who has become the darling of national progressives in recent weeks, cruised to victory in the Democratic primary for Philadelphia’s next district attorney.
Jonathan Zimmerman, a professor in the Graduate School of Education, called on universities to cut ties with fraternities in a blistering op-ed published by The Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday.
The Division of Public Safety has received several reports of burglaries on the west end of campus, according to an email sent to students, faculty and staff on Monday afternoon.
Amid selfies, Snapchat posts and teary-eyed emojis galore, the Class of 2017 took a final twirl around Franklin Field this morning, officially entering the ranks of Penn alumni.
Dennis DeTurck, the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will step down from his post at the head of Penn’s largest undergraduate school. The decision was announced in an email on Thursday sent by Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Steven J. Fluharty.
Jay Gottfried, a neuroscientist who studies how the brain translates perception into smells, will join the University faculty as the 18th Penn Integrates Knowledge professor, according to an announcement by Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price.
A pro-life protest outside College Hall last week was condemned on Friday as an attempt to “traumatize and shame” people who’ve had abortions, according to a statement released by the Penn Association for Gender Equity, a group that advocates for women’s rights.
Close to 130 university presidents wrote to President-elect Donald Trump last week, urging him to disavow the hateful, racist attacks that have been committed in his name and which have plagued campuses throughout the country, including at Penn.
The SEPTA strike, which occurred over seven days at the beginning of November and ruined many a routine commute also made the city’s air far more polluted, a Philadelphia Department of Public Health report determined last week.
Penn announced the formation of a task force to address the “negative influence of unaffiliated and unsupervised groups,” according to an email sent by Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price to students, faculty and staff.
Several fraudulent employers have appeared recently in the PennLink job search database, Career Services Associate Director David S. Ross said in an email on Thursday.
More than 5,000 SEPTA workers went on strike at 12:01 a.m., the Transportation Workers Union 234 announced in a statement early Tuesday morning.
Mayor's spokesperson blasts Penn as 'hypocritical' and 'morally wrong' to not make PILOT contributions
The communications director for Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney slammed Penn on Sunday for declining to make voluntary payments to the School District of Philadelphia in a tweetstorm, saying the school had not lived up to its "Civic Ivy" name.