Articles by Amanpreet Singh

02/12/18 10:14pm
There is still no replacement for Banks-Crosson, but Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs Hikaru Kozuma has temporarily assumed Banks-Crosson’s responsibilities.
02/04/18 9:08pm
While these rules were intended to make the campus "safe and responsible," they often ended up imposing financial burdens on many organizations that couldn't afford the prices the new rules demanded.
01/30/18 7:22pm
Last year, only five of Penn's 27 fraternities met the attendance requirements for new member education programming, much of which addresses sexual assault and sexual health.
01/18/18 2:48pm
Eddie Banks-Crosson joined the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Penn as director in August 2015 and will now serve as the director of Student Life in Wharton's MBA program.
01/09/18 9:11pm
Hundreds of students looking to join sororities were required to return to campus several days earlier than the first day of classes, but some have been rerouted because of weather.
12/17/17 3:41pm
“The more people that are aware of this issue, the more we can get done policy-wise in order to stop mass incarceration," said Engineering senior Anna Estep. 
12/06/17 6:17pm
Philadelphia sued Attorney General Jeff Sessions after the Department of Justice withheld $1.5 million in federal grant money over Philadelphia’s “sanctuary city” policies. 
11/26/17 10:43pm
University administrators have been looking into six counts of hazing, allegations of drugging, and purported instances of sexual misconduct perpetrated by Michigan fraternity members. 
11/19/17 7:40pm
The two-day conference featured speeches from Penn President Amy Gutmann, Provost Wendell Pritchett, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda, and Netter Center Founding Director Ira Harkavy. 
11/07/17 8:14pm
Students said they were influenced by Harvard University’s Q-Guide, a resource launched this fall that provides reviews and comments about different student clubs. 
10/25/17 10:50pm
Seth Williams, who resigned from his post in June after pleading guilty to charges of bribery, extortion and fraud, was given the maximum prison sentence.
10/11/17 11:01pm
The four-year college houses at Penn are: Harrison, Gregory, Stouffer, W.E.B. Du Bois and New College House.
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