A Penn graduate sued her high school after failing to gain an unconditional acceptance from 13 colleges in 2014. Now, she is taking her case to the Supreme Court.
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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.
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.
The largest Panera Bread restaurant in Philadelphia opened on Tuesday after months of construction delays. Originally slated to open in late April, then May, the new location near Penn's campus is now one of three Panera Bread restaurants in the Philadelphia area.
The 31st Annual Philadelphia Pride Parade marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and commemorated the accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ movement. Notable speakers and performers at the event included Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny, Governor Wolf, Drag Queen VinChelle, and musician David Hernandez.
For Penn track and field, this past week was one of the most anticipated all season.
Top business schools will halt tuition increases in the midst of a nationwide decline in applications. Wharton, however, will raise its first-year tuition from $78,948 to $81,378 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
After four years as head coach, Geoff Bond will no longer lead Penn heavyweight rowing with the expiration of his contract on June 30, Athletics Director M. Grace Calhoun announced on Thursday.
2019 has been quite the year for Penn catcher Matt O’Neill. In addition to graduating from Wharton this spring, O’Neill had an incredible 2019 season with Penn baseball. His hard work as a Quaker has landed him a spot with the New York Mets.
Penn will use a $12 million grant to establish a new cancer research center.
Even with the recent string of successful seasons that Penn women’s basketball has managed to put together under the tutelage and leadership of head coach Mike McLaughlin, the best individual team in the program’s history wasn’t one from McLaughlin’s near-decade in charge of the program.
As members of Gen Z, we are left with no choice but to submit ourselves to a lifelong quest for environmental solutions. Although many Penn students feel protected and subsequently removed from climate change effects, the recent onset of the sustainability trend paraded across social media feeds, embedded within marketing campaigns, and embodied by Penn’s green campus initiatives, has brought the issue much closer to home, mobilizing many to join the movement. But how long will it last? And is it really doing enough?
This past weekend, both Penn lightweight and heavyweight rowing traveled to Sacramento, CA to compete in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championship Regatta on Lake Natoma.
Five new recruits from the class of 2023 are joining Penn men’s basketball for the upcoming 2019-20 season.
With a record-breaking team of ten athletes, five of whom are the first Quakers to qualify for their events, Penn track and field is geared up for the NCAA Championship this week.
Wharton professors will teach 'fintech' — a cross between finance and technology — to students around the world in a new online program.