Campus & Community

From seed sowing to harvest

Five undergraduates spent their summer interning at Penn Farm, where they practiced regenerative agricultural techniques and learned about environmental and food justice.

Liana F. Wait

Move-In 2023: By the Numbers

With students arriving on Penn’s campus this week to move into the College Houses, Penn Today has compiled links to resources and statistics about the campus Move-In experience.

Amanda Mott

In the News

Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn grads’ nonprofit grocery proposing hot food for SNAP recipients raises ‘hullabaloo’

Recent Penn graduates Alex Imbot and Eli Moraru are creating a first-of-its-kind system to legally circumvent federal rules about food stamps in order to present hot, healthy food at their nonprofit, The Community Grocer.



A degree from this Ivy League university can add over $80,000 to your salary—it’s not Harvard or Yale

A Penn degree can add an estimated $80,000 a year to a graduate’s salary, with commentary from alumna Emma Morgenstern.


Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn biomedical scientists move into new uCity complex with 115,000 square feet of lab space

More than 50 Penn scientists and staff, including the Perelman School of Medicine’s Drew Weissman, are moving into 115,000 square feet of new lab space in the 13-story One uCity Square building.


Philadelphia Business Journal

Penn Medicine opens walk-in crisis response center at Cedar Avenue campus

Penn Medicine has relocated its crisis response center to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania-Cedar Avenue campus in West Philadelphia. The facility opened with remarks from Maria Oquendo.


Philadelphia Inquirer

Benjamin Franklin Parkway is getting a redesign. You can weigh in on the changes

Penn partnered with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in 2013 to make the Benjamin Franklin Parkway more vibrant, accessible, and welcoming to pedestrians and tourists.