An arrest has been made after a team of three thieves stole unattended items in buildings across campus over the past few weeks.
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It may come as a surprise to some, but life on campus goes on after students leave for their summer activities, and that includes the Penn athletics and recreational programs.
Penn Medicine researchers have found that language in Facebook posts can help identify 21 medical conditions including diabetes, anxiety, and depression.
“We’re here to make a statement. We’re here to start a fight. We’re here to let the people know that breathing is our right.”
In just her first year of collegiate competition, rising sophomore Mayyi Mahama of Penn track and field has risen to the top of the Ivy League.
There’s no denying that Penn’s location in West Philadelphia isn’t the safest. As students, we sometimes get notifications about places to stay away from due to crime, violence, or other dangers.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is now the No. 2 pediatric hospital in America, according to U.S. News & World Report.
I always thought I hated my high school. Although it was relatively large as far as public high schools go (around 2500 students across all grades), nestled as it was in a small town, I couldn’t help but feel that by the time graduation hit, everyone knew each other just a little too well. The school board was embroiled in small town politics, and the decisions they handed down on a number of issues rarely lined up with the interests of the students. The physical structure of the building in which I spent four years of my life had started to feel small and suffocating, and I was ready for a change. When I walked across the stage at graduation, diploma in hand, I fully intended to never look back.
Penn women’s lacrosse associate head coach Melissa Lehman has been hired as head coach of Rutgers women’s lacrosse.
Two workers were stranded on top of the scaffolding that partially collapsed on the east side of Van Pelt Library Monday afternoon.
There’s something about going home for the summer that initially seems so satisfying. It’s been about two months since your last break, and you’ve just finished a grueling round of finals, so you feel more than ready to see your dog or curl up in your own bed. But a few hours after that first warm hug and that nice “I’ve missed you” from your loved ones, you get hit with a wave of questions about your intended area of study and subsequent career plans. Expect to be compared to at least one relative in the family, and field a few questions on why you’re not more like him or her.
A Penn graduate sued her high school after failing to gain an unconditional college acceptance in 2014. Now, she is taking her case to the Supreme Court.
Ten hours. That’s more time than most of us spend sleeping. More time than we spend hanging out with our friends. More time than we spend going on a walk or working out at the gym.
The Penn Museum has moved the 12.5–ton Sphinx of Ramses II for the first time in nearly a century.
Three Penn professors recently received a $4.5 million grant to establish a clinical center researching autoimmune diseases. The new center, called the Autoimmunity Center of Excellence, is the fifth of its kind in the U.S.
Roughly forty Penn graduate associates were relocated to Sansom Place West from the freshman quad, Kings Court English House, and Du Bois College House in late May due to construction and renovation work. However, many GAs said Penn Business Services handled the move poorly due to a lack of flexibility and communication.
All first-year students are required to be on one of Penn’s dining plans: Away from Kitchen (240 swipes per semester and 140 dining dollars), Balanced Eating Naturally (170 swipes and 225 dining dollars), or Best Food Fit (138 swipes and 400 dining dollars). But even those who have the dining plan with the fewest swipes are left with an excess at the end of the semester, and unable to carry their swipes over.
Wharton graduate Taylor Jenkins is joining the Memphis Grizzlies as head coach, the team announced in a press release on Tuesday.
In 2007, the Penn women’s soccer team made its mark on Ivy League soccer history.
Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett will leave Penn to serve as a dean at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.