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Nearly a month after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that genes cannot be patented, Penn and Myriad Genetics — the company which had its genetic patents overturned by the Court — have filed two lawsuits claiming that their breast cancer-related patents were infringed.
Penn Law School lecturers Fernando Chang-Muy and Len Rieser have been a couple for over 32 years. The day they first met was on Chang-Muy’s mother’s birthday, which, he jokes, was “an easy anniversary to remember.”
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A small fire caused sprinklers to go off and the building to be evacuated in Rodin College House on Wednesday night.
The University has admitted 43 students into the Class of 2017 from the waitlist this year in its lowest number of acceptances from the waitlist since 2008.
Four days before the anniversary of the birth of American democracy, 2012 College graduate Marwa Ibrahim was preparing to protest in the name of her own country’s democracy.
In less than two weeks, Provost Vincent Price will represent the University of Pennsylvania at a discussion with other universities’ administrators about the future of online education.
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A Penn alumnus in possession of a gun in Huntsman Hall was apprehended by Penn Police earlier today. The man was later released after being questioned.
Gay marriages recognized by states will now also be recognized by the federal government, due to a landmark decision issued by the U.S. Supreme Court today.
A federal judge is under investigation for judicial misconduct relating to remarks she made during a lecture at Penn Law School.
Wearing shirts printed with the numbers 54 and 123, the 20 members of Team Ari struggled under the beating sun as they neared the finish line of the ODDyssey half marathon on Sunday.
Even outside Taksim Square in Istanbul, protesters filled the city’s streets.
An estimated six-week construction project at the Wawa on 38th and Spruce streets began on May 29.
Penn will be receiving a new “data-driven” center for research into the American justice system thanks to a $15 million donation from two prominent Penn alumni.
Acts of indecent exposure involving a Penn lecturer in Houston Hall are being investigated by the police.
Kermit Gosnell, an abortion doctor convicted of murdering three babies on Monday, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for two of the three murders on Tuesday. He was sentenced to life in prison for the third murder on Wednesday.