Since Nelson Mandela, a man whose name is synonymous worldwide with leadership and the fight for justice, died Dec. 5 at the age of 95, Penn communities have responded in their own ways to his passing.
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Wintertime is hard for those of us that have to take Locust Walk past the 38th street bridge.
This fall, changes to Hillel’s payment policy have resulted in backlash from many diners. Despite ongoing negotiations between Hillel and Business Services, no revisions to the policy have been announced.
If 1,400 people eat lunch, how much trash do they make?
For the fourth year in a row, no Penn students have been selected as recipients of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
In the wake of the disaster left by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, organizations within the Penn community worked to devise ways to help send as much relief as possible to the affected regions.
Starting next year, Harnwell College House will no longer admit freshmen, making it the second all-upperclassman college house on campus.
When it comes to living off-campus, one of biggest troubles students encounter is navigating the various policies and dates set by the different landlord companies for signing leases on properties. We’ve highlighted four of the largest landlords that students are likely to encounter and specified some major dates for the leasing process through them.
In light of the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines this past Thursday, campus groups are banding together to try to raise relief funds.
One student startup is making voting hot.
From the outside, Information Systems and Computing’s new data center, which sits on Penn’s newly acquired South Bank campus east of the Schuylkill River, may seem nondescript, but the old windowless brick building is protected by state-of-the-art security systems.
When Wishbone General Manager Erica Hope opened the restaurant’s doors officially for the first time Monday at 5 p.m., the dozen or so people queued outside rushed into the store.
Wishbone, a fried chicken restaurant on 40th and Walnut streets, opened briefly for business around noon on Sunday for the first time.
Though the leaves are falling, student attendance at the Morris Arboretum is going up.
Though Penn laid its first buildings down in West Philadelphia some 140 years ago, a dedication to open green space has not always been an integral part of campus development.
Mountain Dew, pizza and Java. These are the trademarks of any good hackathon, and this November, high school students from all over the East Coast will get to experience this at Penn.
While much of the attention given to the opening of the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology has been directed at the building’s architecture, the building’s importance for Penn’s interdisciplinary efforts is also attracting notice.
When she came to America for the first time in 1990, Fatou Wilson knew no one. “I came to follow my dream,” she said.
The new Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology, which began construction two and a half years ago in February 2011, will be opening this Friday.