Students might be away from campus over the summer — but there's been no shortage of controversies and changes in the higher education world over the last few months.
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On Monday, Vice President Joe Biden announced a $100 million White House program to expand tuition-free community college programs in a speech at Philadelphia Community College.
The EP, which was released this February, is the second in three years for Elizabeth Goran.
In the ensuing celebration for the Villanova Wildcat’s win over the North Carolina Tar Heels in the NCAA Championship game, eight participants were arrested and 25 were injured. Five people were hospitalized, mostly due to fractures. There was one citation. Due to the win, classes were canceled the following day.
Two years ago, Drexel University began accepting applicants through the Common Application to boost its retention and graduation rates. The strategy has proven successful so far; this year, their retention rate has risen 2 percent and their yield rate increased from 8 to 13 percent.
On Saturday morning, three candidates hoping to be Penn’s next UA president introduced their platforms and discussed the role of the UA in the first debate of the election cycle.
This Tuesday, H. Jon Benjamin played tracks from his own experimental jazz album on the stage in the Harrison Auditorium at the Penn Museum. The voice actor addressed a full house at the sold-out event.
The students and faculty of Sweet Briar planted two sweet briar rose bushes, rang bells, and prayed on March 3, the anniversary of the announcement that the college would close its doors.
The former captain of the Yale men’s basketball team, Jack Montague, announced his plans to sue the college on March 14.
The former admiral and congressman — who announced his 2016 Democratic Senate campaign at Penn — returned to campus on Monday to discuss the tenets of his foreign policy plan.
The faculty of the country’s top colleges favors former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton more than any other candidate, according to data from campaign contributions during the 2016 Presidential elections.In a survey of campaign contributions from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia and Stanford, faculty overwhelmingly donated to Democratic candidates, especially Clinton.