Penn Medicine named internationally renowned cancer immunotherapy and translational research expert Robert Vonderheide as the next director of the Abramson Cancer Center earlier this month.
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We're breaking out some snazzy new sweaters for Commencement today! pic.twitter.com/0sMB1dk4mG
It all comes down to this.
Nobody remembers the team in second.
There is a reason that most Penn students shudder at the term “literature review.”
Laundry in the Quadrangle is free of charge, but that doesn’t mean it won’t cost you something.
Spring Fling has a very different meaning for freshman Isis Trotman.
Spring Fling is right around the corner — and for some Penn students, that means prepping for visitors.
Today, the Task Force on a Safe and Responsible Campus Community released a list of recommendations intended to “foster a campus climate and culture that is free of sexual harassment and sexual violence, alcohol and other substance abuse, and other forms of behavior that may violate Penn’s Code of Student Conduct.”
At Penn, it is not particularly dangerous to be a journalist. We, the staff of Penn’s student newspaper, are grateful for that. We are grateful that our opinion columnists may assume that if they air an unpopular or controversial viewpoint, they will not be physically assaulted. We are grateful that, when our reporters publish unflattering truths, they are not threatened with sanction or harm.
Here's how Penn makes sure you won't trip and fall on Locust — since they would be legally responsible
Locust Walk is the trademark walkway on Penn’s campus, but it can be a headache as well — Penn is legally responsible for injuries that happen on their sidewalks and pathways.
Vice President Joe Biden will speak at Cornell University’s Convocation on May 27, according to the Cornell Daily Sun.
For many students, Penn Hillel provides a welcoming home to eat meals that are kosher Passover. But these meals come at a price — one that is higher than for the rest of the year.
The Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office at The University of North Carolina concluded that university football player Allen Artis, who was accused of sexual assault last year, did not violate university policy, The Daily Tar Heel reported.
Looking over the official Class of 2021 admissions statistics, which were released publicly last Thursday, we at The Daily Pennsylvanian are reminded of a few simple, disheartening truths.
When it rains, it pours.
Residential programs advertise intellectual conversation, engaging events and, most importantly, a home. But for some, these promises fall short.
Last week, more than two thousand applicants around the world received the news that they had been accepted for enrollment at the University of Pennsylvania. If you are one of the few thousand applicants that were accepted, we at The Daily Pennsylvanian congratulate you. The moment we opened our emails and heard “The Red and the Blue” was one of the most exciting of our lives, so enjoy it to the fullest.