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04/12/24 7:18am
The list, released April 9, marks two years since Penn Carey Law first announced that it would stop submitting data to the rankings. 
04/11/24 1:22am
Potential changes relate to sector and foundation requirements, the number of credits in each major, and the College's mission statement. 
03/28/24 1:36am
The conference featured a diverse array of speakers from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq, and Palestine.
03/20/24 12:42am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Orenstein and Benjamin Schmitt — a senior fellow at Penn who was sanctioned in 2022 — about their thoughts on the sanction.
03/18/24 11:26pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian collected a list of easy classes for next semester — all of which have difficulty ratings of less than 2.1 on Penn Course Review.
02/28/24 3:08am
The panels featured scholars and artists who explored the relationship between the revolution and the past, present, and future. 
02/27/24 11:33pm
The professors who teach AFRC 1187 and students currently enrolled spoke with The Daily Pennsylvanian about why the class is important.  
01/30/24 10:58pm
Approximately 80 people attended the event, which featured remarks from Interim President J. Larry Jameson, Paideia faculty, and student fellows
01/23/24 9:35pm
2023 School of Engineering and Applied Science graduate Xander Uyttendaele is among 16 students or recent graduates selected for the Churchill Scholarship, a fully funded year of graduate study at the University of Cambridge. 
01/19/24 1:45am
Penn Faculty for Justice in Palestine says it stands in solidarity with Palestinians and advocates for a "shared governance" of the University. 
01/19/24 12:08am
Employees are not expected to work unless designated as essential as a result of the suspension of normal University operations, according to the Division of Public Safety.
01/18/24 10:49pm
The six non-resident advisors, who were selected from a pool of past fellows, will remain in the position for three years.
01/18/24 1:41am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with multiple faculty members about their thoughts on Rowan's Dec. 12 letter and its implications for freedom of speech and academic freedom on campus. 
12/05/23 9:03pm
Wharton's new course, LGST 2990: Seminar in Law and Society, offered in Spring 2024, will study the nature, functions, and limits of law as an agency of societal policy. 
12/05/23 2:22am
A year and a half since Magill’s first Convocation address, many students, faculty, and alumni told the DP that they no longer feel that free speech and productive disagreement are possible on campus. 
12/05/23 12:47am
The letter called the ban of the "Israelism" screening “a disregard for your students’ constitutionally protected right of free speech and a violation of the principles of academic freedom.”
12/04/23 9:10pm
The bill is intended to build trust between patients and doctors and protect patients, especially unconscious women, who are historically affected by the practice of pelvic exams. 
12/03/23 8:26pm
The event was first held in 2009 and aims to provide a space for Penn community members to use humor while creating literary-inspired, edible works of art. 
11/30/23 12:33pm
"This moment of challenge is exactly the time to recommit to our ambitions for the future and to further our connections as a community," Magill wrote in the email. 
11/30/23 2:07am
Faculty members, students, and alumni affiliated with the MEC talked to the DP about the implications of Küçük’s resignation as director amid heightened campus tensions.