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03/01/24 12:48pm
"The resolutions are grouped as we are unable to continue," Board of Trustees Chair Ramanan Raghavendran said.
03/01/24 6:00am
Also, administrators announced a tuition hike at a trustee meeting.
03/01/24 1:23am
SCUE is the first branch of student government to issue a public statement on academic freedom since the University’s leadership crisis began last fall.
03/01/24 1:22am
Academic Policy Committee Chair David Ertel led the voting process for the resolutions, which each passed unanimously and without discussion. 
03/01/24 1:03am
Wharton and Engineering junior Noah Rubin spoke at the Feb. 28 roundtable alongside students from eight other universities.
03/01/24 12:53am
At the event at Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Schlesinger shared how Roots is seeking to create mutual trust and solidarity amid escalating tensions over conflict in the West Bank. 
03/01/24 12:53am
Penn's United Minorities Council co-hosted their annual cultural fair event with the Class of 2027 board on Feb. 28 in Houston Hall.
03/01/24 12:12am
The symposium, which lasts from Feb. 29 to March 2, features a variety of faculty, scholars, and alumni across GSWG, FGT, and PWS. 
03/01/24 12:09am
The discussion, hosted by center director and sociology professor Hyunjoon Park, centered on Han's experience embracing her identity as a Korean-American and her fight against Asian hate through the lens of broadcast journalism. 
02/29/24 10:51pm
Residents have celebrated the dorm’s strong sense of community while describing ongoing challenges with amenities and the dorm selection process.
02/29/24 5:23pm
The Penn Board of Trustees approved a 3.9% tuition hike for the 2024-25 academic year.
02/29/24 6:00am
Also, the Penn & Slavery Project's fight for recognition.
02/29/24 2:24am
According to a Feb. 27 press release, five students received a memo that their involvement in the study-in was grounds for "disciplinary proceedings." 
02/29/24 2:22am
The documents reveal that the hearing board decided to conduct Wax’s case as one of “flagrant unprofessional conduct by a faculty member.”
02/29/24 2:19am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with multiple people affiliated with the Penn & Slavery Project about their efforts for wider visibility of the project and its findings — both on campus and outside of it — and how the University has responded. 
02/29/24 1:29am
The donation was intended to support the Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia's Literacy Initiative, which allegedly included the sum in its operating budget.
02/29/24 1:13am
The fellowship, now in its fourth year, is awarded annually to a graduate architecture student in honor of Abele's legacy. 
02/29/24 12:39am
The Supreme Court, which agreed to expedite the case, said that it will hear arguments on Trump's immunity the week of April 22. 
02/28/24 4:05am
The new funding will allow the aging cars on the Market-Frankford Line to be replaced once a contract is signed with a rail car manufacturer.