Socks' new puppies are just about three months old, but they're already training to take on a range of professional roles at Penn.
A series of strong earthquakes has killed over 300 people in Central Mexico, while a hurricane in Puerto Rico has left millions without power or cell service, potentially for months.
The shutdown of a registered, philanthropic event held by the sorority Alpha Phi was an error on the part of Penn Police, said the Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush.
ASAM Interim Director Eichiro Azuma said the College deans took months to respond to requests he had sent in April regarding the program.
Gutmann thinks Philadelphia's universities would provide "top talent, ideas and creativity" for the tech giant looking for a city to house its next headquarters.
“I’m very happy with the volume of candidates this year,” said a NEC leader. “Some of the races were very close.”
CAPS Director Bill Alexander also said there is "conceptual" talk of a wellness center that combines all of CAPS services, along with Student Health Services and other resources.
“Moving forward the board chose a more moderate representative — that’s me,” Wharton junior Nile Nwogu said.
The Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett said the school is currently plagued by a lack of space.
Mayada Alhumssi, the mother of College sophomore Zubaida AlQaissi, is showcasing her paintings at the Philadelphia Folklore Project Gallery in an exhibition titled “Iraqi Songs in Color.”
The Penn-affiliated individual exited their bathroom and discovered the suspect standing in their home.
Any student who visits SHS is met with this question: “In the past two weeks, have you been bothered by any of the following problems: feeling down, depressed, irritable or hopeless?”
IFC leaders said they decided to publish the attendance rates for the first time this year in order to keep the different fraternities accountable for their participation.
“There’s a pretty clear distinction between the international foreign kids and the true foreign kids. I can’t imagine how they would feel, coming to a different country for university. I was technically coming back to a place I knew."
“We understand that there may be a feeling that [the Event Observers] are out shutting out all the parties right now,” said Executive Director of the Office of Student Affairs Katie Bonner. “I would like to dispel that myth."
Following student protests over a sexist email sent by off-campus organization OZ in 2016, the University set up a task force, which has just begun to implement a range of policies that have led to a widespread increase in event closures across campus.
“I sat next to sophomores, juniors and seniors and I did the same work as them, I don’t understand why they would get the credit and I wouldn't."
Earlier this month, hackers broke into the system of credit-reporting agency Equifax and stole the private information of up to 143 million people.
United by Blue's expansion marks the latest in a string of changes to the dining scene around Penn.
2013 Penn Law School graduate Jeremy Peskin has been working with Penn students affected by DACA through his initiative Borderwise.