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In a time when there have been a large amount of pressing issues among students, the announcement of New College House West's construction comes as a distraction from the calls to action within the Penn community.
In general, how can student activist groups lobby Penn's administration effectively in order to promote change?
What’s going to matter in the very end is how you appreciated the details of what you did have — how you lived every day.
Is Penn filling up too much of its classes through early decision? Should there be any changes to Penn's admissions policies with regards to early decision?
Now that we’re here, we should pull ourselves out of our bubbles and re-embrace the magic of what drew us to Penn in the first place.
It’s crucial to know what causes Penn Face at its root. Are the forces simply too strong to be overcome?
Do you believe that the task force efforts to combat sexual violence and substance abuse are currently misguided with regards to events monitoring?
The College must offer less electives and instead use the space for more adequate development of each major.
Should Penn admissions change its policies regarding legacy students? If so, what should it do?
If we demanded that governmental attention be paid to small actions by businesses, we may just end up with a little less wastage and a little cleaner land.
Explanations for the mistakes can be ambiguous. According to Time, the universities cite reasons such as “technological glitch” in their “automated mail-merge process,” “human error” and “clerical error.”
The city of Philadelphia has allocated an additional $700,000 to support homeless youth.
Pennsylvania Democratic Senator Bob Casey visits Penn to offer his support to students following the racist incidents of the past week.
University City is the most expensive place to rent in Philadelphia this fall.
The homes of Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey’s neighbors were vandalized with anti-Republican messages.
Donald Trump voiced his plans on tackling the costs of higher education at a rally in Columbus.