Published on Oct. 24, Grant’s eighth book delves into maximizing personal and professional success.
Wellness at Penn previously recommended the new boosters, which are currently only produced by Pfizer, Moderna, and Novavax, for all members of the Penn community.
The plan comes after several high-profile donors have criticized the administration for their response to the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and the ongoing violence between Hamas and Israel.
Penn's Office of Audit, Compliance, and Privacy website provides information regarding online harassment and how community members can receive support.
Associate Vice Provost for Education and Academic Planning Gary Purpura wrote to The Daily Pennsylvanian that once the course selection period ends, the University begins scheduling the final exams using the most recent registration data.
While the Target is canceled, the addition will still consist of retail space for an unconfirmed tenant, Alterra managing partner Leo Addimando told the Inquirer.
The Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security will join forces with campus law enforcement to monitor and address hate-related threats and offer federal support to educational institutions.
Economists at Opportunity Insights compared SAT and ACT scores from 2011, 2013, and 2015 to federal income tax records of students’ parents spanning the previous six years
First established in 2011, Penn Museum’s annual CultureFest! invites members of the Philadelphia community to learn about the diverse traditions of different global cultures.
Club members highlighted how recent administrative support for Indigenous Peoples’ Day helps advance their goals.
Vice Provost for University Life Karu Kozuma and Dean Andrew M. Hoffman notified the Penn Vet community of Kim's death in an email sent on Oct. 27.
Around 20 Penn community members — including representatives from Penn’s Young Democratic Socialists of America, Students for the Preservation of Chinatown, and the Coalition to Save the University City Townhome — attended the conference and gave speeches about the legal action
The AAUP statement says that the University’s response to the situation has catalyzed “targeted harassment from within and beyond” the community, allegedly from students as well.
The piece, published Oct. 17, argues that university leaders and faculty have failed to provide students with the basic education necessary for navigating complex moral issues.
The complaint calls on the attorney general's office to investigate the Board of Trustees' conduct and order them to end all direct and indirect investments in fossil fuels.
In the letter, the trustees wrote that they believe University leadership is dedicated to upholding Penn's values.
"My hope for my tenure as dean is to connect personally with members of our community in hard times rather than issuing statements," Dean Sophia Lee wrote.
The family of Katz — a Penn student with a heart condition who died last September — filed a lawsuit against Panera last week alleging that Katz died after consuming Panera’s Charged Lemonade.
Established in 1992, the 340B program aids safety-net hospitals serving low-income individuals.
Provost John L. Jackson Jr. has announced the creation of an ad hoc consultative committee to help fill the H. Carton Rogers III Vice Provost and Director of Libraries position.