It was an average morning in June 1957 as Bruce Dern — a young, 21-year-old man with unmistakable Elvis-style sideburns — hopped into a Breyer’s ice cream truck at 14th and Broad streets to begin his rounds for the day.
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In a departure from recent funding trends, Penn and its peer public institutions will likely avoid the state budget axe for the upcoming fiscal year.
Ronald Perelman, the son of one of Penn’s largest individual donors, is following in his parents’ footsteps.
Read the big stories that happened around our peer schools this week.
Penn President Amy Gutmann is still under fire over claims that she has not done enough to promote diversity across the University administration.
With a banner behind him displaying words like “consumer choice” and “consumer convenience,” Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett announced an aggressive new proposal Wednesday to privatize the state-owned liquor industry.
In 1934, a then-college student named Kurt Gutmann realized that something was about to happen in his hometown of Feuchtwangen, Germany.
Thomas Murphy, the chief information officer at DaVita HealthCare Partners, will serve as Penn’s next vice president for information technology and CIO, the University announced Wednesday.
Earlier this month, Penn announced that Steven Fluharty, who currently serves as senior vice provost for research, will succeed Rebecca Bushnell as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
Doug Lynch, a former Graduate School of Education vice dean who resigned in April 2012 after falsifying a doctoral degree, is continuing to misrepresent his credentials.
Pennsylvania’s liquor industry may not be controlled by the state for much longer.
In November 2011, Jim Messina — President Barack Obama’s campaign manager this past election — leaned across the stage at an event in Houston Hall and posed a question to then-College junior Graham White.
Looking ahead to Monday’s inauguration, President Barack Obama may have a tough act to follow: himself.
On a Thursday evening in fall 1949, an unassuming, 20-year-old student walked into then-assistant professor Elizabeth Flower’s “Philosophy of History” course at Penn.
Steven Fluharty, who currently serves as senior vice provost for research at Penn, will succeed Rebecca Bushnell as the next dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, the University announced Thursday afternoon.
From public safety to student academic life, Penn’s new commission on alcohol use is looking to have all of its bases covered once it begins meeting next week.
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Penn President Amy Gutmann is moving up the ranks of the highest-paid college presidents in the nation.