Articles by Sarah Fortinsky

03/19/19 12:19am
Bank records were analyzed by the witness to show the money trail from Esformes' account to the Key WorldWide Foundation, which prosecutors allege was fraudulent and used to launder bribes from parents trying to gain college admission for their children, Law360 reported.
02/26/19 7:38pm
PennDesign has been one of the most tuition-dependent schools at Penn for the past several years, creating uncertainty over the future of the school because of the high financial risk that comes with varying enrollment sizes each year.
02/12/19 1:45pm
Stevenson has won several cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, most recently in a historic ruling that banned mandatory life-without-parole prison sentences for children 17 and younger.
01/19/19 12:26am
With nearly 3,000 undergraduate students involved in Greek life, it can be difficult to navigate the many events taking place at various corners of campus. Here are the details of the events, including times, locations, and organization hosting them. 
12/13/18 8:26pm
Harvest closed indefinitely after a fire in January 2017 to repair damage to the building, but four months later officials announced it would not reopen.
12/04/18 12:30am
Cohen, who received her Ph.D. from Penn in 1992, has led Weingarten since it was created in 2004 and oversaw learning resources at Penn for the three years prior. 
11/07/18 2:20am
Rep. Dwight Evans (D-Pa.) was re-elected to the House, still serving as the representative for Penn's campus.
10/16/18 3:29am
Blaze Bernstein, a College sophomore, died in a homicide in January this year. Sam Woodward, a 21-year-old who attended the same high school as Bernstein, is currently being held in connection to his murder. 
09/26/18 6:07pm
The decision, which is part of an initiative to create a 'sophomore experience' for second-year students, was released to student leaders at a meeting in Huntsman Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 25. 
09/21/18 4:54pm
The rally, which Obama will be headlining, is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and is for the reelection of United States Senator Bob Casey and Governor Tom Wolf, both of whom are Democrats. 
08/23/18 11:11pm
The building, previously opened 24 hours a day, was a popular destination for those looking to burn midnight oil. Some say the decision to close it early has only added to their stress.
06/12/18 2:23pm
Orange County DA spokesperson Michelle Van Der Linden confirmed that the hearing was postponed and has not been rescheduled. 
05/07/18 5:48am
The alert indicated that the suspect was last seen inside the hotel, but that police were on the scene and patrolling the area.
05/06/18 9:24pm
Dr. Oz of 'The Dr. Oz Show' has come under controversy for his contentious medical opinions and what some physicians term a 'disdain for science and for evidence-based medicine.'
04/11/18 1:00pm
Kong's parents allege in their complaint that Penn neglected to prevent Kong from dying of suicide and does not have the proper mental health resources to support similar students.
04/10/18 5:15pm
Parents of former Wharton junior Olivia Kong are the third group of individuals in the last three years to sue the University for being negligent towards a student who later died by suicide.   
04/09/18 10:15pm
Wax has become known to make controversial statements promoting 'bourgeois culture' and most recently declared that black students rarely graduate top of their class.
03/29/18 10:24pm
Rivell worked for four years at Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Science and was working towards obtaining a graduate degree in computer science at Penn too.
03/27/18 1:39am
The first Campus Conversation was hosted by Penn's administration last October in response to a string of student deaths, natural disasters, and political instability. 
03/21/18 1:07am
The email follows announcements from Drexel University and Temple University that they will close Wednesday. The City of Philadelphia announced that its offices will, jury duty, and normal operations will be suspended.
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