Articles by Haley Suh

09/17/17 9:47pm
Some faculty members were formally notified of the recent death of College senior Nicholas Moya days after it occurred. Others never received a notification from the University.  
08/31/17 12:01pm
“Congrats, you’ve made it to the top university in the world!!” writes the opening sentence in the guide. “There are a few things we forgot to mention in your glossy orientation packets."
08/23/17 9:17am
How to perform the first part of Penn's "work hard, play hard" mantra. 
08/21/17 10:37pm
Hundreds of students rely on CAPS during the semester. Many aren't sure what to do when summer rolls around. 
08/02/17 8:09pm
Until legislators can find a way to fund the Pennsylvania state budget, Penn and three other state-related Universities will not receive funding. 
07/25/17 5:44pm
In a report made public this month, state inspectors at the Pennsylvania Department of Health found that janitorial staff had failed to successfully clean the hospital bed railings back in the fall. 
07/19/17 2:30pm
You might have seen fifth-year Ph.D student Alex Burka walking around campus with his “Proton Pack” — a large orange backpack equipped with sensors that collect information from various surfaces. This is why. 
07/05/17 8:50pm
Later this week, the House of Representatives will vote on a bill that will restore state funding to the veterinary school 
06/30/17 10:58am
Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar, the Italian eatery known for its housemade pastas, has closed after 15 years.
06/20/17 8:58pm
Once the bill is placed into effect, mental health providers in Philly will be prohibited from trying to change the gender orientation or sexual identity of clients below the age of 18. 
06/13/17 9:34pm
This change comes after a consideration by the Admissions Office to delete the Facebook group for admitted students. Access to the page provided the means for an admitted student to collect contact information from the page and add black freshmen to a racist group chat in November.
06/05/17 10:08pm
Over the summer, Residential and Hospitality Services employs close to 90 students, some of whom return the next year to work for the department again. 
05/27/17 10:28pm
The research will be led by Chair of Bioengineering David Meaney and director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at Penn Medicine Douglas Smith. 
05/22/17 12:52am
Engineering and Wharton sophomore Mason Mings is currently with his family at his hometown of Houston, Texas, where he is receiving inpatient rehabilitation.
05/18/17 5:00pm
College junior and founder of the Collective Success realized last fall that first generation low income students often do not have the “social capital” that enables more privileged students to advance in their professional careers.
05/02/17 8:57pm
A University spokesperson said Otte enrolled in Penn's Genomics and Computational Biology graduate group in September 2011, but left the program without a degree in October of 2014. 
04/23/17 9:03pm
Although Trump’s revised travel ban for citizens of six Muslim-majority countries no longer applies to international students in the United States who have a valid visa, it has still affected students’ plans for the summer.
04/20/17 8:11pm
Every May, Penn’s faculty and staff have the chance to receive a free tree to plant in their home through the Creating Canopy Tree Giveaway Program.
04/18/17 2:20pm
There will be two Baccalaureate ceremonies held on May 14: one at 1:30 p.m. and another at 3 p.m.
04/17/17 11:07pm
“I don’t appreciate the University’s one-size-fits-all approach, where it assumes everyone comes from the same background,” College junior David Thai said.
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