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Senior Column by Sydney Schaedel | Cut shortThe Daily Pennsylvanian has a challenging road ahead. The entire media industry is changing.
Wendell Pritchett selected as Penn's next provostPritchett, a scholar of urban policy, education and race relations, is currently the Presidential Professor of Law and Education at Penn Law.
Harvest is permanently closed, Penn announces in statementThis comes months after the popular restaurant was damaged by a fire in January.
Gutmann calls Penn a 'safe space,' but declines to use complete 'sanctuary campus' term in interviewThroughout the interview, Amy Gutmann spoke about the treatment of undocumented students and maintained University efforts to increase economic diversity, but refrained from entering any politically divisive territory.
Joe Biden is going to be a Penn professorThe former Vice President will lead the Washington-based Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
Amy Gutmann signs letter with 47 other university presidents criticizing Trump immigration banThe letter is direct: "We write as presidents of leading American colleges and universities to urge you to rectify or rescind the recent executive order closing our country’s borders to immigrants and others from seven majority-Muslim countries and to refugees from throughout the world," it reads.
Gutmann calls Trump's immigration order 'injurious to our work' in speech on College GreenGutmann's speech came during a Faculty Senate protest on College Green over Trump's controversial order, which temporarily banned immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Man injured on 40th and Locust Saturday morningAround 9:50 a.m., a Daily Pennsylvanian reporter saw the man on the road in front of Saxby's coffee shop with his bike underneath him.
With Joe Biden planning to 'set up shop' at Penn, here's a timeline of all of his interactions with the UniversityNearly every Penn student knows now how former Vice President Joe Biden plans to "set up shop" at Penn now that his term is completed, but the Delaware native has long had a close relationship with the University.
Penn maintenance worker says he was sent to drown out religious protestersA FRES employee told a Daily Pennsylvanian editor that he was instructed to drown out the protesters, but a Penn spokesperson denied any such command.
Four overnight robberies prompt DPS AdvisoryThe email said the robberies took place "between 43rd & 47th Streets and Spruce & Cedar Streets, just west of our campus and Patrol Zone."
Vice President Joe Biden was spotted at Penn Law SchoolThis comes just days after Biden was caught on a hot microphone confirming his decision to come to Penn after he leaves the White House.
Provost Vincent Price will become President of Duke UniversityProvost Vincent Price will be leaving Penn to become President of Duke University, Penn President Amy Gutmann announced in an email on Friday morning.
Former admitted student is likely going on trial for sexual assaultChukwudi “Chudi” Ikpeazu, a former Penn admitted student, pleaded not guilty on Aug. 8 to a misdemeanor charge of sexual assault.
Rodin’s recent maintenance meltdowns, explainedCurious what caused recent maintenance problems in Rodin? The Daily Pennsylvanian has answers.
Sanders gives 'boring' speech at University of the Arts, lets McGinty thrash TrumpIn her speech, Katie McGinty focused mostly on eviscerating Republican nominee Donald Trump, a 1968 Wharton graduate.
Faculty members must now report sexual violence under Title IXFaculty members have been given a much larger role this academic year when it comes to dealing with sexual violence.
Students brave the heat in un-airconditioned dormsEight hundred out of the 6,500 students who live in on-campus housing live without air conditioning.
Gutmann, Trump and Pence respond to Friday night shooting"Officer Miller’s bravery underscores the courage and professionalism of our Penn Police force," Gutmann said. "We are blessed to have the best university police department in the nation."
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Sen. Bob Casey voice support for campus protestersPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted early in the morning. “Stand up like these @Penn students — take the @ItsOnUs pledge to help keep students safe from sexual assault."
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