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Art from Mexico

During visits to the Penn Museum this semester, nearly 200 students in intermediate Spanish classes had the chance to learn about yarn...

Politics, activism, and academics

The career of Tulia Falleti, Class of 1965 Endowed Term Professor of Political Science in the School of Arts & Sciences, grew...

Celebrating five years of innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity

Penn Today marks the anniversary of Pennovation Works, the University’s business incubator and laboratory space, with a look at the evolution of...

Simone Leigh’s Brick House officially dedicated on campus

During Homecoming Weekend, President Amy Gutmann celebrated with the Penn community the ‘dazzling,’ ‘daring,’ and ‘dramatic’ sculpture—one that is transformational for the...

Field hockey team ends season on high note

Penn defeated Dartmouth 2-1 on Saturday, wrapping up their season with a three-game winning streak and third-place finish in the Ivy League.

Penn vs. Cornell used to serve up Thanksgiving specials

Penn and Cornell face off for the 127th time on Saturday at Franklin Field. Forty-three of the first 45 meetings were held...

Doctoral cluster between Penn, Oxford, and Toronto targets environmental injustice

Through a unique partnership between Penn, the University of Oxford, and the University of Toronto, a research group aims to train future...

Dwelling in possibility

Celebrating poetry and literature at Penn since 1985, Al Filreis continues to create community at the home for writers he founded in...

Penn Libraries receives major gift of rare photographic plates by Edward S. Curtis

The University of Pennsylvania Libraries has received a rare collection of 151 interpositive glass plates by photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868–1952) from collector William...

Answering ‘How will we live together?’ at the Venice Biennale

The field of architecture and design has played a vital role in protecting public health during the ongoing pandemic, from offering strategies to mitigate the...

Drew Weissman and Katalin Karikó receive 2021 Lasker Award

Weissman and Karikó’s mRNA technology is recognized for enabling rapid development of highly effective COVID-19 vaccines.

Reported anger, sadness, depression, and anxiety spiked after George Floyd killing

The police killing of George Floyd took an unprecedented toll on the emotional and mental health of Black Americans, according to a...

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[Urbana] Check out the new sculpture at Meadowbrook Park!

Be sure to head out to Meadowbrook Park and the Timpone Family Tree Grove, and check out Suzi's Garden.  The sculpture was fabricated...

[Champaign] RESTAURANT WEEK

JAN 28 - FEB 5The Champaign County Area Restaurant Week is back! Discover local flavors at over 25 restaurants across the county...

[Urbana] Free injury screenings this winter and spring

Have nagging pain? Tweak something shoveling snow or working out? You have the chance to get a free injury...

[Champaign] ALL ABOUT MOVIES

AT THE VIRGINIA THEATRE January Is All About Movies at the Virginia Theatre. Here's what you can catch on...