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On a Thursday afternoon this past September, Mehmet Oz was campaigning in the suburbs of Philadelphia in Springfield, Pa. During a town hall on Sept. 8, while criticizing his opponent Lt. Gov. John Fetterman on his approach to crime policy, Oz recalled his time as a medical student at Penn.
A Daily Pennsylvanian poll found that Democrats Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro lead their Republican opponents by wide margins among Penn undergraduates in their respective races.
Newly inaugurated Penn President Liz Magill and United States Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan spoke about the importance of compromise on the court and free speech on college campuses at a University event on Friday.
Penn inaugurated Liz Magill as its ninth president Friday, formally commencing the tenure of the University's first new leader in 18 years.
Penn will fully fund the Middle East Center after it lost its federal Title VI funding, which had temporarily jeopardized the center and its future.
Penn President Liz Magill has formed an advisory committee to inform the University's strategic framework over the next century.
Penn will close the McDonald’s located on 40th and Walnut streets by January to redevelop the property into a 50,000-square-foot office and retail building.
Amy Wax's legal team submitted a memorandum seeking the dismissal of the ongoing University disciplinary proceedings against her on grounds of a "disabled state" from illness.
Student representatives demanded that Penn support the Middle East Center at the first University Council meeting of the year.
Penn President Liz Magill formed a search committee to select a permanent provost to replace Beth Winkelstein, who is currently occupying the position in an interim capacity.
The Penn Middle East Center has lost its federal Title VI funding due to insufficient institutional support from the University, threatening the future of Middle Eastern studies on campus.
When she was learning cursive in the second grade of Catholic school in North Dakota, Mary Elizabeth Magill decided to change her name to “Liz.”
After President Joe Biden's speech in Philadelphia Thursday evening, The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) about the importance of college student political activism and his thoughts on Biden's remarks.
After years of campaigning and student advocacy, Penn has begun renovations on the Arts, Research, and Culture House, designating it as the home to the University’s main minority coalition groups and cultural resource centers.
Boston College administrator James Husson will serve as Penn's next vice president of Development and Alumni Relations, following the recent retirement of John H. Zeller — who held the role for 17 years.
As students finalize schedules for the fall 2022 semester, here are five interesting classes to be aware of.
The judge who reportedly greenlit Monday’s unprecedented FBI raid of former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida is a graduate of Penn Law School.
Professors will be able to choose whether to require students to wear masks in their classrooms this fall, marking the end of Penn's universal mask mandate in classrooms.
Ashlee Jaffe had a flight back to Philadelphia on the afternoon of July 4, with plans to return to work the next day. Before flying home, though, she wanted to make sure that her son could witness his first July 4 parade – an event she felt was an “iconic childhood experience,” despite feeling conflicted with the current state of the country.
Penn Law School Dean Ted Ruger requested that the Faculty Senate impose a “major sanction” against tenured Penn Law professor Amy Wax, an action that brings the University closer to potentially terminating the controversial academic.