The report provides three primary recommendations to strengthen University resources for preventing and responding to alcohol and drug misuse.
The email provided contact information for resources on campus, including Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Health Service and school advising offices, among others.
Penn was one of five universities to receive a $1 million EPA grant to research and innovate green infrastructure for urban Philly.
College freshman Madison Holleran, of Allendale, N.J., died on Friday night.
Pulkit Singh, an Engineering and Wharton junior, died Sunday.
Georgette Phillips will become the dean of Lehigh University’s business school effective July 1.
The center said despite the lack of Rhodes Scholars, the University produces more Fulbrights compared to other Ivy League schools.
As its lease expires, the printing service supplier will shift all of its operations to its main location at 39th and Walnut streets.
The Pennsylvania state government approved a plan that will give SEPTA $350 million per year for infrastructure improvements.
On Friday, Penn students launched the startup Notoriety, which allows students to request and post notes from certain classes.
Neighborhood residents challenged zoning decision and the decision of the Philadelphia Historical Commission to allow Penn to demolish the building.
The lawsuit charges the police with assault and battery, among other charges.
Week will sponsor events from Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s “Hot Chocolate on the Walk” to UPenn Women’s Political League’s screening of “Miss Representation.”
Six people affiliated with Penn, including current and former students and a professor, were arrested during a march on Nov. 30, 2011.
The settlement follows a lawsuit over a student’s fall through the fourth floor of a house on 42nd and Pine.
The University City District is working to encourage area businesses to make use of Philadelphia’s Storefront Improvement Project, which subsidizes the renovation of storefront facades.
In the past year, dozens of colleges and universities have come under fire for allegedly sweeping sexual assaults under the rug and mistreating students who reported sexual violence.
Sexual violence touches the lives of countless students at colleges across the country, and Penn
is no exception.
The call came in at exactly 12 noon, and the fire was under control at 12:47. A Fire Department spokesman said the cause and extent of the fire is still under investigation.
Klein taught at Penn from 1958 to 1991 and was awarded a Nobel Prize in economics in 1980 for his work on econometric models.