Articles by Diamy Wang

05/24/23 11:24pm
Ousterhout taught at Penn for 10 years until his retirement in 2017, and was one of the leading scholars in Byzantine studies. 
05/18/23 11:00am
The May 15 ceremony marked Penn President Liz Magill's first Commencement. President Joe Biden was also in attendance, prompting heightened security. 
05/17/23 1:32pm
A likely victory in November's general election will make Parker, a 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate, Philadelphia's first female mayor. 
05/12/23 1:46am
The year's cohort of six recipients include a journalist, an astrophysicist, and Nobel Prize winners.
04/25/23 8:34pm
Biden’s announcement comes weeks after his visit to Penn earlier this month.
04/24/23 10:51pm
Gym launched her community safety plan, addressing gun violence and school safety, at the endorsement event.
04/13/23 12:26pm
The event, titled “Trust, Safety, and Social Media,” covered Roth’s journey and actions during his time at Twitter.
03/29/23 12:15am
The newly inaugurated governor proposed an increase of more than $650,000 in funding for the School of Veterinary Medicine and Penn Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases.
02/23/23 10:49pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Gym about her goals as a mayoral candidate.
02/16/23 11:45pm
Fetterman sought treatment at Walter Reed National Military Center in Bethesda, Md., on Feb. 15.
02/07/23 11:38pm
Several Penn community members had previously been selected to serve on Shapiro's transition advisory committees.
01/17/23 11:06pm
In November, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives originally voted to impeach Krasner largely along party lines.
01/12/23 11:14pm
Casey is expected to make a full recovery after surgery.
12/05/22 3:10am
A total of 4,235 undergraduates filled out the Marriage Pact this year.
11/30/22 1:55am
Lawyers, administrators, and professors compose the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, which voted 15-1 to eliminate the testing mandate.
11/11/22 12:26am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to upperclassmen and faculty who offered three main pieces of advice for first-year students.
11/09/22 1:46am
The sudden terminations spanned multiple departments from engineering to content management. Days after the mass layoffs, however, the company reportedly asked laid off employees to return.
10/18/22 12:32am
The strike, which started Sept. 26, worked to address fair wages and health care, according to the PMA Union.
10/12/22 10:08pm
Program communities, a category that includes Student Designed Communities and Course Communities, allow groups of students in the same program to reside on the same floor of a dormitory.
09/26/22 11:46pm
The protest, which aimed to call attention to issues surrounding Columbia's increasing presence in Harlem, was co-organized by the United Front Against Displacement and two Columbia student organizations.
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