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JOKE ISSUE: Easy, breezy, beautiful GutmannThe face of Penn President Amy Gutmann will soon be gracing more than the pages of the Daily Pennsylvanian — Gutmann was named the newest CoverGirl.
New show revolves around a murdered Penn studentTonight, watch Lucius Malfoy look into the murder of a Penn student in Jerusalem.
The top PennApps submissions of the weekendThis weekend, hackers converged on Penn for the biannual PennApps hackathon. Here were the top ten projects of over 200 submissions developed this weekend.
At Penn Law, four and a half minutes in silence after Ferguson decisionOn Monday, 70 students laid in silence on the floor of Penn Law in solidarity with protestors around the country after the Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision.
Research Round-Up Dec. 2A synopsis of research released this week from Wharton to Penn Medicine.
Jake’s Sandwich Board opens todaySandwiches, shakes and fries are now available on 40th Street. Today is the grand opening of Jake's Sandwich Board on 40th and Sansom streets.
From Quad to CoutureKate Middleton has been spotted dozens of times wearing his “corkswoons.” Beyonce loves that she danced “a thousand miles” in his heels.
Sushi burritos to make campus debutWinter is coming, and so are sushi burritos.
Housing Guide 2014 | How to hide alcoholHow to hide alcohol
A Halloween to actually rememberWe were sober on Halloween. This is our story.
People keep talking about Hoodie AllenPenn's own rap phenomenon releases his first full-length album today. But what was he like before his tracks climbed iTunes charts? Who was he at Penn?
Your next lecture: How to get away with murderShonda Rhimes is producing a new show that is — basically — based on Penn.
Penn alumni helped shape new vision for World Trade CenterFor Burger, the road to developing the World Trade Center began during his freshman year at Penn.
Sophomore speaks at United Nations on Europe's last dictatorshipAs a high school student with a passion for politics, Ben Fogel he could land his dream internship with the United Nations Watch.
Restaurants, playgrounds proposed for Fairmount ParkOn Tuesday, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, along with PennPraxis — the applied research arm of PennDesign — presented recommendations for a new East and West Fairmount Park.
Local cemetery seeks input on renovationsThe Woodlands Cemetery, located on 40th Street and Woodland Avenue, is currently surveying the community on how to spend a $300,000 grant.
Son of local Congressman sues FBI, IRS, DOJChaka Fattah Jr., son of Congressman and 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate Chaka Fattah Sr., has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the IRS, DOJ, FBI and United States.
Pork, brisket, steak sandwiches coming to 40th and SansomJake’s Sandwich Boardok announced yesterday that they will join the development at 40th and Sansom streets, which is opening in Fall 2014. Philadelphia Business Journalok crowned Jake’s cheesesteak the best in Philadelphia in 2013.
University City program connects high school students with internshipsThe University City Summer Jobs Program connects West Philadelphia high school students with summer internships and prepares them for secondary education and their future careers.