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FLITE plans to host workshops for students to build academic skills and provide advice for navigating these industries.
09/17/19 10:46pm
Yoshida, a 1995 graduate from the Graduate School of Education, brings an extensive background in intercultural education and community work to her new role.
09/08/19 10:13pm
Ruger sent an email in late August to the Penn Law community to introduce structural changes to Penn Law's Office of Inclusion and Engagement, which was established in May.
08/22/19 6:44pm
This year, 70% of 3,345 admitted students accepted their offers, the highest yield rate since the 2009-2010 academic year.
08/14/19 10:40pm
Six officers received non-fatal gunshot injuries after narcotics officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant at a North Philadelphia home, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
07/29/19 8:10pm
Authorities discovered the college consultant at the center of the national scandal in 2016 while investigating Philip Esformes, the parent who bribed a former coach to help ensure his son's admission to Penn, the Los Angeles Times reported.
07/17/19 11:12am
Chester Hollman III was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Penn student in 1991. Now, his charges will be formally dismissed later this month, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
07/15/19 11:29pm
The Greenfield Intercultural Center recently released a full-time job posting for the position, which was previously part-time. For years, FGLI advocates have said the role is too demanding to accomplish in a part-time capacity.
07/13/19 5:28pm
The former vice president earned nearly $800,000 from working at Penn as a Presidential Professor or Practice.
07/08/19 6:06pm
The new tower, located at 800 Walnut St., is the most expensive per-square-foot office building in Philadelphia. 
07/06/19 1:10pm
Robb, who was convicted in 2007 for bludgeoning his wife to death, appeared before a Montgomery County Court judge on June 28 and requested a trip to Israel to handle his mother's estate.
06/18/19 12:11am
The fire department was called to 34th and Walnut streets, and firefighters and Penn Police escorted the workers down a ladder.
06/09/19 9:57pm
Wharton will increase its MBA tuition while Harvard University and the University of Chicago freeze theirs.
05/27/19 3:43am
Robertson, a Wharton legal studies and business ethics professor, will replace current vice dean Lori Rosenkopf on July 1.
05/21/19 3:44am
Penn President Amy Gutmann gave the opening speech for the ceremony after 2019 College graduate Shiv Nadkarni performed the national anthem.
03/20/19 5:42pm
Students said the national admissions scandal and the Jerome Allen case have generated discussions on the role that money plays in college admissions. College junior Luke Yamulla referenced the bribery allegations as well as recent tuition hikes in a recent post on Penn’s meme page, Official Unofficial Squirrel Catching Club.
03/11/19 11:46pm
Penn Admissions revamped their information sessions and admissions tours, run by Kite and Key Society, to be less focused on "facts and figures" and more on personal anecdotes of Penn.
02/15/19 1:13am
The number of applications Penn received is about a one percent increase from last year's numbers. By comparison, the Class of 2022 saw above a 10 percent increase in applications. 
02/06/19 10:56pm
Starting this fall, Penn will be the first Ivy League school to offer a fully online bachelor degree program. 
01/30/19 11:43pm
Admissions officers say there is no formal fact checking process in place and they do not intend to implement one.
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