Various establishments near campus have been cited for health violations, though students don't always think these violations are reason enough to avoid the eateries.
Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate Services Anne Papageorge said the new building will make high rise field “a more useable green, not just a leftover one.”
“We are the largest private police department; we are larger than Princeton, we are larger than Yale, but we are the lowest paid,” Penn Police Association President Eric Rohrback said.
This comes several weeks after the Trump administration's rollback of certain parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Around 60 students chanted, “Hey, hey, Amy G, make Penn fossil free,” as they marched from the Button outside Van Pelt Library to the University Board of Trustees meeting.
Of the seven planned food stands, five have been confirmed: Goldie, Pitruco Pizza, Kensington Quarters, Little Baby's Ice Cream, and The Juice Merchant Juicery and Café.
Stephanos Bibas is a former federal prosecutor and has argued multiple times before the Supreme Court. He was nominated for the position in June.
“I’m definitely interested in making, in whatever ways I can, the world an easier place for queer people, especially in this current political climate," College sophomore Jess Araten said.
“Some of my students are undocumented, and they deserve better,” said Chemistry professor Zahra Fakhraai, who attended the event.
The impetus for Rebecca Martinez's move was an Oct. 16 tweet by a Penn teaching assistant, which has singe gone viral.
Called New College House West, the residential building will cost the University a record-breaking $163 million.
The woman who punched Nursing sophomore Heidi Chiu was taken into custody by Penn Police officers.
“Sleep problems have previously been associated with increased antisocial and criminal behavior, so we were surprised to find that increased sleep was associated with increased offending,” one researcher said.
“If Donald Trump was black he wouldn’t have made it off the block," said the 2015 recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship.
"Our non-profit membership association has spent several million dollars defending itself against these frivolous claims by a for-profit, privately-held company."
Two groups recently applied to be constituent members of APSC, but only one was accepted.
"It’s really nice to have this extra help and not have to fight such a big crowd [for tutors],” College freshman Lin Chen said.
“I overheard one girl pull out a deed that read ‘share your study guide’ and right away she said, ‘no way that'll mess up my curve.’ I just thought that was a very Penn moment.”
From pricey rents to citations from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, there are a range of issues that have caused eateries in University City to shut down in recent years.
“In a weird way it was flattering, that they would go to the trouble to hack a student website at Penn,” College sophomore Ethan Woolley said.