On March 11, 2020, Penn evicted students from campus and shifted to remote learning for the rest of the spring semester.
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Protesters shouted in uproar, preventing former ICE director Thomas Homan from speaking at an event in Perry World House.
Sen. Bernie Sanders celebrates in Manchester, N.H. after winning the primary on Tuesday night.
Penn's women volleyball program was cut short due to "vulgar and offensive" locker room photos and alleged mistreatment.
After backlash from students and alumni with petitions from the name change of Penn Law to Carey Law, administration ultimately decided to keep the school's title as Penn Law.
Professor Mauro Guillén spoke with guest lecturer and Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett on April 29, the final session of the course.
A total of 2,762 ballots were cast on Penn's campus in places like Houston Hall for the Midterm Elections.
Men's Basketball clenched the Ivy League Tournament Championship title in 2018 and headed to compete in March Madness in Kansas.
Penn Law Professor Amy Wax sparked controversy and outrage on Penn's campus in 2018 with her co-author op-ed in the Iniquirer arguing that white, Anglo-Protestant culture is superior to non-white cultures.
Penn First Plus opened its office in May 2018 to support first generation low-income students.
Students crowded the streets and watched the fireworks sparkle in the sky after the Philadelphia Eagles' first-ever Super Bowl victory in 2018.
New College House opened its door to 350 residents in August 2016.
Flyers of an email telling women to wear tight clothes and drink covered Penn's campus on Tuesday September 9, 2016.
1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States on November 9, 2016.
MGMT 198 was created to help Penn students better understand the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Penn is currently considering four scenarios for the fall semester.