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04/05/24 12:07am
Penn wrote that the plaintiffs’ claims should be dismissed on the grounds that their challenge is "premature," given that the University's response to antisemitism is ongoing.
04/03/24 11:29am
The March 30 statement points to the barriers that FGLI students face at Penn — including club fees, textbook costs, and "outright discrimination."
04/03/24 2:23am
Veil uses a machine learning algorithm to pair students based on the compatibility of both personality and physical preferences. 
03/31/24 11:38pm
Platt Student Performing Arts House told performing arts groups that they would not be able to use the theater until an engineer assessed the space on Monday. 
03/29/24 6:34pm
The concert will take place in Penn Park beginning at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, April 19, and it will be followed by the Daytime Fling event on Saturday, April 20.
03/28/24 7:34pm
In a series of conversations with The Daily Pennsylvanian, five Engineering students described a lack of club space as well as prohibitions on testing and machining laboratory use. 
03/28/24 2:58am
The powwow was open to the public and featured singing, intertribal dancing, and Indigenous vendors. 
03/25/24 11:59pm
The three shared experiences varying from a months-long backpacking trip to TikTok fame.
03/25/24 10:48pm
Matisyahu — a Jewish American, Grammy-nominated Reggae artist — came to Penn through an invitation from Penn Hillel. 
03/25/24 2:49am
The evening began with a rally featuring remarks from students and administrators and continued with a march across campus, a candlelight vigil, and stories from survivors of sexual abuse.
03/25/24 1:05am
The Undergraduate Assembly instituted an airport pairings program for this year's spring break, encouraging students’ joint use of ride-sharing services to reduce financial costs and carbon emissions while returning to campus.
03/24/24 10:50am
At Penn, Gordon was a member of the Pre-First Year Program and was involved with the Makuu: The Black Cultural Center community. 
03/21/24 10:44pm
A notice posted on several classroom doors in Williams acknowledged the issue and attributed it to issues with the building's air handler.
03/21/24 5:30am
The Class of 2028 received 65,230 applications according to Interim Penn President Larry Jameson's stated remarks at a University Board of Trustees Meeting on March 1.
03/21/24 2:04am
PAO, a pro-Palestinian student organization, is no longer listed on the Penn Clubs website and is not allowed to organize events in Penn-affiliated spaces until the investigation has concluded, a source told the DP.
03/18/24 11:26pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian collected a list of easy classes for next semester — all of which have difficulty ratings of less than 2.1 on Penn Course Review.
03/17/24 9:59pm
Karabel, a professor emeritus in sociology at UC Berkeley and author of “The Chosen: A Hidden History of Admission and Exclusion at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton," led the discussion.
03/15/24 12:12am
The petition calls on Penn to dismiss the ongoing disciplinary cases against five students who took part in a Feb. 19 study-in at Van Pelt Library. 
03/14/24 2:09am
Though the lawsuit has been ongoing since 2021, excerpts of Penn administrators' deposition transcripts were only recently made public during the discovery stage of the lawsuit.
03/12/24 11:54pm
The amended complaint includes two new plaintiffs — Wharton and Engineering junior Noah Rubin and Students Against Antisemitism, Inc.