As I realize what I am about to say, I can practically feel the earth shake as bra-burners of days gone by turn in their graves.
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The updates detailed a collaboration between the office of the Vice Provost for University Life, the UA and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly to address issues of mental wellness among students
In January, he will serve as a judge on Philadelphia's Court of Common Pleas, to which he was recently elected.
The results of the survey revealed that Penn students are disappointingly unaware of Penn’s resources, and were less likely than their peers at other schools to bring issues forward.
The Office of the Ombudsman works to “help people think through situations of stress or conflict in which they’re involved, to help deescalate conflict, and to help people move forward to a resolution"
The administration did not specifically respond to any of the demands set by SOUL on its Facebook event for the protest.
On Thursday, Drexel University announced its decision to rescind entertainer Bill Cosby's honorary degree, which he received in 1992.
Not only does Wharton offer higher salaries to its graduates - it provides a larger compensation package to its dean as well.
Penn’s Board of Trustees met for their fall meetings last Thursday and Friday.
Cosby, 77, who was accused two weeks ago of sexually assaulting someone at Penn Relays in 2004, received a Doctorate of Laws in 1990 and spoke at Commencement in 1997.
Despite Gutmann's salary boost, other Penn administrators received salaries on par with those of their Ivy League peers.
This weekend marks the seventh year of new events, including more artistic and cultural offerings.
The program, previously just offered to freshmen, may become mandatory if not enough students complete it before the spring semester.
According to Penn Board of Trustees Chair David L. David Cohen, “a significant portion of the President's compensation is in her performance bonus,” reflecting the success of the Making History Campaign.
While multiple University initiatives strive to protect open expression on campus, some students find it difficult to speak their beliefs
On Wednesday afternoon, administrators, faculty and students met in Houston Hall for the University Council’s second meeting of the year.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced today the launch of the President’s Innovation Prize, an opportunity for Penn students to apply their entrepreneurial ideas to the real world while also making a difference.
The Campaign launched last spring, and will focus on addressing issues among students that may cause disagreement.
A month later, the offices of the Vice Provost for University Life and the Vice Provost for Education have spearheaded efforts to address the issue.
Gutmann’s salary, which jumped 21 percent from last year to a total of $3,426,106, is the second highest in the Ivy League