News

11/12/17 9:13pm
Organized by the College Dean’s Advisory Board in conjunction with Penn Wellness, the event entitled “Deconstructing the Penn Face” featured six undergraduate panelists. 
11/12/17 8:49pm
For the coming semester, 7 of 23 French courses offered fulfill a general education requirement, but of 19 Chinese courses offered, none fulfills any requirements. 
11/12/17 7:44pm
"[T]his is one of the only opportunities that many students and student groups can voice their concerns," said College junior Jamie Ye, the Political Chair for PAGE. 
11/12/17 7:15pm
Wharton freshman Jack McKnight launched a petition last week calling for Penn to reevaluate its dining policies. As of Nov. 12, it had garnered more than 580 signatures. 
11/12/17 6:48pm
An Engineering sophomore, who has collected approximately 200 illegally download films on his computer, received a warning email but did not face further repercussions. 
11/12/17 4:11pm
The Major Advising Program allows students to find peer advisors within a certain major on an online database. Current advisors say not enough underclassmen seem aware of the resource.
11/12/17 3:38pm
The renovated market will feature a Mongolian grill station, a sandwich carving station, as well as new kiosk portals where students can place orders and pay for items.  
11/11/17 1:31am
The debate, which was organized by the Penn Debate Society and the Penn Philomathean Society, came  three weeks after History TA Stephanie McKellop came under fire for tweeting about the method.
11/11/17 1:09am
Penn Records hopes to function like a university-level record label, working with student musicians to help them find opportunities to perform and access the equipment they need. 
11/10/17 7:01pm
The IGC approved the first grant of this fund to host a discussion focused on the Mirabal Sisters, four historic feminist political figures from the Dominican Republic.
11/09/17 8:54pm
The park will be part of the $3.5 billion Schuylkill Yards project, which will encompass the area between 30th Street Station and Drexel University. 
11/09/17 8:35pm
Wharton sophomore Shane Goldstein and College sophomore Abigail Waugh founded Penn's chapter for the Climate Reality Project last fall. 
11/09/17 8:08pm
Two dozen students gathered on College Green to participate in the National Day of Action for a Clean Dream Act, which inspired walkouts at 30 schools across the country. 
11/09/17 3:37pm
The news marked a departure from Notre Dame’s announcement on Nov. 1 that birth control would only be covered free of charge for medical reasons.
11/09/17 11:52am
"At this pivotal moment, we urge you to express your views through social media and directly to elected officials in the House of Representatives and the Senate," Gutmann's statement read.
11/09/17 12:00am
Brown has helped victims of natural disasters multiple times in the past, including after Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. 
11/08/17 11:56pm
Various graduate student leaders were completely unaware of the new regulations, despite some communication between the University and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly about them.
11/08/17 11:29pm
Other schools like Yale and Cornell have also extended early admissions deadlines for students affected by natural disasters.
11/08/17 10:19pm
College senior Haley Mankin took three courses during both semesters of her freshman year, and said the option to do so is important for all students. 
11/08/17 9:06pm
The two Penn founders of Neuroflow have created a data analytics platform to measure stress markers in real time.