The University's handling of the departure of former Dean of Admissions Lee Stetson may be doing Penn more harm than good, crisis-management experts say.
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From the dean of the School of Arts and Sciences to the dean of the Law School, job security is virtually guaranteed.
WILMINGTON, Del. - The murder trial of Wharton undergraduate Irina Malinovskaya has been postponed until at least Monday due to an emergency in Judge James Vaughn's family.
Haverford College inducted a former Penn professor as its 13th president Saturday.
When reporters wanted to know more about a mysterious drop in SAT scores or a growing trend of deferred college acceptances, there was one person they could call year in and year out for admissions insight: Lee Stetson.
A decade ago, when Barry Grossbach wanted to go out to dinner, he had only three options: Ethiopian, Indian or Center City.
Some day soon, city residents taking a stroll along the Delaware River won't be confronted with abandoned, burned-out factories, but with urban parks surrounded by restaurants, rowhomes and shopping instead.
WILMINGTON, Del. - Defense lawyers made a surprise move yesterday when they chose not to cross-examine Robert Bondar following the conclusion of his testimony in the case against his ex-girlfriend and Wharton undergraduate Irina Malinovskaya.
A new apartment building opening means new retail options for Penn students and the community.
As Penn and Brandywine Realty Trust are poised to develop the postal lands east of campus, the face of University City is ripe for transformation.
A small fire broke out on the roof of Hutchinson Gymnasium last night, causing little damage.
In a move that promises to remake the face of University City, Penn announced Friday that it has closed on the deal to purchase the postal lands east of campus.
Construction is proceeding on schedule on the Radian student-apartment building, according to a spokeswoman for the building's developer, Inland American Communities Group Inc.
Martin Meyerson, Penn's sixth president, died of prostate cancer June 2 at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
After years of anticipation, it's finally happened.
A gunshot was reported on the unit block of South 40th Street the night of Aug. 15.
A preliminary hearing for a man accused of sexually harassing a woman in Van Pelt Library earlier this month was postponed yesterday morning.
Eber Devine, accused of sexually harassing a woman in Van Pelt Library, has had many previous encounters with the law throughout his lifetime, including various instances at Penn.
A man was scheduled to be arraigned last night for alleged sexual harassment in Van Pelt Library.
The School Reform Commission decided yesterday what action to take with dozens of privately run Philadelphia schools by retaining private managers but giving them less funding.