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07/18/19 5:51pm
At a conference attempting to build a new, non-racist “conservative nationalism," Wax argued for an immigration policy favoring immigrants from Western countries over non-Western countries.
07/17/19 11:12am
Chester Hollman III was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Penn student in 1991. Now, his charges will be formally dismissed later this month, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
07/16/19 6:08am
“I certainly was not struck by any sense that I’m sitting before a genius," the admissions officer said.
07/15/19 11:29pm
The Greenfield Intercultural Center recently released a full-time job posting for the position, which was previously part-time. For years, FGLI advocates have said the role is too demanding to accomplish in a part-time capacity.
07/14/19 12:43am
All victims are in stable condition at local hospitals. 
07/13/19 5:28pm
The former vice president earned nearly $800,000 from working at Penn as a professor.
07/08/19 6:06pm
The new tower, located at 800 Walnut St., is the most expensive per-square-foot office building in Philadelphia. 
07/07/19 8:51am
The acceptance rate of 5.9% constitutes a marked decrease from recent years with an acceptance rate of 7.6% last year and 8.1% in 2017. 
07/06/19 1:10pm
Robb, who was convicted in 2007 for bludgeoning his wife to death, appeared before a Montgomery County Court judge on June 28 and requested a trip to Israel to handle his mother's estate.
07/01/19 11:59pm
The 17,000 square feet guesthouse will host "strategic meetings" and "important visitors and special guests." 
06/28/19 10:18am
Penn Medicine allegedly violated the False Claims Act after submitting reimbursement to Medicaid for ultrasound reports at an extreme delay.
06/27/19 12:02am
Penn is the only Ivy League institution in the top five colleges in America with the highest earning graduates, according to career website Zippia. 
06/26/19 1:57am
The items taken include wallets with credit cards and electronics such as an iPhone and laptop. 
06/24/19 11:30pm
The admissions center moved to the basement of Claudia Cohen Hall in late May after nine months of construction. The new center offers a bigger space and its design reflects Penn Admissions' recent re-branding.
06/24/19 11:28pm
The study analyzed Facebook status updates written by approximately 1,000 consenting patients and evaluated the posts' language and users’ demographics. Researchers found that social media content could predict all 21 conditions considered in the study.
06/23/19 9:14pm
The construction work that displaced the GAs include insulation and pipe work in the Quad and air conditioning installment in Kings Court and Du Bois.
06/20/19 9:08pm
U.S. News announced the 2019-2020 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll on Tuesday.
06/19/19 10:56pm
Penn's new Autoimmunity Center of Excellence is the fifth of its kind in the U.S., and will house two clinical trials as well as a collaborative project. The center will also host a mentoring program for scientists interested in autoimmune disease research.
06/18/19 12:11am
The fire department was called to 34th and Walnut, and firefighters and Penn Police escorted the workers down a ladder.
06/17/19 12:57am
2019 Engineering graduate Dayo Adetu sued her high school after failing to receive an unconditional college acceptance in 2014.