Articles by Katie Bartlett

03/01/24 1:03am
Wharton and Engineering junior Noah Rubin spoke at the Feb. 28 roundtable alongside students from eight other universities.
02/22/24 11:21pm
The nine universities that have students attending the roundtable include Penn, Harvard, and Columbia. 
02/08/24 7:57pm
The court heard oral arguments about Trump's eligibility to hold presidential office, with many justices appearing skeptical of multiple aspects of Colorado’s decision.
12/14/23 7:04pm
Over 8,500 students applied to Penn through the Early Decision program this year, according to the University’s announcement.
12/12/23 1:51pm
Jameson has served as executive vice president of the University of Pennsylvania for the Health System and dean of the Perelman School of Medicine since 2011.
12/09/23 3:35pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s coverage of campus tensions has ranged from the Palestine Writes Literature Festival to backlash from donors and trustees.
12/07/23 11:10am
Penn President Liz Magill's future at the University remains unclear as the controversy over her testimony before Congress continues to intensify.
12/05/23 10:53pm
Students filed the lawsuit under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and allege that Penn "subjects them to a pervasively hostile educational environment." 
12/05/23 2:22am
A year and a half since Magill’s first Convocation address, many students, faculty, and alumni told the DP that they no longer feel that free speech and productive disagreement are possible on campus. 
11/30/23 12:33pm
"This moment of challenge is exactly the time to recommit to our ambitions for the future and to further our connections as a community," Magill wrote in the email. 
11/21/23 12:26am
The group has outlined three key demands towards top University representatives: ceasefire in Gaza now, the protection of freedom of speech at the University, and the institution of critical thought on Palestine.
11/15/23 3:15am
Penn Police Deputy Chief of Investigations Michael Morrin told the protestors that they would be arrested if they did not leave the building and gave them a 30-minute warning before arrests would begin. 
11/14/23 1:31pm
The group accused Penn of neglecting to support dissenting voices on the Israel-Hamas war and promised to hold programming in response to the University's failures. 
11/10/23 12:27am
The walkout opened with calls for a ceasefire, restoration of water and electricity in Gaza, and an end to United States and University aid to Israel.
11/03/23 12:46am
The latest longtime donors joining the backlash against University leadership include 1967 College graduate Stephen Levin — the namesake of the Stephen A. Levin Building.
10/24/23 12:11am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with advisors, alumni and students to learn more about the individualized major program, why it is difficult to get approved, and why students are seeking more flexibility in their course of study. 
09/28/23 2:13am
The vandalism occurred at an open lot across the street from Chabad at Penn's Lubavitch House.
09/22/23 12:01am
The disparate responses — combined with the impact of external Jewish activist groups across the country — represent only some of the Jewish communities who have weighed in on the controversy. 
09/14/23 10:41pm
Lunch options include entrees, sandwiches, sides, desserts, and beverages that rotate daily, as well as a salad bar.
08/21/23 9:20pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered a list of five administrators who recently assumed, or will soon be assuming, new roles within the University this fall. 
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