The Division of Public Safety and the Vice Provost for University Life have begun hosting hourlong sessions every Friday at 11 a.m. to address student concerns.
From Oct. 1 to Oct. 3, Penn students studying abroad in Barcelona were evacuated out from the city to Peñíscola, a town south of Catalonia.
These treatment teams are reshuffled every three years, sometimes forcing students to switch from their CAPS psychiatrists.
Both HUP and Penn Presbyterian received an "A" in the ratings from The Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit group that advocates for increased transparency in hospitals for potential patients.
"Amazon isn’t just 50,000 jobs and an office complex over the tracks. It’s 50,000 jobs and an office complex over the tracks controlled by a single negotiator."
Various establishments near campus have been cited for health violations, though students don't always think these violations are reason enough to avoid the eateries.
“We are the largest private police department; we are larger than Princeton, we are larger than Yale, but we are the lowest paid,” Penn Police Association President Eric Rohrback said.
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.
“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.
Called New College House West, the residential building will cost the University a record-breaking $163 million.
Penn is not the only Ivy League school whose tuition hikes are above the national average of 1.9 percent for private, four-year colleges.
Penn has expanded its efforts in recent years to encourage more students to enter the field of entrepreneurship, most notably with the opening of the Pennovation Center last October.
“We take these allegations very seriously and are pursuing our own independent investigations in coordination with law enforcement officials,” Dartmouth President Philip Hanlon said in an email.
Fossil Free Penn's weeklong series of events will culminate in a silent protest at a Board of Trustees meeting on Friday.
"I think people came here looking for answers, and it kind of sounded like rhetorically-driven speech," College sophomore Grace Bridy said.
Penn's student body and administration have only seemed to start taking big, active strides towards improving mental wellness on campus in the past four to five years.
Administrators have a standard process to follow after any student death, but student accounts show that there are instances where Penn does not, or is unable to, follow this protocol.
Approximately 15 percent of all students who visit CAPS are referred to an outside provider, but many feel like they don't have a choice when it comes to pushing back against this process.
“It is important that the death be addressed openly and directly. After a suicide, once the basic facts are known, any attempt to delay informing students will only encourage rumors.”
The forum was held at the Civic House on Oct. 25 amid other initiatives to talk about mental health at Penn, including a University-wide survey and "campus conversation."