Articles by Jared Mitovich

05/30/22 8:20am
The plagiarism accusations, which surfaced through a petition launched on May 16, alleged that two students admitted to Penn’s highly selective seven-year bio-dental program plagiarized several research papers while in high school.
05/19/22 12:54am
A 30-page document appears to present numerous instances of plagiarism and fabricated data in research papers and preprints authored by two students enrolled at Penn. 
05/11/22 12:41pm
Relive the Class of 2022's first year at Penn, which was found the University near the center of the nation-wide admissions scandal as well as brought major changes to housing policies.
04/11/22 11:30pm
Penn Law representatives told the DP that they will withhold public comment on the controversy until the faculty review process of Wax has concluded, in adherence to University policy.
04/07/22 11:09am
Horowitz departed the University yesterday to begin his federal service as the inaugural Director of the Office of Emerging Capabilities Policy.
04/07/22 12:02am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with 12 Penn community members and University leaders about the challenges that Penn currently faces under his leadership.
03/31/22 7:37pm
This year's regular decision admissions cycle marks a shift from past years, given that the University is not publicly highlighting its acceptance rate for its incoming class.
03/24/22 12:58am
In 2021, the Division of Public Safety issued a total of 67 UPennAlerts, up from 58 alerts in 2020 and 34 in 2019.
03/24/22 12:14am
The increase will account for rising expenses due to inflation and support the University’s growing financial aid program, faculty and staff, and interdisciplinary academic offerings.
02/23/22 10:59pm
The protest was hosted by the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes, a group composed of Penn faculty and students, the Black Bottom tribe, housing justice organizers, and West Philadelphia community members. 
02/16/22 11:15pm
Ruger and Finkelstein wrote that Penn Law will contribute over $8 million in new investments over the next five years to expand financial access.
02/10/22 3:00am
Gutmann, who resigned from the Penn presidency on Tuesday, sent an invitation emailed to all undergraduate students which stated the event will be held on Feb. 10 from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
02/04/22 12:17pm
Pritchett will serve until University of Virginia Provost M. Elizabeth "Liz" Magill begins her tenure as Penn's ninth president on July 1. He will be the first Black individual to serve as Penn president. 
01/27/22 1:18am
Wax, who has worked at Penn for two decades, decried the current state of higher education and the conservative political movement in the United States.
01/18/22 5:04pm
In the statement, Penn Law School Dean Ted Ruger wrote that complaints from Penn community members about Wax, who is a tenured University professor, motivated his decision to initiate the sanctions process.
01/17/22 10:38pm
The letter criticizes Wax, who is a tenured University professor, for making generalizations that are “a betrayal of the prestigious platform granted to faculty of an Ivy-League university.” 
01/05/22 12:49am
An online petition calling on Penn to suspend Wax and reform the University's tenure policy has been signed by over 800 people.
12/14/21 12:45am
After the Dec. 14 hearing, the committee will schedule a vote to submit Gutmann’s nomination to the Senate — favorably, unfavorably, or without recommendation.
12/02/21 7:08pm
Penn students who interned in the public sector discussed the value of building connections and the ability to move between the public and private sectors.
11/18/21 10:08pm
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health encouraged children to get vaccinated to offset a larger surge in cases as cold weather arrives and the holiday season approaches.
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