On Saturday night, The Daily Pennsylvanian honored the accomplishments of the past year and officially inaugurated its new Board of Editors and Managers.
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Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008 - 12:54 a.m.
It has long been the norm for the University to deny funding to student political groups.
Uncertainty and confusion over this week's financial meltdown drew more than 1,000 students to Zellerbach Auditorium last night to hear Wharton professors' take on the situation.
With the largest gift to the "Making History" fund-raising campaign, Anne and Jerome Fisher announced a $50 million donation to the University on June 30 for the establishment of the Anne and Jerome Fisher Translational Research Center.
Returning students will find a new name on a familiar building this fall.
More than two months after suspending her presidential campaign, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton paid off all her bills to universities and colleges.
The Blackstone Group and AlliedBarton Security Services announced on July 25 that the private equity fund managed by Blackstone will acquire AlliedBarton, the University's security partner since 1997.
Former Wharton undergraduate Irina Malinovskaya pleaded no contest on June 5 to manslaughter charges in the death of Temple student Irina Zlotnikov, her ex-boyfriend's then-girlfriend.
Over two months after suspending her presidential campaign, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton has paid her bills to all universities and colleges.
In an opinion authored by Judge D. Brooks Smith on Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled in favor of Temple University student Christian DeJohn in DeJohn v. Temple University. The ruling upheld a previous decision stating that Temple's former sexual harassment policy was unconstitutional.
Updated 8:49 p.m. -- Tuesday, Aug. 26
Last Friday, the Blackstone Group and AlliedBarton Security Services announced that the private equity fund managed by Blackstone will acquire AlliedBarton, a security company that has over 50,000 employees throughout the United States.
In Meknes, Morroco, the tennis club is one of the nicest places to hang out with family, says Hicham Laalej.
The announcement that Logan Hall would be changing its name to Claudia Cohen Hall first appeared in The Daily Pennsylvanian on March 19.
After spending all day last Thursday in committee meetings that covered everything from budget and finance to student life, the University Board of Trustees spent their evening relaxing at a cocktail reception and dinner with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in Irvine Auditorium.
Just when it seemed there was no hope left for Wireless Philadelphia and its plans for digital inclusion, a group of local investors announced an agreement with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, City Councilman Bill Green and Wireless Philadelphia on Tuesday to take over operations of Philadelphia's Wireless Initiative.
Former Wharton undergraduate Irina Malinovskaya pleaded no contest last Thursday to manslaughter charges in the death of Temple student Irina Zlotnikov, her ex-boyfriend's then-girlfriend, according to The Associated Press.
In the largest capital gift to the "Making History" fund-raising campaign, Anne and Jerome Fisher announced a $50 million donation to the University Tuesday for the establishment of the Anne and Jerome Fisher Translational Research Center.
Before her graduation from high school, Tariro Mupombwa had never owned a passport.