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03/29/23 11:03pm
The filmmaker, Jennifer Fox, alleges that she was sexually abused by Ted Nash — who died in 2021— when she was 13 years old. 
03/29/23 9:57pm
As the Supreme Court considers overturning affirmative action, the DP spoke with administrators, professors, and students about what this could mean. 
03/29/23 12:31am
Jason Wingard’s resignation comes after a series of recent events sparked outrage from members of the Temple community. 
03/28/23 1:41am
The dean’s list is an annual honor given to students based on academic performance during the fall and spring semesters. 
03/26/23 10:35pm
Penn's response comes nearly two weeks after a supermajority of RAs and GAs filed for official unionization recognition.
03/22/23 10:55pm
The policy's wording was updated on Penn's website during the Class of 2026 admissions cycle last year, the DP found.
03/22/23 8:48pm
Since the election details were finalized, house staff organizers alleged that Penn Med leadership has been spreading misinformation about the voting process.
03/21/23 10:30pm
CEO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System Kevin Mahoney announced the elimination of a “small number of administrative positions which no longer align with our key objectives.”
03/20/23 11:36pm
Penn, Drexel, and other local institutions could contribute to a "services-based" fund to support UC Townhomes residents.
03/17/23 12:16am
The first administrative filing detailing Veikos' gender and familial status discrimination and retaliation claims was filed in October 2011, while the second was filed in October 2012.
03/16/23 11:32pm
In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, University spokesperson Ron Ozio refuted part of the letter's claims. 
03/15/23 8:35pm
A letter from OPEIU Local 153 was also sent to Penn President Liz Magill to announce their formation as a union and request voluntary recognition from the University.
03/14/23 8:00am
Penn will award Menzel, a Tony award-winning actress, an honorary Doctor of Arts at the ceremony, according to an announcement from Vice President and University Secretary Medha Narvekar. 
03/13/23 11:54pm
Under Penn's Capital Plan, the Commons renovations would encompass the second and third floors of the facility and cost $10 million this fiscal year and $55 million in total through fiscal year 2024.
03/12/23 10:26pm
Protestors remained outside the Inn at Penn for over two hours, and students and community members spoke to the crowd about why protecting Chinatown is important to them.
03/12/23 10:18pm
On Aug. 15, a District Court denied a motion filed by the schools that were sued to dismiss the lawsuit, according to a public opinion.
03/02/23 9:32pm
For the 2023-2024 academic year, the eligibility threshold for financial aid packages that fully cover all undergraduate costs will be raised to $75,000.
03/02/23 12:42am
Class Board presidents said that protestors chose both the wrong occasion and the wrong tactics. 
03/01/23 10:40pm
The TUGSA strike, which began on Jan. 31, follows a year of bargaining with the university for increased pay, expanded leave, and healthcare.
03/01/23 9:48pm
Pascucci was selected following a national search that began when former Vice Dean and Director of Admissions John McLaughlin departed Penn last November.