The Committee on Open Expression was far more active in 2014-2015 than it had been in years past.
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The Class of 2019 are not the only new faces on campus — six new deans have been appointed over the last several months to serve throughout Penn’s twelve schools
Penn professor Brian Bushee’s financial accounting course has found its way to students in every single country, excluding the Vatican City, Cuba and North Korea.
As of this year, online courses are offered by all of Penn’s 12 schools.
Construction prevented the picnic from taking place at Gutmann's house as it has in past years
The change is limited to name only — the program remains the same, according to the University's financial aid webpage.
Stanton Wortham, the Judy and Howard Berkowitz professor in the Graduate School of Education, will begin on September 1.
While Kinane will serve as dean for six more years in a familiar post, his reappointment follows six new dean searches at Penn over the past two years.
Providing Microsoft Office software free for Penn students has been a longstanding priority for the Undergraduate Assembly and the Administration
Penn has announced that it will suspend classes and normal university operations on Friday, September 25, the day before Pope Francis is scheduled to arrive in Philadelphia for a two-day visit.
Penn's Admissions Office announced Friday that it will no longer consider the essay scores of applicants' writing SATs, a change that will take effect this fall.
In the wake of several student suicides and an investigation of Penn's mental health resources, a Penn student's struggle with depression has been brought to a national spotlight. Kathryn DeWitt, now a rising College sophomore, felt intimidated by the seemingly perfect lives of her peers when she first arrived at Penn.
Penn's Board of Trustees met on June 19 to discuss and approve several major initiatives within the University. The DP summarized some of the highlights.
President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced Tuesday that Michael Platt has been selected as the sixteenth Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor, effective July 1.
On Wednesday, Kenneth Kapikian and Dennis Gagliardi pled guilty in Pennsylvania federal court to defrauding Penn of more than $3 million.
2015 College graduate Reginald Steward is suing Phi Kappa Psi as well as 2014 College graduate Charles Gibson over a sexual assault he claims took place after a Phi Kappa Psi rush party in January 2013.
On Monday afternoon, a Facebook page dedicated to searching for former Penn student Timothy Hamlett announced that he had been found dead on Friday.
At the 259th Commencement Ceremony on Franklin Field, Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, warned the Class of 2015 about international problems – and provided tangible ways to solve them.
A Princeton University study found that identifying as Asian on a college application translates to the same disadvantage as scoring 50 points lower on the SAT.
Impress upperclassmen — and intimidate each other — with your new vocabularies.