How a Philly man is fighting the city’s gun violence epidemic — one drum line at a time
The Beloved Care Project, which recently marched around Philly's university campus, aims to address the root causes of gun violence.
Penn faculty, staff call on university to pay its ‘fair share’ to support Philly public schools
By Chanel Hill PHILADELPHIA — More than 200 faculty and staff members at the University of Pennsylvania have urged their new leadership to pay “fair share” to support Philadelphia public schools. The Penn faculty and staffers have delivered letters to the new Chair of the Board of Trustees Scott L. Bok asking him to reverse […]
Independent report on handling of MOVE bombing victims’ remains attempts to clear Penn of fault
Penn Museum handed over the remains of the MOVE bombing victims to MOVE members July 2, according to the report.
Change universities to change capitalism | Opinion
Producing a truly more humane and effective system will also require changing American higher education.
Penn pledges $100M to help Philly schools fight lead, asbestos
The donation, $10 million a year for 10 years, is the largest private donation in the school district's history, officials said.
The Penn Relays, the nation’s oldest track and field event, canceled amid COVID-19 concerns
This is the first time in the history of the races that the event has been canceled. They will be reschedueld for May or June.
Erika H. James named first African-American, woman dean of U Penn’s Wharton School
Erika H. James is bringing a passion for business education to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where she will be the first African American and woman to lead the school in its 139-year history.
Penn Law students of color want ‘racist’ professor fired
The protest follows the Penn Undergraduate Assembly's unanimous approval last week of a resolution calling on the university to fire professor Amy Wax.