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The group wrote that the definition of “underrepresented black students” should apply only to those whose families have been in the United States for more than two generations.
This event is the first of its kind that students have seen. It comes after four Penn students have died in the span of two months.
Dean of Admissions Eric Furda was on the organization's board of directors when it first received this legal complaint.
A freshman who applied to the University of Rochester as a home-school student was recently expelled for falsifying her transcript.
Hayley Geftman-Gold, a top lawyer at CBS who graduated from the College in 1997, was fired after posting on Facebook that she wasn't sympathetic for victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
Some higher education experts said the new platform may just add to the list of things prospective students have to do, instead of easing the admissions process.
DeVos' announcement came just days after the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education gave Penn a failing grade for protecting due process in cases of sexual assault.
In the 2017 ranking, Penn tied with Duke University for the eighth spot, but Duke dropped to No. 9 this year.
Sixteen percent of Penn undergraduates are legacies. That's more than the percentage of black students or first-generation students.
Starting Monday, 421 popular alcoholic beverages will cost consumers at least $1 more.
Penn's overall yield rate is lower than Harvard University's 84 percent and Yale University's 71.4 percent, but higher than Princeton University’s 66.6 percent and Dartmouth College's 61 percent.
Pan-Asian student leaders said conservatives concerned about discrimination against Asian Americans in the admissions process should focus on other issues Asian Americans struggle with such as the "bamboo ceiling."
Johnathan Smith, 21, was studying mechanical engineering and was involved in the Trinidad and Tobago Art Society.
There are 45 different student-run performing arts organizations at Penn who put up over 60 performances each year. Here are seven of the most prominent.
The Higher Ed Leaders Forum, a two-day conference organized on May 31 and June 1 by the New York Times, brought together leaders from Universities such as Penn and Harvard University to discuss free speech, race relations and other issues affecting colleges today.
“A lot of us talk about jobs we’re going into after school, but it would be great to also have people talk about the charities they want to donate to and the impact they want to make in the world,” Wharton and Engineering senior Shayna Fertig said.
The Philadelphia march, one of over 350 marches that will take place across the United States from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., is intended to be a nonpartisan show of support for public policy based on scientific fact and celebration of the role science plays in our daily lives.