Class of 2022: By the numbers
On May 16, more than 6,000 students are eligible to graduate at the University-wide Commencement ceremony, and Penn will confer eight honorary degrees.
By the Numbers: Scoring sensation Adam Goldner of men’s lax
The senior attacker, two-time captain, and five-year starter recently wrapped up his record-breaking career for the Quakers.
The monumental effort to scale up campus COVID-19 testing
Key facts and figures point to the scale of the Penn Cares testing program and how Project Quaker helped bring students back to campus this spring.
By the Numbers: Penn in the NCAA Tournament (Women)
In celebration of the return of the NCAA Tournament after last year’s was canceled by COVID, Penn Today reflects on the Quakers’ appearances in the Big Dance.
By the Numbers: Quakers in the NBA
As the NBA prepares to open a coronavirus-shortened season on Dec. 22, Penn Today examines a collection of Quakers who have been drafted or signed by NBA teams.
By the numbers: The FY20 climate and sustainability annual report
Highlights from the report show progress on reducing carbon emissions, expanding sustainable transit, and increasing academic outreach.
Penn Ice Rink celebrates 50 years
The Class of 1923 Ice Skating Rink is celebrating a half-century of service to the Penn community. Penn Today reflects on the facility’s origins, and how it has grown and transformed over the years.
Class of 2020: By the numbers
In honor of the graduating Class of 2020, a roundup of facts and figures about the departing class.
Karekin Brooks, a career retrospective
The senior running back on the football team ends his career with stats that place him high in the Penn record books.
Innovation at ‘Cellicon Valley’
Key facts and figures about ongoing efforts towards translating discoveries and ideas into products and businesses at the Penn Center for Innovation.