SPEC leaders say they do not regret their selection of Miguel, who is set to perform as the Spring Fling headliner this coming weekend, despite student protests over a 2017 sexual assault allegation.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Members of the Penn community gathered Friday on College Green to honor the lives of the 49 people who were killed at the New Zealand mosque attacks.
Penn students and local West Philadelphia residents are facing rent hikes and evictions from University House Apartments, a building located on tree-lined South 47th Street in the Clark Park area of University City.
Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services fixed a broken lock in the Quad that posed a safety issue for students on Feb. 6, following an inquiry from The Daily Pennsylvanian into the matter.
In September 2018, Penn announced sophomores would be required to live on campus starting in 2021. The move to expand Penn-run housing on campus was met with considerable student backlash, citing concerns that the decision would limit options and force first-generation, low-income students into more expensive on-campus living.
A new American-style beer hall called The Post opened this month in University City, aiming to draw students and local residents into its space for food, drinks, and arcade games.
Penn's on-campus room selection process has undergone significant changes this semester to streamline the application, College Houses & Academic Services announced.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, nearly 400,000 Puerto Rican residents evacuated the island. 5,357 evacuees arrived in Philadelphia County — more than any other metropolitan area outside of Florida, the Bronx, and Massachusetts. They slept on relatives’ couches, checked into hotels, or established permanent residences throughout Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania researchers said.
A new grocery store is set to open near Penn's campus at 34th and Chestnut streets.
The Penn Vet Working Dog Center is hosting training for local non-professional dogs to enhance their sense of smell in a new class this fall. The class, titled "Citizen Science," teaches dogs to improve their smell-detection skills.
Sudden cardiac death is twice as likely to occur in black patients as in white patients in the United States. A new Penn study researched this phenomenon by monitoring people over six years to understand the various factors behind this disparity.
Over 100 women were elected to Congress in last week's midterm elections, smashing previous gender records and ushering in a new class of female politicians.
This weekend, just ahead of the midterm elections, Penn Law's Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law held a panel discussion about foreign influence on American elections and how nations can protect themselves from cyber interference.
A songwriter from Philadelphia has been awarded more than $44 million in damages after co-writers allegedly cut him out of profits and denied him credit for a song recorded by R&B star Usher.
Penn hosted a conference this weekend for experts across the Ivy League to discuss the future of food in plant-based and clean meat diets.
Last week, researchers at Penn received $18 million of federal grant money to be used in an ongoing tobacco study.