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Since advance course registration for spring 2023 opened on Oct. 31, many students are on the hunt for courses that "double count" by fulfilling two separate College requirements: both a Sector Requirement and a Foundational Approach.
Months of encampments, on-campus protests, meetings, and whispers around Penn and across the City stem from one ongoing issue: the impending sale of affordable housing complex University City Townhomes and plans to redevelop the property, located in the largely gentrified neighborhood of University City.
Acme Markets closed temporarily Thursday afternoon after the City’s recent inspection of the building found multiple instances of rodent activity, as well as an accumulation of debris and grease in several areas of the store.
Starbucks employee Tiernan Low measures his day by the rising steam of freshly brewed coffee, by sticky syrup accidents and cold foam puddles, and in between the jagged spaces of usually packed customer lines.
Top University officials allegedly manipulated a Perelman School of Medicine investigation into years of workplace abuse allegations within the Gene Therapy Program in order to protect its financial interests and director Jim Wilson, according to internal reports obtained by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
M. Elizabeth Magill will serve as the University’s next president, replacing Amy Gutmann after 18 years.
After multiple bomb threats were made over the weekend at Ivy League university campuses, Penn's Division of Public Safety clarified that no bomb threats have been made against the University.
Penn’s Gene Therapy Program is at the forefront of pioneering biotechnology developments — but employees allege a toxic workplace environment lies behind the allure and that Penn is ignoring their complaints to protect the moneymaking program.
Vice President for Public Safety and Superintendent of Penn Police Maureen Rush will retire from Penn at the end of December.
Five Guys will replace Penn's beloved off-campus Beijing Restaurant with an anticipated late fall opening.
Matthew Wang, a member of the College Class of 2021 and School of Dental Medicine Class of 2024, died suddenly on Monday morning.
The Penn Museum and University administrators issued a second apology to the Africa family and Penn community members for housing the remains of at least one child killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing, and committed to a comprehensive review of its possession of the remains, following nationwide coverage and uproar.
From a step-by-step voting manual to a comprehensive "who's who" on the ballot, here's your guide to the 2021 primary election in Philadelphia.
Penn will reduce its net greenhouse gas emissions from endowment investments to zero by 2050, a move that comes after years of student-led criticism for the University's investment in fossil fuel companies.
Penn's chapter of Alpha Phi has been placed on probation after alleged violations of COVID-19 safety guidelines, such as hosting and partaking in social gatherings without social distancing or mask wearing.
Penn is currently planning for in-person, on-campus instruction for the fall semester after over a year of remote instruction.
Crimes listed below were reported to Penn's Division of Public Safety in the Penn Patrol Zone from March 1 to March 7.
The United States Senate voted to acquit 1968 Wharton graduate and former President Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial on Saturday evening.
Former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States this afternoon in a ceremony markedly different from any other inauguration in the nation's history.