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02/19/19 3:48am
Blume was a member of Penn's faculty for 44 years until his retirement in 2011.
02/18/19 9:25pm
His conversation with Gutmann comes amid speculation Biden will soon decide whether he is running for president in 2020.
02/18/19 4:27pm
The lawsuit, filed on Feb. 11 against the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania Health System, claims the defendants violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. 
02/18/19 10:53am
Throughout the day, 25 women leaders from a variety of industries and backgrounds discussed their experiences in a male-dominated world.
02/18/19 10:31am
Drexel University shifted its policy to privatized housing to fulfill the increased demand, following universities nationwide that have increasingly gravitated toward the private sector to meet their housing needs.
02/18/19 10:03am
Student volunteers dress up as superheroes, princesses, or other characters and visit patients in St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in North Philadelphia. 
02/18/19 2:26am
In 1937, Wright built Taliesin West, which served as his winter home until his death in 1959.
02/18/19 2:22am
The influential poet recently won the Bollingen Prize, one of the highest awards for an American poet, for his book of "Near/Miss."
02/18/19 2:19am
There are currently three videos in the series, all about five minutes long, which feature Hawk and Porter analyzing the Penn manuscripts in front of a green screen with Star Wars backgrounds.
02/17/19 10:44pm
Drexel's law school received a $1.65 million donation from Drexel Law professor Gwen Stern and her husband Andy Stern, a partner at Kline and Specter law firm.
02/17/19 10:41pm
The Lean Library Access browser extension allows students to access materials directly through an online search instead of through the Penn Libraries website.
02/15/19 6:13am
The number of applications Penn received is about a one percent increase from last year's numbers. By comparison, the Class of 2022 saw above a 10 percent increase in applications. 
02/15/19 5:11am
Feb. 3: At about 7:25 p.m., a woman reported that a person she knew assaulted and injured her. The juvenile suspect was arrested.
02/15/19 4:39am
Jones read sections from her new book “Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World from the Tweets to the Streets." 
02/15/19 3:04am
A new study predicts that by 2080, Philadelphia's winters will be 9.1 degrees Fahrenheit warmer and 41.1 percent wetter.
02/15/19 2:12am
Penn Dems members say the tabling effort was especially significant in light of several national issues that have targeted the LGBTQ+ community.
02/14/19 4:19pm
Originally created nearly 65 years ago to control blood pressure, reserpine now shows promising signs that it might be able to stop the spread of cancer.
02/14/19 5:23am
Stevenson is the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, which has led the fight to eliminate unfair sentencing and to exonerate innocent incarcerated people on death row.
02/14/19 2:54am
The map, released Feb. 11, updates every 30 minutes and contains a feature that allows users to view the street closure permits associated with a particular intersection or address.
02/14/19 2:00am
Toomey has sponsored gun control amendments in the past, but the activists said it was difficult to determine whether their trip was successful in swaying the politician to support stricter gun control.