Using history as a vantage point, two Penn professors took some time to examine contemporary China-Japan relations.
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Monday morning, a jury began its examination of Kermit Gosnell and what a prosecutor called his “house of horrors” less than a mile from Penn’s campus.
A former Penn professor’s recent parole review has led to proposed legislation to reform the Pennsylvania parole system.
Proposed legislation in the Philadelphia City Council could finally prohibit employers from requiring access to potential and current employees’ social media accounts.
The murder trial of a doctor who operated an abortion clinic less than a mile from the center of campus begins jury selection on March 4.
Two Penn undergraduate students took the train to Washington, D.C., in November 1972 to report on the presidential election for The Daily Pennsylvanian.
The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania have filed eight lawsuits against former Hospital employees since Jan. 1, 2013.
The Penn International Affairs Association’s Intercollegiate Debate Team took home the award for Best Large Delegation at the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference on Sunday.
A former Penn employee and alumna recently filed a lawsuit against the University of Pennsylvania due to employment discrimination on the basis of national origin.
While controversy can be prevalent on campus — from questions of diversity to off-campus living conditions — Penn offers numerous resources to resolve such disputes.
If proposed Pennsylvania legislation passes, getting caught with a fake ID could not only lead to you getting turned away but to the ID’s confiscation.
The six plaintiffs suing the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Inc. over housing conditions have reached a settlement with the University.
Six Penn students filed a lawsuit against the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Inc. due to “utterly reprehensible [housing] conditions” they experienced during the 2011-2012 academic year.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Law School alumnus and freshman U.S. Rep. Matthew Cartwright (D-Pa.) to discuss his time at Penn Law and his goals for Congress. He was sworn into the 113th Congress on Jan. 3.
On Jan. 3, Law School alumnus Matthew Cartwright (D-Pa.) was sworn in to the 113th Congress.
On Friday, the Supreme Court of the United States announced that it would hear two cases next year on the topic of gay marriage.
Near the rubble and construction fences lining the Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall, the newly redesigned Addams Family Silhouette is causing passersby to do a double-take.
Storytelling plus advocacy equals social change. According to Valarie Kaur, this is an equation that will reshape the world.
A cure for cancer? Not yet. But the new method of bacterial treatment developed by the Penn iGEM Team might revolutionize the way we look at science.
Yesterday, the Biomedical Postdoctoral Council and the Office of Biomedical Postdoctoral Programs hosted a symposium to showcase current postdoctoral research.