Upcoming renovations to Stouffer College House and the Quad will include the construction of new accessibility features in each of the dormitories.
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The Asian American Studies Program celebrated its 25th anniversary last Saturday at The Study at University City.
QPenn, the University's annual LGBTQ celebration week, is set to take place this week from March 20 to March 26 — with events such as an interfaith game night, ice skating, and a drag show.
The off-campus apartment complexes Hamilton Court and The Radian have been experiencing package delivery issues — primarily with Amazon.
Penn students reported difficulties in receiving testing accommodations during the first several weeks of the semester when the Biotech Commons — which houses Disability Services' testing center — was closed for construction.
Although Penn’s campus is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, students with disabilities are struggling to find accessible entrances, navigate buildings without elevators, and secure accessible on-campus housing.
A new director has taken the reins at the Penn Museum in a year that has brought several major controversies.
Philosophy professor Karen Detlefsen will serve as the vice provost for education beginning on July 1.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced the winners of the annual President’s Engagement Prize and President’s Innovation Prize, providing funding to five student teams for a diverse set of projects.
Six Penn faculty were among the 252 inductees to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences this year.
The Arthur Ross Gallery received a $125,000 donation to perpetually endow a lecture series featuring prominent artists.
Penn Libraries hosted a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to update health-related Wikipedia articles with accurate, up-to-date information.
A new study by the Perelman School of Medicine found that its collaborative care model improves treatment for patients with mental health conditions.
A student-led initiative to send letters to frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic has sent more than 13,000 letters to people in over 40 states.
Penn Benjamins used to be the University’s only in-person peer counseling group. Since COVID-19 forced Penn to shut down in March 2020, the group moved its services online in hopes that students would continue to utilize the resource to deal with challenges presented by the pandemic.
Two Penn graduates co-founded an online mental health platform to encourage self-care through writing.
Penn Museum unveiled a new exhibition to bring people behind the scenes of the archaeological process at the University.
Penn Medicine identified the first local case of a highly transmissible COVID-19 variant originally detected in the United Kingdom on Friday.
Penn's COVID-19 dashboard earned a B- rating from We Rate Covid Dashboards, scoring the lowest in the Ivy League and ranking No. 213 out of 323 colleges and universities.
Several Penn Law student groups have collaborated with local legal aid advocates on pro bono projects to help provide relief to communities who have suffered immensely from the COVID-19 pandemic.