Administration

04/27/18 6:39pm
'[W]e want to make clear that what was described in this article could not be more at odds with our educational and moral values,' wrote the Chair of the Psychology Department. 
04/26/18 3:01am
On April 25, Penn Museum held the opening for the student exhibition, 'And So The Story Goes... Innovations in Storytelling,' in Mosaic Hall. 
04/26/18 12:46am
The 2016 College graduate said she and Kurzban kissed in January 2016 at his apartment. After that night, she ended the romantic relationship, but he continued to pursue her at least twice, she said.
04/25/18 11:23pm
The Penn Relays is the nation's oldest and largest track and field meet, typically attracting over 100,000 spectators and competitors to Franklin Field.
04/25/18 10:39pm
The campaign aims to raise $4.1 billion in four years, making it the most ambitious fundraising project in Penn history. 
04/25/18 1:10am
If administrators want to adapt and improve the University’s policies around sexual misconduct, they must also be willing to acknowledge when existing policies have been violated.
04/24/18 11:57pm
Graubard said he was notified on April 17 for the first time that his research could not be published at the time. He further stated he was given no reason for the University's decision.
04/24/18 6:54pm
The Harvard Varsity Club distributed copies of 'What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen,' to Harvard athletes, coaches, and administrators.
04/24/18 5:08pm
The Chief Wellness Officer will oversee a new department called 'Student Wellness Services' that will include Counseling and Psychological Services, the Student Health Service, and the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives.
04/24/18 5:40am
The detailed 24-page report provides evidence of performing arts groups' years-long struggle for space and a list of both short and long term recommendations for the University to consider.
04/24/18 5:30am
On April 23, the student group presented new research findings to the community that detailed research on funds and possible slave labor that went into the construction of campus.
04/24/18 1:04am
Hofstra students demanded the removal of the statue of Thomas Jefferson, the nation's third president, because he was a slaveowner.
04/22/18 10:01pm
This comes amid a year-long student campaign which also put forth the proposal to instate an online bias reporting form, which administrators say should launch by the end of April.
04/20/18 10:22pm
She joins individuals like South Korean President Moon Jae-in, CEO of Apple Tim Cook, and the student leaders of the March for Our Lives movement on the list. 
04/19/18 7:32pm
Thousands of Benjamin Franklin’s documents were made available by the Library of Congress for the first time in honor of his death on April 17, 1790.
04/19/18 3:00pm
Representatives from several University Council subcommittees also came for this meeting, including the Campus and Community Life Committee, Academic and Related Affairs Committee. 
04/19/18 2:50am
Over the two-day period, students are introduced to the various academic, social, cultural, residential, and extracurricular opportunities that the University has to offer.
04/17/18 10:49pm
One of the features of the exhibit will be a side-by-side comparison of a map of Nippur in 1400 BCE and a 2017 map of the SEPTA transit system. 
04/17/18 2:43am
Penn Law professor Amy Wax said that academics promoting “pluralism and the demoralization of sexuality” are “living the 50s and talking the 60s."
04/13/18 2:08am
The event discussed the intricacies – and ambiguities – of sanctuary city policy and Penn's role within the immigration debate.