Articles by Vivi Sankar

04/05/24 12:07am
Penn wrote that the plaintiffs’ claims should be dismissed on the grounds that their challenge is "premature," given that the University's response to antisemitism is ongoing.
03/21/24 2:04am
PAO, a pro-Palestinian student organization, is no longer listed on the Penn Clubs website and is not allowed to organize events in Penn-affiliated spaces until the investigation has concluded, a source told the DP.
03/12/24 11:54pm
The amended complaint includes two new plaintiffs — Wharton and Engineering junior Noah Rubin and Students Against Antisemitism, Inc. 
03/01/24 1:23am
SCUE is the first branch of student government to issue a public statement on academic freedom since the University’s leadership crisis began last fall.
02/13/24 1:04am
"The Complaint sweeps through decades of unconnected alleged incidents in search of a narrative," University and WilmerHale attorneys wrote in Penn's first response to the lawsuit since it was filed last December.
02/08/24 9:10pm
The experiment shows promise for a new approach to treating liver failure and alleviating demand for transplants.
02/05/24 11:16pm
“We never received a notification of the meter having issues, and no one ever reported the outage,” the PECO spokesperson said.
01/30/24 11:17pm
An August 2023 letter signed by students and recent graduates alleged that the School of Veterinary Medicine consistently made them work too many hours per week.
01/17/24 8:37pm
The commission, which was launched in the fall semester, is charged with providing critical feedback on addressing hate, discrimination, and bias on campus.
12/05/23 9:03pm
Wharton's new course, LGST 2990: Seminar in Law and Society, offered in Spring 2024, will study the nature, functions, and limits of law as an agency of societal policy. 
11/06/23 10:47pm
The virtual reality video aims to educate the public on how to use Narcan through an accessible, immersive training experience. 
11/06/23 8:36pm
Initially launched on Valentine's Day last year, Crushes was first available exclusively to Wharton MBA students  
10/16/23 1:05pm
The study examined factors that could theoretically affect varying chronic pain outcomes between patients of different races and ethnicities.
10/09/23 9:58pm
The excavation of the site began in 1950 under Rodney Young, former curator-in-charge of the Penn Museum's Mediterranean Section.
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