03/14/17 11:43pm
“The cost of going to Penn for another year as opposed to making money was a major factor,” College junior Gabrielle Jackson said.
03/13/17 2:23am
Horowitz has contributed to scholarly journals as well as media outlets like The New York Times and Politico.
03/02/17 3:25am
Susan Sorenson, who serves as a professor of social policy in the school of social policy and practice as well as the Director of the Evelyn Jacobs Ortner Center on Family Violence, performed a study in partnership with the Philadelphia Police Department on over 35,000 cases of intimate partner violence.
03/02/17 1:29am
The Individualized Major is a program through the College that allows students to design their own curriculum and, essentially, create their own department.
03/01/17 1:38am
“We celebrate and honor the region we travel to for the forum, so we will have some region-centric topics,” Wharton Executive Director of Alumni Relations Lizann Rode said.
02/28/17 9:57pm
Recent research from Penn and the University of York found that drowsy teenagers are 4.5 times more likely to commit crimes before turning 29. 
02/28/17 3:53am
The suitcase locks did not budge at first. However, after several attempts to unlock the valise, Senior Archivist Alessandro Pezzati was finally able to jolt it open with a screwdriver.
02/27/17 1:39am
College freshman Michelle Lu, who receives financial aid for approximately half the total cost of attendance, said that while the $3,000 tuition increase doesn’t seem like a lot incrementally, it will be significant by the end of her four years at Penn.
02/25/17 9:33pm
Because of test-stealing and other forms of cheating, College Board will have an international security increase for the SAT.
02/24/17 8:37pm
Magnum’s leave was determined last fall by a 10 to 1 approval for a separation agreement by the FAMU Board of Trustees. 
02/23/17 2:51am
“In light of the immigration ban, I think this program holds even more significance,” ELP Student Center Coordinator and College senior Joanna Xue said. 
02/22/17 3:50am
The email, which carried a subject line “Textbook Change,” said the decision was made because the store has “seen a steady decline in ... coursebook sales and profitability over the past several years.”
02/20/17 4:13am
Glanz was one of four new members on the 17-person Advisory Council, which met for the first time this term at the National Institutes of Health’s campus in Bethesda, Md. earlier this month. 
02/20/17 2:19am
Doctoral candidate Colman Humphrey said Twitter would become less of a forum for intellectual conversation and more of a "tabloid" medium as time progressed after a debate. 
02/17/17 7:34pm
“How do you not pay women equitably?” one of the trustees asked in the meeting. 
02/17/17 6:51pm
Emile Bruneau, a research associate at the Annenberg School for Communication, said his results suggest Trump's executive order on immigration, which the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently halted, may "promote" violence rather than decrease it.
02/17/17 4:38am
Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former National Security Advisor Stephen J. Hadley will be hosting a discussion on “A New Approach to the Middle East” at Penn.
02/17/17 4:00am
Engineering senior Sacha Best has the unusual privilege of teaching as an undergrad.
02/16/17 9:17pm

Former Phila. Mayor Michael Nutter is joining the School of Social Policy and Practice

Nutter was appointed the Senior School of Social Policy and Practice Executive Fellow at the Penn Institute for Urban Research. In this position, he will focus on poverty in Philadelphia and other cities. 
02/16/17 3:24am
For students interested in learning home-brew chemistry, bartending, ballroom dancing, and other non-ordinary skills, the Penn Preceptorial Committee has them covered.