Penn’s School of Nursing is taking a more integrated approach to its nurse anesthesia program.
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When asked whether she had an active social media presence, professor of religious studies Anthea Butler responded, “Duh.”
“You were born from a vagina!” yelled a girl in a vagina costume on Locust Walk.
Valentine’s Day is a holiday filled with love, roses, chocolates — and boys singing love songs in four-part harmony.
Up to two years of free tuition, paid living expenses and an opportunity to travel around Europe for free may seem too good to be true.
Did you ever think you could take an entire class on health care reform, the fiscal cliff and the 2012 presidential election?
The Integrated Studies program is teaching cognitive science, political theory and philosophy in combination this semester, and it’s proving problematic for some students.
Philadelphia Restaurant Week runs from Jan. 20 – 25 and Jan. 27 – Feb. 1
From fifth-graders from Agnes Irwin School to graduate students at Penn, everyone is captivated by the Engineering School’s motion capture facility at the SIG Center for Computer Graphics.
From investigating environmental law and policy to understanding the inner workings of male-female dynamics, the Benjamin Franklin Scholars grant program has made huge strides in providing new and inventive courses for students.
Students have had mixed reactions to the Course Absence Report system.
After being tabled by the Undergraduate Assembly last week, the Preferred Name Initiative will be resubmitted in the next semester.
The Undergraduate Assembly encountered various criticisms at the general body meeting Sunday night as they were confronted with a debate on the University Council “flex” seats and a tabling of the Preferred Name Resolution.
College senior Jon Monfred and College junior Ernest Owens resigned from their positions as Undergraduate Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore and UA College Representative, respectively, late Sunday night at the UA’s last general body meeting of the semester.
On Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly focused its attention on the status of several smaller groups at Penn, including transgender, international and transfer students.
On Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly voted 25 in favor and one against on a resolution that will allow the UA speaker to vote for PennApps Labs to work on a proposed Events@Penn Calendar for this year’s project.
Thursday night, the Student Activities Council elected College junior Jen Chaquette as its new chair. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Chaquette to discuss her goals for the upcoming year, along with SAC’s newest funding moratorium.
Ranging from a discussion about the Student Activities Council’s moratorium on new student group funding to a debate on the Undergraduate Assembly’s parliamentary procedure, the UA had a diverse range of topics on its plate to cover at Sunday night’s general body meeting.
In the midst of election season, the Social Planning and Events Committee announced Wednesday night that its fall Connaissance speaker will be Arianna Huffington.
Despite having a smaller group than usual Sunday night — only 22 members were present, compared to the normal number of 35 — the Undergraduate Assembly blew through a range of topics focusing mainly on budgetary concerns.