An unarmed robbery occurred at the intersection of 42nd and Spruce streets on Friday around 1:13 p.m., prompting the Division of Public Safety to send its third safety alert in the past three days.
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Financial advice website WalletHub released a list of the 150 best cities for college students to spend their summers in. Philadelphia was ranked 98th.
Penn graduate students just made a decisive step towards their plans to establish a labor union on campus, but they might encounter more opposition than they anticipated.
Penn’s graduate student workers took the next step in their movement for a labor union on Tuesday: by filing a petition with the Philadelphia’s National Labor Relations Board to hold a formal union recognition election.
Some students can't move into their off-campus houses until June 1, but that's ten days after classes start
Rising College sophomore Jackson Baker has been carrying his towel to the first week of summer classes. Baker is not tanning in his spare time; he just doesn't have a better place to keep it.
At Penn Medicine's new $1.5 billion Pavilion, students may get to experience the future of health care
Penn Medicine announced plans to build a new 500-bed Pavilion for the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania across the street from its current location earlier this month. At a price of $1.5 billion, this is Penn's largest financial investment in its history.
For the 261st time, the University of Pennsylvania commissioned a new graduating class into the world. Here are the highlights from Monday's Commencement ceremony at Franklin Field:
Hill College House opened 58 years ago and was built without insulated walls, air conditioning or adequate elevators.
With courses for more than 90 majors, Penn’s course catalogue can be overwhelming. Here are some recommendations from graduating seniors who have spent the past four years learning to navigate the system.
Police escorted a man in handcuffs out of Huntsman Hall on Monday around 12:30 a.m., College freshman Elizabeth Beugg, who witnessed the events, said.
Transfer students discuss how Fling measures up to similar events at George Mason, Duke and the U. of Maryland
For some transfer students at Penn, Spring Fling evoked memories of their old universities.
On May 1, the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly will be undergoing a change in leadership.
Aylar Abdolahzadeh is looking for 200,000-year-old evidence of fire in Western Europe.
A study led in part by Penn scientists examined the DNA of over 10,500 Pakistanis in order to guide research on treatments for heart disease.
In February 2003, Penn graduate students placed ballots in a box in Houston Hall. After two days, organizers sealed the box and sent it to the National Labor Relations Board so the votes could be counted.
Many of Penn’s Ph.D. students have been mobilizing under Graduate Employees Together-University of Pennsylvania, better known as GET-UP, in hopes of securing their own labor union so they can negotiate with administration for improved working conditions.
Men undergoing radiation for prostate cancer might find yoga will reduce the treatment's side effects, according to a Perelman School of Medicine study published this week.
Penn students have a lot to keep them busy — jobs, research and for about 1,500 of them, children at home.
Lise Puyo, a Penn anthropology Ph.D. student, needs $30,000 to present to the United States Embassy in three years’ time.
Every Sunday night, a group of Penn graduate students meets for a potluck dinner at an office on Locust Street. The students come from all 12 of Penn’s graduate schools and for many, it is their first time meeting other attendees. Their spouses and children are invited too.