Articles by Nicole Muravsky

02/27/24 1:04am
The changes include shortening the list of questions by more than half, moving back the date the form becomes available, and no longer considering the number of the applicant's siblings attending other universities.
01/28/24 10:50pm
The most recent concerns come one year after two Penn Dining locations were found to have violated city health code.
01/23/24 12:54am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Executive Director of Design and Construction at Facilities and Real Estate Services Chris Kern to discuss the progress of the University's various construction and renovation projects on campus.
01/22/24 1:09am
Of the students placed on the waitlist, approximately 500 are rising juniors and 300 are rising seniors. 
12/01/23 12:45am
The students engaged in a protest in the Penn Carey Law courtyard outside of the class hosting Professor Amy Wax’s guest speaker Jared Taylor.
11/14/23 10:50pm
The complaint alleges that Penn violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which protects against discrimination in programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance.
11/03/23 6:20pm
“I have heard from some that I have not been as effective as I could have been or should have been," Magill told the trustees.
10/30/23 12:35am
"My hope for my tenure as dean is  to connect personally with members of our community in hard times rather than issuing statements," Dean Sophia Lee wrote.
10/02/23 10:48pm
Hundreds of students, faculty, and staff gathered at the Smilow Commons Lobby in the Perelman School of Medicine for the event. 
09/27/23 10:33pm
The Black Law Students Association posted a statement on Instagram urging the administration again to terminate Wax.
09/13/23 10:04pm
The first students who can major and concentrate in DEI will graduate in 2024 following its start this academic year.
08/28/23 10:27pm
“Definitely focus on the card in front of you, but don’t lose sight of the brilliant array of cards around you,” Penn President Liz Magill said. 
08/10/23 12:39am
Horowitz has been on leave from his positions at Penn since April 2022. 
08/03/23 1:35am
Penn students spent ten days this summer exploring their Jewish heritage in Israel, on a trip funded by the nonprofit organization Birthright Israel.  
07/20/23 12:08am
Wharton Dean Erika James will oversee leadership, planning, and resources at Pomona College effective on July 1, 2024.
07/13/23 11:52am
Penn Med will use the Chester County hospital facility to provide physical and mental health care services to veterans in collaboration with the United States Department of Veteran Affairs.
06/29/23 2:03am
The Transnational Legal Clinic filed a complaint alleging that Pike County Correctional Facility is neglecting detained people's rights regarding access to phone calls and legal counsel. 
06/28/23 5:15pm
In addition to hearing the admissions report for the Class of 2027, Board of Trustees approved resolutions to establish a Department of Cinema and Media Studies and a Department of Historic Preservation.
06/20/23 8:46pm
The popular food truck will close on June 30 after serving the Penn community with Middle Eastern vegetarian goods for nearly 40 years.
06/07/23 10:58pm
"Introduction to Disability Studies" will be offered for the first time this fall, providing students with the opportunity to explore disability through an interdisciplinary lens.
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