Some Penn students are already hard at work prepping for next semester — at the Democratic National Convention.
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When members of the military launched a coup attempt against the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday, July 15, rising College junior Leo Page-Blau was in his host family’s house, 20 minutes outside Ankara, Turkey’s capital city.
Africana Studies and Music doctoral student Courtney Brown, 31, died at his home in Michigan on July 9 after battling cancer, according to the Division of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Life
2016 College graduate Tiffany Trump isn’t wasting time moving on to bigger things after graduation – notably, she'll be speaking at the Republican National Convention next week.
Temple University’s board of trustees announced its intention to dismiss Temple’s president, Neil D. Theobald, on Tuesday after a unanimous vote of no confidence, Philly.com reported.
In the midst of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s presidential run, during which he has repeatedly invoked his Wharton degree, over 3,800 Penn students, graduates, parents, partners and family members have signed a petition telling him, “You do not represent us.”
University Chaplain, professor and 2000 College graduate Chaz Howard published a Huffington Post opinion piece on Thursday with a simple message: end fear, encourage love.
The body of Engineering graduate student and 2014 College and Wharton graduate Qi He was found in Washington on Sunday, July 2, nearly a month after he went missing on June 5.
The Chronicle of Higher Education published its own account of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s time at Fordham University and Penn with an article titled “Trump: The College Years,” on Sunday, July 3.
A Manhattan judge tossed out the defamation lawsuit brought against Rolling Stone Magazine by three former members of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity on Tuesday, the Washington Post reported.
Former Sen. Scott Brown called on Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to prove her Native American ancestry today — and attempted to enlist Penn’s help in determining it as well.
West Philadelphia U.S. Rep. and 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate Chaka Fattah, who was found guilty in a racketeering case earlier this week, has resigned from Congress effective immediately.
The Supreme Court upheld affirmative action at the University of Texas at Austin on Thursday, NBC News reported.
Mayor Kenney signed a soda tax into law on Monday, June 20, making Philadelphia the second city in the United States to instate such a measure after Berkeley, Calif.
Jose Arturo Bauermeister was appointed Penn's tenth Presidential Professor, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced Tuesday.
In Philadelphia on the morning of Sunday, June 12, rising College senior Alec Josiah couldn’t sleep.
Engineering graduate student and 2014 College and Wharton graduate Qi He went missing Sunday when he was glissading — using an ice ax to control his slide — down Asgard Pass, a popular alpine hiking area near Seattle, Wash.
Wednesday was a busy day for beverages, with Pennsylvania dramatically loosening alcohol sales and Philadelphia looking to pass a soda tax.
The New York Times picked Philadelphia as the latest subject of its “36 Hours” travel series — and recommended starting out on Penn’s campus.
After a report was released that criticized the way Baylor University has handled allegations of sexual violence, the University announced today that it demoted its President, Kenneth Starr, and suspended its head football coach, Art Briles, NPR reported.