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Quakers for Life, a student group opposed to abortion, protested outside Van Pelt Library on Monday using nearly twenty graphic pictures of aborted fetuses.
What Gutmann and Pritchett told The Daily Pennsylvanian about DACA, mental health and unregistered parties
Penn's president and provost shied away from details in a 30-minute interview with editors from The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Justin Hamano, a third-year law student, had roles on Lambda Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
The deans of each undergrad school had previously been able to choose whether or not to inform their constituent faculty members, leaving swaths of faculty uninformed of student deaths.
President Amy Gutmann remains silent on how the task force's recommendations directly combat sexual violence
Gutmann said the Task Force’s “overarching” goal had been to keep students safe from all types of harm, from sexual assault to “falling behind in their studies.”
Brett Cooper, who was slated to graduate in 2018, died in his off-campus residence, the University announced in an email.
On Aug. 31, the same top three University officials emailed about Hurricane Harvey, including many same resources and details.
Two Penn students are on trial for assault. A third was hospitalized. What happened in the Quad on April 8?
No clean resolutions are likely in any story like this—complete with blotted memories, bias and alcohol-fueled chaos.
"Nick was and always will be a beloved brother of Sigma Alpha Mu," the group said. "In all that he did on Penn's campus, Nick embodied the main tenets of our brotherhood and he will be greatly missed."
The student, Nicholas Moya, formerly lived in Ware College House and had been president of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
Cross, who begins her new job on Sept. 13, replaces longtime LGBT Center Director Bob Schoenberg.
Not all of these cases result in actual conduct violations, but the substantial rise in investigations parallels a crackdown in higher education on sharing information in computer science courses.
The Division of Public Safety have sent nine safety alerts since the beginning of the summer.
In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn Law School professor Amy Wax said Anglo-Protestant cultural norms are superior.
"There is no change in our admissions policy for the 2017 – 2018 cycle," said Renee Post, Penn Law associate dean for admissions and financial aid, in a statement.
The woman, who is not affiliated with Penn, was approached by a man in a multicolored shirt and dark shorts, who pulled a gun out and demanded she give him her bag.
Johnathan Smith, 21, was studying mechanical engineering and was involved in the Trinidad and Tobago Art Society.
The alleged perpetrator, described by the Division of Public Safety as a lightly-complected black man with curly hair in dark pants and a purple shirt, used a "simulated weapon" to rob someone unaffiliated with Penn.
The group penned an open letter to Penn President Amy Gutmann, Chair of the Board of Trustees David L. Cohen and the rest of the trustees.