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Last week, Wharton students got their own CAPS clinician. Here's what students think.

(11/12/18 1:10am)

Since Nov. 6, a CAPS clinician has been stationed in Huntsman Hall to provide care to Wharton students. Almost a week since the Counseling and Psychological Services made the announcement that Wharton would be the first undergraduate school to station a clinician in-house, students across schools have had mixed reactions.

Psychologist Meeta Kumar takes the reins at CAPS as search for permanent director continues

(09/26/18 7:46pm)

Six months after the former director of Counseling and Psychological Services Bill Alexander announced his plans to retire, Penn has yet to find a permanent replacement for his position. Alexander officially completed his nine-year tenure as director on Aug. 31, and since then, CAPS has been operating without the leadership of a director.

At U. Council meeting, President Gutmann breaks down tuition hike

(04/19/18 3:00pm)

At Wednesday's University Council meeting, student representatives, faculty, and administrators gathered to discuss Penn's budget for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase in Counseling and Psychological Services mental health programming, and local West Philadelphia engagement and development.

New UA leaders put engaging with West Philadelphia at the top of their priorities

(04/17/18 7:39pm)

The newly-elected Undergraduate Assembly President Michael Krone and Vice President Jordan Andrews will be prioritizing their goals of connecting Penn with the surrounding Philadelphia community, continuing mental wellness initiatives, and improving communication between the administration, the UA, and Penn students.  

Halfway into the semester, students in the 'Existential Despair' class are rediscovering a love for reading

(10/30/17 7:16pm)

Does reading a book from cover-to-cover for seven hours sound like the ideal Tuesday evening? Nearly 70 hours and halfway into the semester, the students in religious studies professor Justin McDaniel’s seven-hour-long class on “Existential Despair” think it is.