He walked into the room for the meeting, looked around and thought, “Now what?”
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FOCUS, a new student group, aims to consolidate access to campus resources and provide underclassmen with a support system so they can adjust to life at Penn and thrive both academically and culturally.
It is now easier for students at Penn to use a “preferred name” if their legal name does not reflect their gender identity.
College graduate Laura Alber finished Penn in 1990 with an “anti-plan.” She’s now the president and chief executive officer of Williams-Sonoma, Inc.
In 2012, Wharton senior Tania Chairez was arrested for blocking traffic in front of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Philadelphia. An undocumented immigrant herself, Chairez was protesting the United States’ immigration policy.
This year Penn is celebrating the Latin American and Latino Studies program’s silver anniversary.
The Vagelos programs have a reputation at Penn.
In 1851, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine graduate Samuel Cartwright delivered a report to the Medical Association of Louisiana claiming that blacks’ health was improved by slavery.
One team came in with a patent for a hand-held machine to diagnose vision loss. They came in with chewing gum.
$3,278 in 12 days.
Penn is getting some upgrades. Period.
The PennApps Fellows Internship Program just got $25,000 richer.
After six years, the title of Associate Dean of Natural Sciences is being passed on to Larry Gladney , the current chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Applying to college can be hard enough for American students. It’s even more difficult for international students but new Coursera class might help make the process a bit easier for them.
College sophomore Sheila Shankar thought there was something missing at Penn.
A mixer between Beta Theta Pi and Chi Omega over the weekend has sparked controversy on campus.
College senior Sonya Davey will be studying at Cambridge University this fall as a Gates Cambridge Scholar, the program announced on Monday.
This weekend, the ARCH was buzzing with activity.
In recent weeks, Penn has engaged in an active discussion about addressing mental health concerns on campus. College Houses are taking their own steps to make sure that residents feel supported at home.