Last week, Bill Schilling announced that he will retire from his position at the helm of Student Financial Services — one he has held since 1980 — on June 30.
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The Undergraduate Assembly filled out the remainder of its executive board late Thursday night, with College sophomore Will Smith, College junior Jake Shuster and College freshman Joyce Kim winning internal elections for the positions of speaker, treasurer and secretary, respectively. RELATED: Bernick edges Shuster by record 14 votes in UA Presidential election
Though hundreds of students pulled all-nighters Wednesday night to score Passion Pit and Tiësto floor passes, many others were disappointed with the limited number of tickets available. VIDEO: Students Camp Out for Fling Tickets
Hundreds of students pulled all-nighters Wednesday night not for an exam, but for an opportunity to score floor passes to see Passion Pit and Tiësto. VIDEO: Students Camp Out for Fling Tickets
Gupta — the host of Sanjay Gupta MD and a frequent contributor to programs like Anderson Cooper 360 — will speak in Irvine Auditorium on Apr. 3.
Arthur Caplan, one of the country’s most prominent bioethicists, will be leaving Penn for New York University.
Choking back tears and walking arm-in-arm with her roommate, Wharton sophomore Tania Chairez — an undocumented immigrant — stepped in front of the Ben Franklin statue on College Green and delivered a message to the Penn community. VIDEO: Community stands in solidarity for Tania Chairez
Philadelphia Police arrested and detained Wharton sophomore Tania Chairez — an undocumented immigrant — at a protest this afternoon.
The Wharton School and the Perelman School of Medicine — which are among the largest of the University’s 12 graduate and professional schools — held their rankings of third overall and second among research-oriented medical schools in the nation, respectively.
The appointment of Christina Paxson will maintain the current balance of male-to-female Ivy League presidents.
On Tuesday, the University announced in the _Penn Almanac_ that coverage for transgender benefits will be extended to include sexual reassignment surgery under the Aetna Point of Service II plan.
On Friday, President Barack Obama announced that he has reappointed Gutmann as chair of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.
Aimee Bailey and Abigail Seldin — 2006 Engineering graduate and 2009 College graduate, respectively — have been named Luce Scholars, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships announced Friday.
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Penn received 31,127 overall applications to its Class of 2016 — a 1.7-percent drop from last year's total, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda announced on Tuesday.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, known for his role on _Modern Family_ will come to campus on Jan. 25.
Maintenance crews have been working since Wednesday night to contain flooding in Harrison College House. STUDENT-SUBMITTED VIDEO: Flooding at Harrison College House
Penn announced on Monday that an anonymous donor had given a $16.3-million gift to fund a new neuroscience initiative.
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues — which Penn President Amy Gutmann chairs — released a 200-page report to the public on Thursday.
While Penn’s representation of low-income students has increased steadily over the years, its growth in economic diversity may not be happening as fast as some might like because of one factor: college rankings. INTERACTIVE: U.S. News rankings and economic