The Daily Pennsylvanian has a challenging road ahead.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Wendell Pritchett, a professor at Penn Law School with a career of scholarship in urban policy and race relations, will be Penn’s next provost, Penn President Amy Gutmann announced Wednesday afternoon.
Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar will not be reopening, a Facilities and Real Estate administrator said Friday.
Gutmann calls Penn a 'safe space,' but declines to use complete 'sanctuary campus' term in interview
Penn President Amy Gutmann called Penn a "safe space for students, faculty and staff" and defended the economic diversity of its student body in a sit-down interview Thursday with three Daily Pennsylvanian editors.
The wait is over.
Penn President Amy Gutmann expounded upon her recent condemnation of President Donald Trump’s immigration ban by adding her name to a letter critical of the ban signed by 47 other university presidents.
Penn President Amy Gutmann broke her silence on President Donald Trump Monday evening, calling his executive order on immigration “injurious to our work and inimical to our values.” Gutmann’s speech came during a Faculty Senate protest on College Green over Trump’s controversial order, which temporarily banned immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.
A man on a bike was injured on 40th and Locust streets Saturday morning, apparently from a collision with a car.
With Joe Biden planning to 'set up shop' at Penn, here's a timeline of all of his interactions with the University
Nearly every Penn student knows now how former Vice President Joe Biden plans to "set up shop" at Penn now that his term is completed. Biden, a Pennsylvania native and longtime former U.S. Senator from Delaware, has long had a close relationship with Penn. Biden was later caught on a hot mic describing his plan to work on "foreign policy initiatives" at Penn during a ceremony in the Senate, visited Penn Law School with his granddaughter, Naomi, and called Penn President Amy Gutmann his "new boss" during an event where he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
For the third time since Sept. 15, controversial Christian preachers littered Locust Walk with speech railing against Muslims, the LGBTQ community and Jews — but the University’s response appeared to be slightly more aggressive this time.
The Division of Public Safety sent an email advisory Tuesday morning with an update on four robberies at point of gun that occurred between 8:29 p.m. on Monday night and 7:05 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Vice President Joe Biden was spotted entering Penn Law School this afternoon. A spokesperson for Penn Law confirmed the vice president was there "for personal business."
Provost Vincent Price will be leaving Penn to become President of Duke University, Penn President Amy Gutmann announced in an email on Friday morning.
A former student is likely going on trial for sexual assault in Massachusetts after prestigious boarding school Phillips Exeter Academy reportedly mishandled allegations against him last fall.
For Rodin College House residents, recent weeks have produced an untimely amount of maintenance hazards. And some residents were not exactly pleased with the developments.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) spoke mostly about policy issues at the University of the Arts in Center City on Saturday, saving the personal take-downs of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for his introductory speakers.
Making friends, writing longer papers and navigating a new city are some of the things a typical Penn freshman expects to deal with in their first few months of college. Coping with heat rashes and leaving hot rooms for air conditioned study spaces in the middle of the night are not.
After a gunman shot a Penn Police officer, a Philadelphia Police sergeant and four civilians just blocks away from campus on Friday night, Penn President Amy Gutmann released a statement midday on Saturday, while the Republican presidential and vice presidential nominees responded via Twitter. The email was sent to undergraduates at 2:28 p.m. the day after the shooting.
The flyers posted on Tuesday morning with pictures of a provocative email from an off-campus organization and emblazoned with the words “THIS IS WHAT RAPE CULTURE LOOKS LIKE” continued to make waves the next day with mentions from elected officials and nods from local and national news outlets.
The University reacted after hundreds of flyers were posted all over campus on the morning of Sept. 6 featuring an email from email@example.com, emblazoned with the words "THIS IS WHAT RAPE CULTURE LOOKS LIKE," and "WE ARE WATCHING."