Administration

11/01/17 7:19pm
Penn is not the only Ivy League school whose tuition hikes are above the national average of 1.9 percent for private, four-year colleges.
11/01/17 6:12pm
Penn has expanded its efforts in recent years to encourage more students to enter the field of entrepreneurship, most notably with the opening of the Pennovation Center last October.
11/01/17 2:33pm
 “We take these allegations very seriously and are pursuing our own independent investigations in coordination with law enforcement officials,”  Dartmouth President Philip Hanlon said in an email. 
10/31/17 9:25pm
Fossil Free Penn's weeklong series of events will culminate in a silent protest at a Board of Trustees meeting on Friday. 
10/30/17 9:20pm
"I think people came here looking for answers, and it kind of sounded like rhetorically-driven speech," College sophomore Grace Bridy said. 
10/30/17 12:26am
Penn's student body and administration have only seemed to start taking big, active strides towards improving mental wellness on campus in the past four to five years. 
10/29/17 10:50pm
Administrators have a standard process to follow after any student death, but student accounts show that there are instances where Penn does not, or is unable to, follow this protocol.
10/29/17 10:09pm
Approximately 15 percent of all students who visit CAPS are referred to an outside provider, but many feel like they don't have a choice when it comes to pushing back against this process. 
10/29/17 7:42pm
“It is important that the death be addressed openly and directly. After a suicide, once the basic facts are known, any attempt to delay informing students will only encourage rumors.”
10/28/17 3:21pm
The forum was held at the Civic House on Oct. 25 amid other initiatives to talk about mental health at Penn, including a University-wide survey and "campus conversation."
10/27/17 10:03pm
The museum’s three-phase renovation, which will be completed in 2021, aims to modernize its presentation of artifacts to better engage visitors and draw the greater community of Philadelphia. 
10/25/17 11:38pm
“Penn is just really demanding,” College freshman Jamie Albrecht said. “Being un-medicated when you have [a mental health issue] here is just really difficult.”
10/25/17 9:28pm
Louie-Louie will be open seven days a week and will have a maximum capacity of 200 people seated indoors and outdoors. Students can also expect a large bar area. 
10/23/17 5:42pm
Following a two-day election last week, the University of Chicago became one of 12 academic institutions to host a Graduate Student Union.
10/23/17 12:28am
This year, Penn reported a 14.3 percent investment return on its endowment, bringing the endowment’s total value to a record-high of $12.2 billion.
10/22/17 11:42pm
Penn's president and provost shied away from details in a 30-minute interview with editors from The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
10/20/17 11:10pm
Penn President Amy Gutmann has previously called the end of DACA, which protects a number of Penn students, “heartbreaking." 
10/20/17 10:07pm
At Santa Monica, a “threat-assessment team” congregates twice a week to discuss students who have been reported as possible threats to themselves or others. Similar teams exist at Virginia Tech and George Washington University. 
10/20/17 9:27pm
“We gather to honor a man renowned for his deep respect for constitutional knowledge and tradition and his abiding bipartisanship, two things in such short supply these days."
10/20/17 9:25pm
This two-year, $498,000 grant came from over $40 million dollars that the Carnegie Corporation gave to different organizations last month.