The inaugural Ivy League Tournament featured one Penn championship, one devastating Penn loss, and a whole lot of extra juice in the Penn-Princeton rivalry.[...]
Penn clinches final spot in inaugural Ivy League Tournament with a Palestra moment for the ages.[...]
Cinema studies faculty came together Wednesday afternoon to talk about this year's Oscar race.[...]
Law School’s Sparer Symposium tackles voting rights and gerrymandering.[...]
Gutmann: Penn opposes executive order on immigration and refugees.[...]
Data Refuge project preserves federal data on climate change.[...]
PG-13 films: heavy on violence, light on consequences.[...]
Looking back—way back—with Penn astrophysicist Bhuvnesh Jain.[...]
Digital Penn Museum expands online access to collections and more.[...]
Doctoral student—and whiskey distiller—Zach Cohen.[...]
Shakespeare has some company in Fisher-Bennett Hall.[...]
Only copy of Franklin’s first printing job acquired by Penn Libraries.[...]
$12 million to establish Human Pancreas Analysis Program at Penn.[...]
MLK Social Justice Lecture features Charles M. Blow and Joy Reid.[...]
Panels examine foreign policy, the economy, and “truth” in the Trump era.[...]
Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey to speak at Commencement.[...]
Biden joins Penn to lead Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.[...]
Tennis looks to improve standing; women’s lacrosse to dominate.[...]
From Dec. 5, 2016 to Feb. 5, 2017[...]
Alumnus, journalist, and self-described math geek Alan Schwarz saw something rotten in the number of kids diagnosed with ADHD and treated with amphetamines. He responded with a powerful series in The New York Times—and an even more powerful book.[...]