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Kelby Reed will travel back and forth from Russia with a group of international activists.
Campus Apartments and University City Housing have adjusted their leasing agreements for the new academic year schedule.
A month after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that genes cannot be patented, Penn and Myriad Genetics — the company which had its genetic patents overturned by the Court — have filed two lawsuits claiming that their breast cancer-related patents were infringed.
After two days of negotiations, and 18 months of organizing, workers in Falk Dining Commons in Penn’s Hillel unanimously voted to accept a three-year contract with Bon Appétit Management Company last Friday.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to Penn Career Services, a Wharton management professor and recent alumni about how to be the perfect intern.
Molly Hude died while on an archaeological dig in Belize when her taxi to the airport swerved into an oncoming bus.
The Penn Club of New York, which generally caters to alumni, has a special deal for undergraduates this summer which has attracted more students in the past.
Navy Commander Pamela Herbig Wall is pursuing a doctorate in nursing at Penn while stationed with the 2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
A petition from the UniteHere union asked that Wharton’s San Francisco campus stop patronizing le Méridien hotel—the site of a lengthy labor dispute and economic boycott.
Each year, the best Engineering students compete in the Senior Design Student Competition to show off the projects they have been working on for more than a year. The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at the winners of this year’s competition.
The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look back at the past 20 years of union activism on campus.
Engineering seniors Cynthia Mai, Eric Berdinis and Jeff Kiske have designed a video billboard which tailors the advertisements it displays to the people walking by based on their age, gender, glasses and facial hair.
Last week, Falk Dining Commons worker Kenny Blackwell and his wife Carolyn were told something that no one wants to hear: Carolyn Blackwell needed medicine for her cholesterol, but their insurance, which is offered through Aetna by Bon Appétit, would not stretch to cover even the generic version of the drug.
Three computer science seniors in Engineering have created an app that translates pictures into a musical tune.
In 2007, about 50 students enrolled in professor Stephanie Weirich’s Computer Science 120 course, a beginning course intended for students with a background in the discipline. This semester, the class was nearly three times as large, enrolling 170 students.
Alumni from the mid-1970s fondly remember enjoying music and warm weather with their friends during the early years of Fling. All events — music performances and plays by student groups, and a two-day arts-and-crafts fair, all held in the Quad — were completely free.
Four Engineering seniors have created a pair of glasses that will wake the wearer up if he starts to doze off as their senior design project.
“Your smile is ‘Africa face.’” College sophomore Oyinkan Muraina heard this from a friend who was comparing her facial expression to a picture of an African tribal drummer.
On Thursday morning, students, faculty, Bon Appétit employees and community members gathered to support and raise awareness about the Justice on the Menu campaign. Justice on the Menu, which was launched Monday, aims to increase wages and the number of sick days for Bon Appétit dining hall workers.