As 2018 approaches, the University continues to face unanswered questions about its investments and how they will hold up against shifting federal guidelines.
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"At this pivotal moment, we urge you to express your views through social media and directly to elected officials in the House of Representatives and the Senate," Gutmann's statement read.
Student groups apply to umbrella organizations for representation at Penn — but not all are admitted
Two groups recently applied to be constituent members of APSC, but only one was accepted.
One of the largest debates that erupted this year was over the University's new rules around social events on campus. Here's everything you need to know about what happened.
"I think the cancer world is forever changed.”
There will also be designated "Uber zones," at major buildings on campus including Houston Hall, the Quad and Penn Dental School, where students can easily be picked up and dropped off.
For some students, the name changes mask a policy that does not appear to have been enforced consistently or explained entirely accurately by financial aid officers.
Fifth-year students aren't covered by Penn's 'all-grant' financial aid policy, causing confusion and panic
Hundreds of rising fifth-year students found out through Facebook that they don't have access to financial aid beyond eight semesters. For some, this is a direct contradiction of what was told to them by the University in previous years.
Mad Mex joins a long list of stores in University City that have been closed due to health violations. Chipotle briefly closed down earlier this year, while Capogiro, Bobby's Burger Palace and Harvest were also ordered to cease operations last year by the Department of Public Health.
Philly Voice reported that a man died in North Philadelphia while trying to jump onto to a SEPTA train early Saturday morning.
In her editorial, Gasman said she was asked at a conference about the lack of faculty of color at elite institutions and replied, "'The reason we don’t have more faculty of color among college faculty is that we don’t want them. We simply don’t want them.'"
A fraternity listserv email thread containing racial and homophobic slurs prompted a member to leave the organization at the end of the spring semester.
An apparent computer glitch may have affected around 100 rooms.
Our reporter shadowed SPEC through the day, witnessing the lead-up to Chance the Rapper.
This past Friday, concert headliner Chance the Rapper almost cancelled his performance due to illness.
Penn students tickets were reduced from $40 to $25, while other university students with a .edu email can now buy Fling tickets for $40 instead of the original $55.
LPS students often have already faced a difficult journey just to get to Penn, but financial aid policies and curriculum constraints often present additional challenges upon arrival.
Riepe College House had its affiliation with Penn revoked this past weekend and will move off campus next semester.
When College seniors Sophia Hu and Connor McLaren first stepped onto Locust Walk four years ago, they were the first signing Deaf students to enter Penn in over 15replaced "fifteen" years.
The recruitment process for OAX started in the fall, unlike other sororities on campus.