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.
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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.
A recent petition accusing two Penn students of numerous instances of plagiarism has stirred widespread online controversy, leading to continued calls on the University to investigate the allegations.
Over 4,000 people have signed a petition calling on Penn Admissions to investigate allegations of plagiarism against two Penn students enrolled in the University’s highly selective seven-year bio-dental program.
Tenured Penn Law professor Amy Wax — who is currently under a faculty investigation for her "increasing" promotion of white supremacy — reignited controversy, claiming that Black Americans and “non-Western groups” are resentful towards "Western people."
Michael Horowitz, the director of Perry World House, began a leave of absence from his position on Wednesday to serve in a new office within the United States Department of Defense.
Interim Penn President Wendell Pritchett comes "full circle" each morning as he climbs the steps of College Hall — the same building where he earned his Ph.D. in history almost 30 years ago.
Penn announced regular decision admission results for the Class of 2026, but declined for the first time in recent memory to share its acceptance rate.
Penn’s Board of Trustees approved a 2.9% tuition hike for the 2022–2023 academic year and the largest increase to the undergraduate financial aid budget in the last decade.
Penn issued twice as many UPennAlerts in 2021 as in 2019 — an increase driven in part by an uptick in alerts for robberies across University City.
Nearly 100 students and West Philadelphia residents gathered outside College Hall on Wednesday to demand that Penn prevent the eviction of residents from University City Townhomes — a housing development near Penn that is primarily occupied by Black and low-income Philadelphians — before the University Council meeting held that day.
Penn Law School — which is preparing its case for a Faculty Senate hearing against law professor Amy Wax — will take several steps to bolster equity and inclusion, including a 68% increase in financial aid and a new website to track school-wide diversity.
Penn Violence Prevention Director Malik Washington leaves post, sparking national search for new director
Penn is planning to search for a new director for Penn Violence Prevention after Malik Washington left the position two years into his tenure.