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Senior Column by Manlu Liu | Be kind to student journalistsI wish others would understand the challenges student reporters experience — both emotional and practical. We shoulder the heaviness of listening to, thinking about, and accurately depicting sensitive issues.
Penn forms faculty committee to expand research on 'climate emergency'The group will talk about how to foster research and teaching of climate change worldwide, in addition to discussing how Penn could be more sustainable.
Penn Engineering receives record $25 million donation for new data science buildingThe donation, made by 1980 College graduate Harlan Stone, is the largest in the history of the school.
‘Carey Law’ changes its shortened name back to ‘Penn Law’ after extensive backlashThe school will be changing its short-form name to "Penn Carey Law" in the 2022 to 2023 school year.
Penn changes course after claiming Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to transgender peopleThe lawyers' latest arguments were filed on Wednesday in court proceedings for a lawsuit submitted on July 2.
Penn creates new branch under Provost Office for CAPS and Student Health ServiceBoth SHS and CAPS were previously overseen by the Vice Provost for University Life.
Penn Law renamed ‘Carey Law School’ following record $125 million donationThe renaming was approved by the Board of Trustees on Friday, the Board of Trustees Chair David Cohen and Penn President Amy Gutmann wrote in an email sent to all students.
SHS Director Giang Nguyen leaves Penn with a legacy of improving health care for minoritiesIn two weeks, Nguyen will be leaving Penn to take on the top position at Harvard University Health Services following a national search for a replacement for Harvard's former director.
Indecent assault on 41st and Pine Streets prompts UPennAlert Tuesday eveningThe alert, which was posted at 4:56 p.m., described the suspect as a male, between 15 to 17 years old.
Penn grad Gregg Semenza, a 2019 Nobel Prize recipient, describes his road to successOn Monday, Semenza was one of three scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for "discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability," the Nobel Assembly announced.
To honor Eells, CAPS will roll out his signature counseling program 'Let’s Talk'In the initiative, named Let's Talk, a CAPS counselor comes to several locations that students frequent for about a few hours each day from Monday to Thursday.
Penn grad Gregg Semenza wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or MedicineSemenza graduated with a Ph.D. in genetics from the School of Arts and Sciences in 1984 and a medical degree from the Perelman School of Medicine in 1982.
Streets near Fresh Grocer flooded after water main break Monday eveningThe break was located at 40th and Sansom streets and occurred at about 8 p.m., Division of Public Safety Director of Operations Kathleen Shields Anderson wrote in an email.
CAPS cancels some appointments Tuesday, directs students to SHSClinicians are available at Student Health Service on Tuesday and CAPS will resume its regular appointments Wednesday.
CAPS Executive Director Gregory Eells died by suicide Monday morningEells was appointed to lead CAPS in January 2019 and started his term in March. Penn informed the community of the death Monday afternoon, but did not specify the cause of death.
Penn Institute for Contemporary Art Director Amy Sadao steps downSadao will now be pursuing a book project on museums, an ICA press release said.
Penn GSE professor allegedly investigated for sexual misconduct and racist behaviorMarybeth Gasman, who ran the Center for Minority Serving Institutions and studied historically black colleges and universities, was investigated the Penn. She will be starting a new position at Rutgers on Sept. 1.
Shots fired in attempted armed robbery on 35th and Market streetsThe suspects are two males driving a burgundy or maroon Chevy Trailblazer.
Seven injured in shooting at a West Philadelphia playgroundAll victims are in stable condition at local hospitals.