The DP sat down with Penn President Liz Magill in her College Hall office on Jan. 9 to discus her first semester at Penn and the future of the University.
Magill talked about issues such as climate change, Penn's relationship with the West Philadelphia community, and the search for new administrators.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five members of the Class of 2027 about their backgrounds and what they are looking forward to the most this fall.
Biden's personal attorneys found the classified documents from Biden's term as vice president at the center on Nov. 2, 2022.
The coffee shop reopened on Jan. 9 following a third reinspection by the Department of Public Health.
Penn Admissions’s announcement, released today on its blog, represents a continuation of the policies first implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outside of the classroom, Campbell was a contributing reporter for the The Daily Pennsylvanian where he worked in the sports department.
According to the announcement, over 8,000 students applied to Penn through the Early Decision Program this year — an increase from last year’s 7,795 applicants and the largest early decision applicant pool in its history.
The Penn community navigated a changing University administration, campus renovations, and student protests this year.
Penn community members protested University's role in gentrification around West Philadelphia.
Following Thomas' performance at the 2021 Zippy Invitational, her participation began to draw criticism and transphobic rhetoric from media outlets such as Fox News and the New York Post.
Wax — a self-described “race realist” — drew national outcry at the start of the year after making racist remarks about Asian Americans on a podcast.
The DP's coverage followed all the developments, from the search for a new provost to the sudden departure of the director of the Pan-Asian American Community House.
Penn saw an increased visibility of student concerns about climate justice, protests surrounding Penn’s impact on the environment, and a new administration’s response to students' climate demands.
University City will soon welcome a renovated McDonald's and a new Target store.
The confirmation of former Penn President Amy Gutmann as the United States ambassador to Germany at the beginning of 2022 set into motion a months-long presidential transition.
Beginning the spring semester with remote learning and double-masking, Penn students returned in the fall to pre-pandemic levels of restriction.
The DP’s political coverage this year followed how the Penn community reacted to this year’s biggest moments in local and federal politics.
The technology, which comes from a company called ZeroEyes, uses artificial intelligence to detect if an individual has a gun.
The Penn Artificial Intelligence and Technology Collaboratory for Healthy Aging program supports projects that use technology and artificial intelligence to better treatment and healthcare options for older Americans.