At 4:27 p.m. on Tuesday, the Division of Public Safety sent out a public safety advisory to alert the Penn community saying that an individual has been following women into buildings and “approaching them in an aggressive manner.”
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Employees are bringing the University of Pennsylvania Health System to court over alleged unpaid overtime.
Penn professor Guido Menzio was on an American Airlines flight when he was profiled as a terrorist — for working on a differential equation onboard.
For the past hundred or so years, the junior class has celebrated their transition to senior year through a day of festivities replete with styrofoam hats, canes, red shirts and a traditional visit back to their freshman hall.
After chairing Obama's bioethics commission, Gutmann will stay out of public policy to focus on Penn
Academia is often cited as being far removed from the “real world" — even more so from Capitol Hill — but a few scholars and groups at Penn break that mold.
DP receives results from investigation of reporting practices during South Carolina presidential primary trip
The Daily Pennsylvanian recently received the results of an investigation conducted by DP alumni to review the reporting that went into a post that was retracted in February.
After years of falling near the end of the presidential primary cycle, the April 26 Pennsylvania primary is finally relevant. Seventy-one Republican and 210 Democratic delegates will be on the line when Pennsylvania votes on Tuesday and, this time, their votes will be crucial.
In an email to all undergraduates on Tuesday, April 19 — the second after Wharton junior Ao “Olivia” Kong’s suicide — the administration announced new changes to address mental health.
Hillary Clinton addressed an enthusiastic crowd on Wednesday night at The Fillmore in Fishtown that remained unfazed by disruptions by protestors.
Engineering seniors Sade Oba, Alfredo Muniz, William Duckworth and Wharton senior Aaron Goldstein are the inaugural President’s Innovation Prize recipients, President Amy Gutmann announced Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning, Vice Provost for University Life Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum sent out the second email to all undergraduates since Wharton junior Ao “Olivia” Kong’s death.
Faculty members are no longer confidential resources when it comes to reporting sexual violence.
Summer just got more exciting for students sticking around Penn — they may find themselves rubbing elbows with Trevor Noah and the rest of the crew of The Daily Show.
With tuition through the roof, it’s logical to wonder just how expensive it is for the University to educate its students.
The protests that interrupted and ultimately ended a discussion between Penn professor Marjorie Margolies and CIA Director John Brennan have kicked off a series of reactions across campus, from a petition by a student publication to an official debate sponsored by the Penn Political Union.
With the attacks in Paris and Brussels still in recent memory, terrorism is on Penn students’ radars as a potential hazard for study abroad programs, especially in Western Europe. But a few students say they don’t see the violence as a threat to their plans.
Admission to Penn may have just gotten more equitable.
Five minority groups, including the Asian Pacific Student Coalition, currently have a seat on the University Council. But APSC has not been guaranteed a spot for the upcoming year.
Nearly a year after its inception, Penn’s Campaign for Community has sparked a wide variety of conversations about campus’ toughest issues.
President Amy Gutmann announced today that College seniors Vaishak Kumar, Kriya Patel and Nursing senior Melanie Mariano have won the 2016 President’s Engagement Prizes.