Frequent Penn donor Ronald O. Perelman and his daughter Debra Perelman, who graduated from Princeton in 1996, are giving Princeton University $65 million to build a new residential college.
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Mothers face up to 10 percent decrease in earning potential per child, Penn postdoctoral fellow says
Mothers face a five to 10 percent decrease in earning potential per child, Penn postdoctoral fellow Sandra Florian told Penn Today.
A total of 25 Penn graduates and one current Ph.D. student were selected for this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 lists, making Penn the university with the fourth most honorees in the world.
Historical preservationist and 1950 School of Design graduate William J. Murtagh passed away at age 95 last Sunday.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO and 1997 College and Wharton graduate Elon Musk announced that his first high-speed transit tunnel will open in December.
Common Grounds, a coffee shop on Temple University’s campus, has come under fire for prominently displaying a neon sign that reads, “Up All Night on Adderall.”
Yale University student Saifullah Khan was suspended from the school on Oct. 7 in light of recent sexual assault allegations, just months after he was found not guilty on four counts of sexual assault.
A recent survey found that Philadelphia placed fourth in a ranking of large cities in which residents find their neighbors most annoying.
In a recent study on how well immigrants are integrated into American cities, Philadelphia placed in the top 10.
A recent study examined the highest average starting salaries for graduates from Pennsylvania colleges and Penn ranked second.
In an unexpected heist, thieves stole over $40,000 worth of insects and lizards at the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion last month.
Penn Medicine was named the second-best employer for women in America by Forbes.
Penn has formed quite a few traditions in its nearly three centuries of existence. From midnight screams to outdoor concerts, there are plenty of opportunities each year for students to get involved in the Penn community and celebrate with their peers.
This graduation weekend, many families and friends of students in the Class of 2018 will be visiting campus to celebrate the senior's monumental moment. For the remaining time in Philadelphia, however, there are numerous outdoor festivals, shows, and seasonal parks to attend throughout the weekend.
In honor of the anniversary of Benjamin Franklin’s death on April 17, 1790, the Library of Congress has made thousands of his documents available online for the first time.
The United States Department of Justice has opened an investigation into several colleges and universities regarding their sharing of information about applicants admitted through Early Decision programs, a practice which might violate federal antitrust laws.
Stephen Schwarzman, who is scheduled to speak at Penn on April 5, is the subject of a recent controversy over the renaming of a public school in Abington, PA.
Eight Penn professors received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, which is given by the University every year.
Philadelphia landed at the bottom of The Washington Post’s new ranking of the 20 finalist cities for Amazon’s second headquarters. The ranking reflected the progress made by the cities towards "building tech economies."
A Penn alumna has just been appointed as one of the top leaders of the American airline company, JetBlue.