As students in the College of Arts and Sciences begin assessing their academic load for the fall of 2018, many will look to find courses that "double-count," or fulfill two separate College requirements: both a sector requirement and a foundational approach.
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As students in the College of Arts and Sciences begin assessing their academic load for the spring of 2018, many will look to find courses that "double-count," or fulfill two separate College requirements: both a sector requirement and a foundational approach course.
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This year's ConnectED Day for students admitted early decision to the Class of 2021 is on Friday, Feb. 10. Here is a calendar detailing the day's events.
Affiliated fraternities begin their official spring recruiting process with rush events on Thursday, Jan. 12 and Friday, Jan. 13. On both nights of rush, activities are divided between three blocks. Block 1 is from 6-8 p.m., Block 2 is from 7-9 p.m. and Block 3 is from 8-10 p.m.
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AirPennNet access was restored Wednesday afternoon after a set of two outages prompted an AirPennNet investigation. Penn Information Systems & Computing’s website said access was restored as of 4:03 p.m.
Fulfilling your college requirements can be tough. Consider taking a class that double counts to take some strain off.
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As votes were counted across 12 states and one U.S. territory on Tuesday evening, 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton extended their probable paths to the presidential nomination. Throughout this important voting day, known informally as the "SEC primary" for its high proportion of southern states, students voted from college towns all the way from Boston, Ma. to Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hover over the state maps to see how college counties voted.