Articles by Jared Mitovich
Van Pelt Library remains closed for fourth day as flood clean up continuesThe library first closed on Monday due to a "serious" failure of a chilled water pump that flooded the library's basement mechanical room in the morning.
Amy Wax defends accusations of inflammatory remarks to audience of college professorsWax said she would take Penn to court if she is punished, calling the University "ruthless" and "unprincipled."
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Hundreds of Penn faculty were invited to an event with Amy Wax. How many signed up?On April 13 at 3 p.m., the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression will host a Zoom webinar titled "Amy Wax and the Limits of Academic Freedom."
Penn to offer second iteration of D.C. course, bringing students to White House, Supreme CourtThe course will be held for the second time this fall, and students will have more opportunities to hear from public officials and visit government spaces.
‘On its last legs’: How Penn is quietly refining its legacy admissions policyThe policy's wording was updated on Penn's website during the Class of 2026 admissions cycle last year, the DP found.
Penn announces Idina Menzel as 2023 Commencement speakerPenn will award Menzel, a Tony award-winning actress, an honorary Doctor of Arts at the ceremony, according to an announcement from Vice President and University Secretary Medha Narvekar.
Fried chicken restaurant Wishbone closes University City location after 10 yearsWishbone offered a menu that included buttermilk battered chicken tenders and wings, mac and cheese, salads, biscuits, vintage sodas, and cornbread, along with an array of homemade dipping sauces.
Penn to host support check-in after earthquakes devastate Turkey, SyriaThe event will be held from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Feb. 10 at Perry World House, Penn's foreign policy think tank.
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Amy Wax files grievance against Penn Carey Law dean in opposition to disciplinary proceedingsA series of documents obtained exclusively by the DP reveals another turn in Wax's ongoing legal battle against Penn Carey Law Dean Theodore Ruger.
The full interview: Liz Magill talks to the DP one year after her presidential nominationThe DP sat down with Penn President Liz Magill in her College Hall office on Jan. 9 to discus her first semester at Penn and the future of the University.
Year in Review: How the Amy Wax controversy unfolded, from racist comments to a U. investigationWax — a self-described “race realist” — drew national outcry at the start of the year after making racist remarks about Asian Americans on a podcast.
Wharton Dean Erika James talks new book, crisis leadership in interview with the DPJames told The Daily Pennsylvanian that she hopes the book will help people recognize challenges as a means to better prepare them with navigating future unexpected situations.
Amy Wax's classes see sharp decline in enrollment as Penn's investigation nears second yearAn analysis by the DP found that seminars taught by Wax have seen a below-average enrollment compared to all Penn Carey Law seminars for at least six semesters.
Penn Carey Law will end participation in U.S. News & World Report rankingsThe decision brings Penn Carey Law into a group that includes Yale, Harvard, and other top law schools that which have also announced they will withdraw from the rankings.
From 3-7 to 8-2: The stats behind Penn football's one-year turnaroundTo explain the turnaround, the DP analyzed dozens of data points from the 2021 and 2022 seasons, examining the areas in which Penn experienced the greatest improvements.
At long last, Five Guys plans to open on Penn's campus in mid-DecemberThe new Five Guys location replaces Beijing Restaurant, which closed its Spruce Street location in September 2020.
Delco Steaks, Yifang Taiwan Fruit Tea to open at Franklin's Table on Penn's campusDelco Steaks will open on Dec. 5, while Yifang Taiwan Fruit Tea, a boba tea chain, has a target opening date of mid-January.