Hewitt confirmed that her previous position as senior associate director for Wharton undergraduates has been filled by David Ross, who was previously associate director.
On June 28, Gutmann released a statement referring to the findings of both the student researchers and the working group recognizing the role of slavery in the University's past.
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas ruled in favor of the University in the legal dispute in May, but The Fresh Grocer appealed the decision.
Over three months, the Penn Police responded to a number of incidents involving simple assault and package theft.
Samuel Woodward, 21, could face life in prison without parole if convicted of the crime with the sentencing enhancement of a hate crime.
Student Financial Services attempts to address these unanticipated costs such as fees for transportation and classes on an individual basis.
During the anti-bias training, employees and managers watched 21 short videos about racial bias.
Orange County DA spokesperson Michelle Van Der Linden confirmed that the hearing was postponed and has not been rescheduled.
The abrupt White House announcement came after nearly the entire team said they intended to boycott the celebration that was scheduled to take place the next day.
During the Commencement speech, NBC News’ Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and 1967 Penn Graduate Andrea Mitchell detailed her experience facing gender inequity as a female journalist.
The alert indicated that the suspect was last seen inside the hotel, but that police were on the scene and patrolling the area.
Both the Philadelphia Police Department and Temple Police are investigating the homicide, and Temple’s announcement noted the investigators “do not believe that this was a random act.”
Obama will be the keynote speaker at Temple University's event, which is is expected to have approximately 8,000 high school students across Philadelphia in attendance.
On April 25, Penn Museum held the opening for the student exhibition, 'And So The Story Goes... Innovations in Storytelling,' in Mosaic Hall.
The campaign aims to raise $4.1 billion in four years, making it the most ambitious fundraising project in Penn history.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted Mill bail, overturning the 2-4 year sentence he received for parole violations in November from Court Judge Grenece Brinkley.
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.
Daniel Sundheim, a 1999 Wharton graduate who is the former chief investment officer at the Viking Global Investors, donated $3 million to the museum.
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.
The firm purchased the building, located at 22 S. 40th Street, for $2.5 million from mental health care facility and reportedly plans to restore the building to its former glory through $5 million renovations expected to last less than a year.