“As a transfer, it’s a little bit harder because people already have their friend groups. It’s nice to get to know people right away on your floor," College junior August Gebhard-Koenigstein said.
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Of the 24 Event Observers, about one-third are Penn graduate and professional students; another third are staff members, and the final third are individuals affiliated with Penn.
Capogiro co-owner Stephanie Reitano attributed the shop's closing to high rents and local competition.
“There’s a pretty clear distinction between the international foreign kids and the true foreign kids. I can’t imagine how they would feel, coming to a different country for university. I was technically coming back to a place I knew."
More than a month after Penn Law School professor Amy Wax co-wrote a controversial op-ed in praise of "bourgeois values," the University is still dealing with blowback from her now-viral article.
Five of the fourteen students to have died by suicide since February 2013 at Penn have been graduate students.
“We’re here forever as long as we’re concerned," said Fresh Grocer store manager Dawn Goldstein.
A lawyer said Penn's policies surrounding maternity leave may not seem fair, but are definitely legal.
In June, some 10 students admitted to Harvard University had their offers rescinded for posting offensive memes in a group chat.
Campus is abuzz over Penn Law professor Amy Wax's controversial op-ed, which called for return of 'bourgeois' cultural values
The pro-union group Graduate Employees Together — University of Pennsylvania, better known as GET-UP, blasted Amy Wax's op-ed as "hateful and regressive" and called on Penn President Amy Gutmann to condemn it.
Penn contested the terms of a crucial vote at the National Labor Relations Board for three months, delaying the efforts of pro-union graduate students.
Paul Sniegowski is an avid biker known among colleagues and students for his friendliness and sense of humor.
Employees praised Penn Medicine's culture, which values hard work, intelligence and playfulness.
President Trump said in a June 16 memo that he plans to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects "dreamers" — individuals who entered the United States as children.
At approximately 1:13 p.m., the Division of Public Safety released its third safety alert in the past three days.
According to a financial advice website, the city is 14th in the country for summer internships, but a staggering 111th for summer jobs.
Though their undergraduate schools may differ, many seniors cite the same qualities when discussing their favorite classes.
On May 30, representatives from GET-UP brought the authorization cards that they've been collecting from graduate students since March to Philadelphia's National Labor Relations Board office.
Some students can't move into their off-campus houses until June 1, but that's ten days after classes start
“I can’t really go anywhere,” said College sophomore Jackson Baker, who has been sleeping on different couches for 11 days and bringing his overnight bags with him to the first week of classes.
A group of over 1,000 graduate students, who call themselves GET-UP, an acronym for Graduate Employees Together — University of Pennsylvania, have been working toward this since they made their movement public in March.