Throughout my years at Penn, conversations with non-Penn students usually followed a familiar formula. When talking about my interests, I would express my desire to enter the field of journalism. The person, usually a well-meaning adult, would understandably ask if I was majoring in journalism.
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Former Vice President and Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential election, defeating Republican incumbent and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump in a closely watched battle that brought all eyes to the swing state of Pennsylvania.
Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman on Thursday sharply criticized President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump for holding a "soft spot" for authoritarian leaders and for attacking career civil servants during his first appearance as a Perry World House visiting fellow.
One of the main figures in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial will serve as a visiting fellow at Penn’s Perry World House this academic year.
Penn rejected a request from six Wharton professors demanding Penn President Amy Gutmann investigate allegations that President Donald Trump fraudulently gained admission to the University.
Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, the Class of 2020 was supposed to celebrate their commencement in person next Monday. While that event was canceled in March, Penn announced they are now holding the in-person graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 on May 22 and 23, 2021.
In a quick and abrupt change of tone, Provost Wendell Pritchett announced on Wednesday that Penn is not ordering students in off-campus housing to move out of their residences. Penn is still strongly encouraging students to move away from campus.
In an email sent to Penn parents on Sunday afternoon, Provost Wendell Pritchett announced that Penn was looking to move students living off campus away from their residences.
Student Health Service emailed over 100 Penn students, faculty, and staff on Thursday afternoon alerting them that they may have been exposed to an individual with coronavirus.
All Penn students studying abroad in Europe, the United Kingdom, and Ireland are being encouraged to return home as soon as possible.
PHILADELPHIA — Back in May 2019, Joe Biden kicked off his presidential campaign outside the Philadelphia Art Museum. He was the early front-runner in a crowded field that would soon grow to the biggest in primary history.
Penn is cutting off all University-related travel and banning large on-campus events for more than a month in an effort to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
Penn is asking instructors to prepare for the possibility of shifting classes online amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A patient who has tested positive for coronavirus is being treated at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The individual is in critical condition and is a Montgomery County, Pa. resident, health officials announced on Monday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) ended her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden as the only former Penn professor left in the field.
A robbery without a weapon on the 4000 block of Chancellor Street prompted a UPennAlert Monday evening.
Days after Penn blocked conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza from speaking in the ARCH building, the University announced that D'Souza will be permitted to speak at the Hall of Flags in Houston Hall on Tuesday.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney won re-election in a landslide Tuesday night, while the progressive Working Families Party made history as the first third party to secure a seat on the modern City Council.
The Daily Pennsylvanian won the prestigious Pacemaker award, commonly referred to as the “Pulitzer Prize” of college journalism, for the third year in a row. Before 2017, the DP had not won the award for five years.
The University City location of Bobby's Burger Palace closed permanently on Friday, according to a notice posted on its doors.