Herman was well-known for co-authoring “Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of Mass Media” with 1949 College graduate and philosopher Noam Chomsky in 1988.
From alcohol policies at sororities to the accelerated timeline of Panhellenic recruitment, here are six essential stories to read before you start the rush process.
The Penn Barbell Club started about five years ago and is now looking for funding and recognition.
Chelsea Manning was sentenced in 2011 to 35 years in military prison, where she began transitioning and started her journey as an LGBTQ activist.
In a statement, Executive Director of the Provost’s Office Leo Charney listed more than ten events associated with the "Campaign for Wellness."
“This was pretty brutal,” said Engineering and Wharton junior Vatsal Jayaswal who won the $100 prize. “I thought it was a bloodbath.”
David R. Marchant has been charged for making “derogatory, sex-based slurs and sexual comments” to Jane Willenbring, a former associate professor at Penn.
For the first time, faculty members, alumni, and staff on campus were invited to host students for meals during their Thanksgiving breaks.
Registration for classes re-opened on Nov. 29. If trends from previous years are any indication, hundreds of students will work to get into a Computer Science course of some kind.
Sanders was one of four people who received a write-in vote for the position of the judge of elections for the ninth division of the Fifth Ward.
Experts have suggested that this dip in numbers is associated with the rise of President Donald Trump, who has implemented a range of controversial immigration reform policies.
Not only does the process to become an RA or GA start months before students take on the role, the application can consist of several rounds of interviews.
Not all courses in the History Department count towards the History and Tradition sector, and no calculus courses actually satisfy the Natural Sciences and Mathematics sector.
This year, over 15,000 people applied or were nominated for consideration for the Forbes lists, placing the “acceptance” rate at less than four percent.
Police told Fox News that the woman walked into the bank with her walker and pulled out a revolver before demanding $400 from employees.
“This is a tax plan to help GOP donors and really, really really, really, rich people, while screwing over everyone else in the process,” said Penn Dems President Rachel Pomerantz.
In early November, College junior Chris Harrison and Wharton junior Michael Beavers affiliated with Phi Beta Sigma Inc.
“I got rejected after a six-hour-long audition from a selective group that was the only way I could pursue that passion [for improv comedy] before PIS came along."
Some residential programs have fewer participants than their stipulated capacity while others have an acceptance rate of as low as 30 percent.
Called "Squirrels Without Morality," the meme-based card game is meant to be "a light-hearted medium for students to laugh at the absurdity of Penn's culture."