Articles by Kelly Heinzerling

11/15/17 10:21pm
Despite statements from administrators, student accounts, along with data from off-campus housing facilities, suggest that there isn't an increasing demand for on-campus housing. 
11/07/17 11:05pm
These treatment teams are reshuffled every three years, sometimes forcing students to switch from their CAPS psychiatrists.
11/03/17 6:56pm
Around 60 students chanted, “Hey, hey, Amy G, make Penn fossil free,” as they marched from the Button outside Van Pelt Library to the University Board of Trustees meeting.
11/03/17 6:17pm
“Palm readings and horoscopes can spark insights too. That doesn’t mean we should talk about them in our work teams," wrote Wharton professor Adam Grant who has repeatedly criticized the use of the MBTI.
10/18/17 11:55pm
Benitez will spend one year on probation to complete his program, while Loginov will serve two years on probation to complete his program, according to their respective court dockets.
10/15/17 11:18pm
The Trump administration has placed several key aspects of the ACA at risk such as the ability for individuals to remain on their parents' health care plans until they reach the age of 26.
10/12/17 12:17am
NCH cost $125 million to build, which is some $45 million more than the budget allocated for Hill's renovations. 
10/11/17 7:14pm
The consequences of violations across college houses are often inconsistent. For example, smoking in Riepe is a $50 fine, but smoking in Rodin is a $100 fine. 
10/08/17 9:28pm
While it's common for a university of Penn's size to employ a private police force, Penn has more than triple the number of sworn officers than its closest neighboring institution in Philadelphia. 
10/08/17 7:11pm
Penn publicizes its general, undergraduate acceptance rate each year, but does not release the precise admissions statistics governing internal transfers or dual degrees. 
09/28/17 8:04pm
FFP members stood silently along the wall across from Penn President Amy Gutmann, armed with computer print-outs that read slogans like “Stop Funding Climate Change." 
09/26/17 12:10am
 “In many respects, Arts and Sciences sits at the core of the University,” School of Arts and Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty said.  
09/24/17 10:28pm
It's clear that students are taking classes outside of their home schools, but more than six administrative offices said they had no information on what percentage of students were doing so, or what specific classes they were taking.   
09/24/17 8:23pm
These ancillary costs vary across the Study Abroad programs offered by Penn and can be difficult to predict beforehand. 
09/19/17 1:20am
Dante Benitez has requested further investigation, pushing back his trial date to Dec. 12. Ivan Loginov has requested to enter a rehabilitation diversion program for first-time offenders. 
09/17/17 9:07pm
Although the program has seen an “increased interest," many students remain skeptical, and often embarrassed, about having used the service.
09/14/17 11:00am
DeVos' announcement came just days after the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education  gave Penn a failing grade for protecting due process in cases of sexual assault. 
09/07/17 5:51pm
Penn was named the 7th best university in the United States, according to Times Higher Education's rankings. Forbes also recently named Penn the nation's 7th best college. 
09/06/17 11:00am
The Aspiring Leaders mentoring program, hosted in Penn GSE, targets educators who are within 5 to 7 years from becoming university presidents. 
09/04/17 5:32pm
“Here in Philadelphia the sun is shining, but back home people are legitimately drowning to save their children.”
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