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06/10/24 12:06pm
Effective from 2024 to 2026, the three-year agreement provides Penn students, professors, and researchers with the ability to publish their work to Wiley’s global academic and extensive library.
05/02/24 1:35am
Many students on campus had previously considered Mark's Café to be subject to theft from students, and the new machines require payment before accessing the item.
04/29/24 1:39am
The developer of the new building announced that the first floor of the building would be leased to a Grocery Outlet bargain market and Kilimandjaro, a Senegalese restaurant.
04/29/24 12:37am
The professor started the podcast, called “The Road to Accountable AI,” with the intention of reaching a broader audience beyond Penn’s campus and engaging with experts in the AI industry.
04/29/24 12:32am
The company's chief executive officer told The Daily Pennsylvanian that she is motivated by her previous battles with chronic eczema, and her involvement in the skin health community.
04/28/24 2:47am
The Daily Pennsylvanian looked into what disclosure and divestment mean and how Penn manages its $21 billion endowment. 
04/26/24 1:30am
Rock will receive up to $300,000 from Schmidt Sciences, a philanthropic organization dedicated to fostering the advancement of science and technology.
04/23/24 10:11pm
Wharton sophomores Levi Gans and Paco Prio said that they founded the club to provide students with the chance to explore music as a professional career.
04/15/24 9:57pm
The half-semester course — titled “REAL 3700X: Real Estate Data Analytics” — will be taught by real estate and finance professor Benjamin Keys.
04/05/24 1:24am
The protestors allege that Ghost Robotics is selling robots to Israel's military to be utilized in the ongoing conflict in Gaza. 
03/31/24 11:39pm
The $25,000 provided represents a decrease from both the $35,000 requested by Fight Night leadership and the amount delivered in previous years. 
03/31/24 10:23pm
The event, which was moderated by professor of marketing Cait Lamberton and took place in Steinberg Dietrich Hall, was open to undergraduate and graduate students and had approximately 100 attendees.
03/19/24 10:53pm
Scales — who is currently the associate vice president for Business Services at Temple University — will succeed Marie Witt in the position.
03/19/24 12:27am
The Graduate and Professional Student Assembly voted to extend $25,000 of funding for this year's Penn Fight Night, which is scheduled for April 6.
03/11/24 12:54am
The Wharton Graduate Association — which controls the funds raised from Fight Night’s 2023 event — promised that the $165,000 donation would be made in full, sources said.
02/25/24 11:01pm
The owners talked with the DP about the process of opening the business and their future plans. 
02/19/24 10:04pm
The app was initially piloted among Penn graduate students upon its launch.
02/06/24 9:20pm
The Huntsman Hall Farmer's Fridge is the third machine opened by Penn Hospitality Services. 
02/05/24 10:15pm
The lawsuit alleges that funds designated for economically underprivileged business students were given to student athletes who did not fit the criteria. 
01/29/24 9:53pm
Students expressed excitement at the company's extended hours and vegan options.