Articles by Kristen Grabarz

09/01/15 11:27pm
Now you can head to Distrito's Taqueria for $3.50 tacos.
03/25/15 1:50am
The face of Penn President Amy Gutmann will soon be gracing more than the pages of the Daily Pennsylvanian — Gutmann was named the newest CoverGirl.
03/19/15 12:35am

ICYMI: News from spring break

If you were too busy lounging on a beach, sleeping or playing with your cat over Spring Break to read the Daily Pennsylvanian online, we’ve got you covered.
02/25/15 1:32am
The referendum to divest from fossil fuels has received enough votes to be valid.
12/13/14 10:51pm
Gutmann’s participation in a student-led “die-in” protesting the death of 18-year old Michael Brown elicited heat from members of the Penn police force.
12/10/14 3:55am
Originally supposed to conclude during the fall semester, the application deadline for the President's Engagement Prizes has been extended to January 16, 2015 — the first week of the spring semester.
12/03/14 2:09am
Cutbacks in state research funding depleted a portion of Penn’s research funding.
11/25/14 4:18am

The social (media) Ivy

The University's central social media accounts, particularly Twitter, have fostered engagement with current and prospective students, alumni and even television networks.
11/25/14 2:33am

Penn plans to participate in AAU sexual climate survey

Penn will participate in the Association of American Universities' sexual assault climate survey when it is released in April 2015, Penn President Amy Gutmann said. The AAU, of which Gutmann is chair, has contracted with a national research firm called Westat to design and administer the survey, which will measure the frequency and characteristics of campus sexual assault and sexual harassment across institutions, to as many of its member universities that choose to participate. The AAU is a nonprofit organization consisting of 60 leading United States and Canadian research universities.
11/18/14 3:00am
Penn President Amy Gutmann is the chair of the AAU.
11/12/14 2:39am
While the concept of innovation might evoke images of computers, start-ups and engineers, it increasingly impacts faculty in all disciplines at Penn.
11/04/14 2:03am

Housing Guide 2014 | Freshmen bond over feces, funky town, fornication

More than just a place to live, each freshman hall encapsulates a unique social dynamic.
10/30/14 2:06am
Creator of the TED conference and School of Design graduate Richard Saul Wurman finds creativity through terror.
10/28/14 1:32am
Penn’s endowment returns were just average compared to its peers during fiscal year 2014.
10/24/14 12:58am
It’s been more than four years since Penn has had a Rhodes Scholar ? but the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships has revamped the fellowship application process in an effort to add Penn names to the ranks of scholars.For the first time, Penn put in place a faculty review committee to review and interview applicants for the Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell Scholarships, three competitive awards for American students to pursue graduate studies in the United Kingdom and Ireland and select finalists to receive Penn’s official endorsement.Prior to the committee’s instatement, students were welcome to apply and receive Penn’s endorsement so long as they satisfied the minimum requirements for the fellowships.
10/21/14 2:26pm
Penn President Amy Gutmann was elected chair of the Association of American Universities on Tuesday, placing her at a vantage point to vocalize and advocate for current issues in higher education.
10/21/14 2:00am
Penn follows a policy of confidentiality in its searches for new deans and senior administrators.
10/15/14 2:10am
Amy Gutmann and her many hats
10/15/14 1:56am
Amy Gutmann was inaugurated as Penn's president 10 years ago today, during Homecoming Weekend in 2004.
10/15/14 1:09am
Penn has changed since President Amy Gutmann’s tenure began a decade ago.
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