The last day for international students to request travel signatures is Dec. 15, since the ISSS office will be closed for advising after this Friday.
From NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to the anti-LGBTQ preachers on College Green, free speech dominated national and local headlines this year.
Students still swarm the former vice president nearly every time he appears on campus, and events where he has spoken have drawn hundreds on campus.
The House of Representatives passed a version of the $1.5 trillion tax plan on Nov. 16, and it included a provision taxing tuition waivers for graduate students.
Pottruck has phased out a discount offered to student performing arts groups to reserve rooms, which has resulted in a dramatic increase in cost of the rehearsal space.
Over the past year, Penn has appointed a new provost, College dean, LGBT Center director, and chief diversity officer.
The plan will benefit middle-income students who do not qualify for Brown's no-loan financial aid but still require some form of financial assistance.
This third iteration of the travel ban restricts most citizens of Iran, Libya, Chad, Yemen, Somalia, Syria, and North Korea, in addition to some from Venezuela, from entering the U.S.
Of the full donation, $150 million will fund an endowment which, after five years, will eliminate student loans for Columbia medical students.
David Cohen also serves as the executive vice president of Comcast Corporation, which, if the bill passes, would be able to control the content and speed of certain websites available.
As university endowments, including Penn’s own pool of assets, have increased in value, student activists have focused intently on the choices investment managers make with school money.
As 2018 approaches, the University continues to face unanswered questions about its investments and how they will hold up against shifting federal guidelines.
SHS covers free HIV testing, but charges for tests for gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and herpes, as well as examinations for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
Penn professor Ezekiel Emanuel worked on the ACA as an advisor to Obama, and Thomas Miller co-wrote the 2011 book, “Why Obamacare is Wrong for America.”
Fire alarms have sounded an estimated 15 times this semester in Hill, which "appear to stem from oversensitivity of sensors," administrators wrote in an email to residents on Dec. 7.
The project comes a month after Penn announced plans on Nov. 2 to spend a record-breaking $163 million on a new dormitory located on the high rise field.
GAPSA President and council member Miles Owen said he was disappointed that the forum was so short and included only four speakers.
College freshman Cassandra Jobman, who is a member of Penn First and the QuestBridge program, was not informed of Penn's extended meal options over Thanksgiving break.
College sophomore Aleksei Kuryla said he was skeptical that removing smoker poles on campus would effectively reduce smoking among students.
For the 2018 academic year, the Recreation Fee was eliminated and included under the General Fee category for the first time.