As of February 22, the admissions office had received over 140 FERPA requests.
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Each spring, a small contingent of Penn applicants receives a piece of exciting news weeks in advance of regular decision release.
College applicants who want to round out their application with a high class rank can forget their troubles for a while.
How do Penn's alcohol policies stack up to the rest of the Ivy League?
One college consultant encourages applicants to write "love letters" to their dream schools.
The words used in college essays may be more important than applicants expect.
A second round of likely letters will be sent out in March.
Penn’s Quaker Days Program – now in its second year – aims to give prospective students a real taste of Penn.
With over half of the Class of 2019 admitted early decision, Penn’s commitment to forming a socioeconomically diverse class is called into question.
While the Admissions Office continues to work towards its goal of interviewing 100 percent of applicants, the effectiveness of the program remains unclear.
Brown's new alcohol policies restrict registered on-campus parties to public spaces like Penn's Houston Hall.
Penn is hopeful that some of its initiatives will be reflected in the rankings.
When a group of Stanford students publicized a method of obtaining one's admissions file, Penn's admissions office saw an explosion of requests for access to their files.
Eran Riklis, a renowned filmmaker, taught his first and only course at Penn this semester.
Supporters of the Student Labor Action Project gathered at College Hall to formally ask President Gutmann to give 0.1 percent of Penn’s annual budget to the City of Philadelphia public school system.
Huntsman Hall namesake, Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., held a book signing at the Penn Bookstore on Wednesday evening for his newly released memoir
At Penn, innovation is welcomed with fireworks, confetti and flying drones.
The Penn alumni who attended the Forbes Under 30 Summit this week are proof of the university’s mission: educating young people to make positive changes in the world.
College alums discussed their careers in media at Buzzfeed and Digitaria