Mark does not have health insurance. He has no job security and little hope for career advancement. He gets paid around $23,000 a year, enough for “a man of simple means” like himself but not enough to start a family or buy a home.
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Yesterday, 66 percent of accepted students committed to join the Class of 2018, a modest increase from last year's yield rate of 63 percent.
The students of Jim Schlatter’s class, “Taking Performance Art Public at Penn,” are learning to think outside the picture frame.
Storytelling isn’t just for kids when Penn Monologues is concerned.
Unlike most aspiring world leaders at Penn, incoming freshman Amatullah Njoya has already had a lifetime of political experience.
Emmanuel Nkundunkundiye’s vibrant paintings pulse with color, rhythm and life. Yet the newly admitted Penn added Pennstudent’s art emerges from much darker roots.
One group at Penn should actually be saying “Thanks Obama.”
Male admitted students visiting Penn for Quaker Days may find themselves homeless when night falls.
If it's return on investment you're looking for, Colorado School of Mines might be a better bet than Harvard.
Reading Days have been cut to make up for the canceled classes due to snow this semester, Provost Vincent Price said in a statement in Penn News Today.
Blurring the boundaries between art and science, a monumental new sculpture was unveiled on March 12, inspiring hope for cancer research.
A major overhaul of the SAT will drastically change the testing experience of future Penn applicants.
For many Chinese students, the cost of attending Penn is higher than the price of tuition.
Only eight percent of recorded Penn commencement speakers were women.
There were so few women at PennApps last semester that one of the women’s restrooms was converted into a men’s restroom.
John Legend will be telling the class of 2014 that they are no “ordinary people” this May.
The Princeton Review has ranked Penn in its top 75 best value colleges for three years in a row. The study takes into consideration factors such as GPA, academics, and financial aid.
College sophomore Elvis Hatcher died on Tuesday. He was 18.
It’s not easy being pagan.
Statistics say that students do not want to be English majors anymore — but not at Penn.