Speaking for the first time on the issue since Penn made its announcement on Wynn and Cosby, Gutmann said the decision to rescind the honorary degrees was 'very logical.'
The Daily Pennsylvanian spent some time with the Bernsteins during their stay and documented items in the apartment Bernstein left before returning home to California for the last time.
The GSE students also asked Penn faculty to sign a statement of support for the week of action and encouraged professors to incorporate Black Lives Matter principles into their coursework for that week.
Telehealth technology has been rapidly expanding to provide patients with immediate, attainable care.
The annual flu clinic held in Houston Hall saw its largest turnout in eight or nine years, Director of Campus Health Initiatives at Student Health Service Ashlee Halbritter said.
In Young Lee, a first-year medical PhD student, visited the Taco Bell on Saturday night and noticed that one of the cashiers had used a racial slur to describe him on his food receipt.
Penn rescinded Wyn's honorary degree along with Bill Cosby's, reversing the University's 2015 position against revoking Cosby's degree.
The use of CAPS' services by graduate students has increased from 12 percent in the 2016 - 2017 academic year to more than 17 percent for the current year.
Taking application fee waivers into consideration, Penn made approximately $1,817,730 from application fees during this past 2017 admissions cycle.
The fintech startup, launched on Feb. 15, creates a marketplace in which students interested in taking out Income Share Agreements are connected with lenders.
One of the definitions of the word 'chink' in the Merriam-Webster dictionary is 'an insulting and contemptuous term for a person of Chinese birth or descent.'
The fourth annual conference included more than 350 first-generation and low-income students from over 20 colleges across the nation.
'I think it’s crazy how I haven’t gotten anything for this summer and I’m already recruiting for summer 2019. It just leads to a lot more stress,' sophomore Thomas Woldermariam said.
In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, Pritchett, the group's chair, wrote that its purpose is to better "our understanding of Penn's connection to slavery and the implications of these findings."
Laughter and tears filled the Kelly Writer's House this afternoon as friends and family of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein shared personal stories of the 19-year-old Penn student.
Aminata Sy founded the African Community Learning Program in fall 2017 as a setting for West Philadelphia students of African background to receive free tutoring and mentorship.
From a panel on career tips to a discussion on mental health, the panels and workshops on Saturday, Feb. 19, focused on the future of students in attendance.
The original GOP-drawn map was ruled unconstitutional by Philadelphia’s Supreme Court on Jan. 22 on the grounds of gerrymandering.
The law students who filed the comment are part of the Environmental Law Project, one of 27 pro bono groups at Penn Law School.
Yagoda visited the Writers House as a part of an ongoing speaker series funded by a donation from 1962 College graduate Maury Povich.