Articles by Julie Coleman

06/12/18 12:08am
Emily R. Sutcliffe, a graduate student who is earning her Ph.D. in Anthropology at Penn, was hired for the position. 
04/15/18 6:01pm
Penn Global reported receiving 621 applications for Penn Global Internship Program, about three times more than last year. GIP placed 180 students in summer internships abroad, 61 more than last summer. 
04/05/18 7:48pm
On April 14, rappers CupcakKe and Sage the Gemini, Pop and R&B singer JoJo, and alt-rock band the All-American Rejects will grace the Penn Park stage one year after Tinashe and ZEDD.
04/03/18 1:30am
In opening statements, Krone and Wyant elaborated on their involvement with the UA while Klopf emphasized how he will bring a 'fresh take' to the UA due to his lack of prior involvement. 
03/30/18 7:09pm
In order to sell items with the Penn logo, vendors must apply to the University for a license and, once received, must pay Penn a 10 percent royalty fee of the item’s wholesale cost.
03/27/18 8:23pm
The Amazon service Prime Now, which delivers groceries and household goods to Amazon Prime members within two hours of ordering, may soon occupy a building at 4100 Chestnut Street.
03/24/18 5:57pm
Across the world, there were 800 marches planned for this one day. Along with two high school students, Penn College senior Jana Korn organized Philadelphia's march. 
02/08/18 8:46pm
“My biggest concern right now is the impact on the drop deadline because we really like to get an exam back to students so they can see it and get a score before that,” Math professor Henry Towsner said.
02/06/18 8:00am
“When you see those photos of the quad filled with people, and people jumping off the stage, and having fun, like that hasn’t actually happened since like five or six years ago," DaSilva said.
01/22/18 2:56pm
Penn’s administration is acting similarly to peer institutions, which are filing appeals against grad student elections or completely refusing to bargain with these groups. 
01/18/18 7:48pm
Despite the winter session's popularity at other institutions, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Paul Sniegowski said little support exists for the program among Penn faculty. 
11/29/17 7:51pm
“This was pretty brutal,” said Engineering and Wharton junior Vatsal Jayaswal who won the $100 prize. “I thought it was a bloodbath.” 
11/19/17 8:03pm
Theater Arts and English lecturer David Fox said that alhough he has seen many students write plays, this is the first fully-developed musical that he has seen from a student. 
11/03/17 7:40pm
This comes several weeks after the Trump administration's rollback of certain parts of the Affordable Care Act. 
10/17/17 10:20pm
“Common goals, common decency, common party — that’s what we’re trying to promote,” said College junior Nicole Rubin, one of the group’s leaders.
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