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Earlier this week, Lynn Marsden-Atlass was appointed director of the Arthur Ross Gallery, effective March 3.
Last Friday, members of the Service Employees International Union and their supporters gathered to protest a speech by David Rubenstein, co-founder of the private equity firm, the Carlyle Group.
The Wharton School announced on Jan. 8 that Kenneth Manotti will be named the associate dean for external affairs, effective Feb. 29.
The Social Planning and Events Committee will hold the first-ever spring activities fair this Sunday.
Last Friday the family of College sophomore Anne Ryan, who died from meningitis at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania on Sept. 9, filed a lawsuit against HUP alleging misdiagnosis and mistreatment.
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Penn Student Agencies has added a host of new services for Penn students to utilize.
2007 College alumnus Stephen Danley was one of at least 40 American students to receive the Marshall Scholarship for 2008.
Penn Medical School researchers have discovered that using an immune-system gene to enhance a vaccine used to study HIV can help prevent simian HIBV, according to a report released last week.
The Ph.D. program in the Annenberg School for Communication was named the top program in the country in the Third Annual Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index, a measurement conducted by Academic Analytics, earlier this month.
Loretta Sweet Jemmott, director of the Center for Health Disparities Research at the School of Nursing, received The Baxter International Foundation's 2007 Episteme Award earlier this month.
Penn's Graduate School of Education announced a new program earlier this month that will prepare teachers for public secondary-school education in Mandarin Chinese language and culture.
Ducks flew together last weekend.
College and Wharton senior Joyce Meng was among 32 American students to receive the Rhodes Scholarship last Saturday.
With female presidents now comprising half of the Ivy League's leadership, it's getting hard to come out on top.
How do you say Locust Walk in Taiwanese?
Former Wharton Dean Patrick Harker didn't take long to start making waves again in the higher-education world.
Whenever a high-profile controversy emerges among student groups, one organization is almost always involved: the Undergraduate Assembly.