As Liz Magill begins her role as Penn's ninth president on Friday, July 1, the Penn community calls on her to take action to address several issues, including Penn's role in West Philadelphia, involvement in climate change, and more.
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art named Sasha Suda, current director of the National Gallery of Canada, as its director and CEO on June 7.
A petition advocating for School of Engineering and Applied Science professor Clayton Greenberg’s position as a professor and advisor at Penn has received over 300 signatures.
Kenni Ndili, an incoming MBA/MA student at the Lauder Institute, who was reported missing on May 21, has been found safely today after being missing for six days, according to a tweet from the Wharton School.
Penn announced on May 12 that the Stuart Weitzman School of Design will renovate and add a wing to the existing Morgan Building, renaming the building Stuart Weitzman Hall.
Beginning next semester, members of the Kite and Key Society, who serve as University tour guides, will receive compensation from Penn for their work for the first time in the organization's history.
Penn's signature Hey Day hats that juniors have donned for years will no longer be made from crisp, biteable styrofoam.
Interim President Wendell Pritchett announced the winners of this year’s President’s Engagement, Innovation, and Sustainability Prizes, awarding six teams of Penn seniors and recent graduates with funding for various social impact projects.
Houston Hall, the oldest student union in the nation, will undergo a renovations process to become a central hub of student life on campus, according to Penn’s Division of the Vice Provost for University Life.
Penn released its regular decision admissions results for the Class of 2026 on March 31, but declined, for the first time in recent years, to release the percentage of students accepted.
The national restaurant chain DIG opened its second Philadelphia location on Penn's campus on March 31.
The Penn community voiced mixed feelings about the University’s changing COVID-19 policies, citing concerns about transmission of the virus in classrooms and fears of new and highly contagious variants.
Penn’s 2025 Class Board will host the first-ever spring formal for first years this Friday.
Penn’s Undergraduate Assembly and three other student organizations passed a resolution on Feb. 20 calling for the termination of Penn Law School professor Amy Wax on the basis of her repeated promotion of white supremacist ideology.
Almost six years after the death of Wharton student Ao "Olivia" Kong and four years after her parents sued Penn for failing to prevent her suicide, the civil trial between Kong's parents and the Penn Board of Trustees ended in a private settlement on Thursday, Feb. 10 — just two days after it began.
Erin Hayes, a senior studying astrophysics in the College, has been named the recipient of a Gates Cambridge Scholarship and will pursue a Ph.D. in astronomy at the University of Cambridge in England.
Navigating online components, students rushed on-campus sororities and fraternities at levels similar to before the pandemic after recruitment took a major hit last year amid COVID-19.
Penn accepted 15.63% of early decision applicants to the Class of 2026. Admission was offered to 1,218 students, comprising around half of the Class of 2026.
One member of Penn’s class of 2021 and two members of Penn’s class of 2019 are part of the seventh cohort of Schwarzman Scholars.
Two members of Penn’s Class of 2022 have been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, which gives students funding for up to three years of graduate study at the University of Oxford.