Three main events aimed to bring together the Penn community to raise awareness while providing a support system for survivors.
Published on Oct. 24, Grant’s eighth book delves into maximizing personal and professional success.
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.
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.
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 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.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with several Penn community members who have received threats to their personal safety via email and social media after they publicly expressed solidarity with Palestine.
The email, which was sent on Oct. 24, addressed how parents may have been hearing from their children and family members regarding concerns about safety and comfort on campus.
Nicolas O’Rourke, Kendra Brooks, Isaiah Thomas, and Nina Ahmad spoke at the event about their platforms ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
The DP compiled a comprehensive guide to the courses that double count for the spring 2024 semester based on data provided on Path@Penn.
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a list of interesting classes with difficulty ratings of less than two for the spring 2024 semester.
Rally-goers showed solidarity with people in Gaza amid continuing airstrikes and a mounting death toll in the region, and they called for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
On the day of her passing, Katz consumed a 30-ounce Charged Lemonade from a Panera at 200 S. 40th St. and went into cardiac arrest hours later.
University community members gathered at the LOVE Statue to hear speeches, prayers, and songs before marching on Locust Walk to continue the event outside Penn Hillel.
Wellness at Penn has created a resource page dedicated to helping students manage their well-being and cope with world news and events, find sources of support, and get immediate help in crisis.
The event, which ran from 10 p.m. to midnight, allowed students to watch the Philadelphia skyline go dark at midnight to aid birds migrating to the south.
The graffiti, found by members of AEPi around 11:30 p.m. on Oct. 20, read “The Jews R Nazis.”