The Graduate and Professional Student Assembly elected fifth-year Ancient History Ph.D. candidate Greg Callaghan and fourth-year Nursing Ph.D. Candidate Matthew Lee as GAPSA's next president and vice president, respectively, Wednesday night.
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As his Penn career comes to an end, senior offensive lineman Tommy Dennis has hopes of being drafted to the NFL.
More than 50 students, faculty, and staff members gathered Wednesday to honor the lives of the 359 people killed by bombings that struck several churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
Penn baseball grinded out a nail-biting victory on Wednesday, wrapping up its final midweek home game of the season in fine form.
After half a century of serving university students, professors, and the greater Philadelphia community, the Penn Book Center will be closing down this May, citing the growing market power of online retailers as the impetus for this decision.
The 2020 presidential election may be more than a year and a half away — but that’s not stopping Penn students from throwing their support behind their preferred candidates.
With one game left in the regular season, the Quakers are peaking at just the right time.
Penn women's lacrosse will aim to spoil the last home game for Harvard's soon-to-be graduates on their Senior Day.
While the eyes of the Penn Athletics world turn to Franklin Field for the Penn Relays this weekend, it might be easy to ignore the other Penn teams that are competing at the same time. With a number of key games on tap, here are three key questions to consider going into an important weekend of play.
Penn’s former associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Donald Stewart died from a heart attack on April 7.
The rise of the internet has transformed the media industry, upending the traditional print business model of journalism but also allowing outlets to reach larger audiences than previously imaginable.
Philadelphia City Commissioner candidates discussed their goals to improve local election processes on Penn's campus Tuesday night.
About 30 people gathered in Houston Hall to discuss sexual harassment and its impact on graduate students and faculty at Penn Tuesday night.
Over the past few years, senior thrower Rachel Lee Wilson has become one of the most dominant athletes in Penn track. The numbers don’t lie: Wilson currently holds the program record in the outdoor hammer throw (63.89 meters) and the indoor weight throw (20.53m). These numbers secured her a second consecutive title in the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships earlier this season.
As we approach the last day of classes, conversations around campus are shifting from final exams and projects to summer plans — be they family vacations, spontaneous road trips with friends, internships, or jobs.
For Michaela McMahon, playing college lacrosse might have seemed like fate.
With one player each from Canada, Croatia, Poland, and Russia, the 2019 Penn women’s tennis roster features 10 student-athletes who represent a greater number of countries than they do states. Ever since coach Sanela Kunovac took the reigns of the program, however, that kind of roster composition has been anything but abnormal.
With a chance to showcase the momentum it has garnered all season, Penn track will test its confidence in the historic 125th Penn Relays this weekend.
After a long-awaited return, it’s that time of year again.