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It's not easy to use Penn InTouch on your phone. This sophomore made an app to fix that.

(09/09/18 9:41pm)

During the first two weeks of class, it's common to see hoards of students rushing down Locust Walk with their heads down as they scramble to log into Penn InTouch on their phones. The website, which is notoriously difficult to use on mobile devices, is known to crash when more than 5 percent of the student population is logged in at the same time. 

As search for OFSL director intensifies, students weigh in on the type of candidate they want

(04/04/18 12:01am)

Two months after Penn's former director of fraternity and sorority life left his position, the search for his replacement is intensifying. Student leaders within Greek life are working to ensure that their concerns and opinions about the search are being taken into account. 

IFC ends plans to appoint diversity chair; takes other efforts to expand diversity

(03/28/18 10:47pm)

The Interfraternity Council announced last March it was looking to introduce a diversity chair position to its executive board. A year later, however, the IFC board is still without a diversity chair and is no longer searching for one. Instead, the group is looking to address diversity in other ways.

Interfraternity Council offers more flexible new member education to combat poor attendance

(01/31/18 12:22am)

The Interfraternity Council published the attendance rates of fraternities at various mandatory educational programs for the first time last September. The results indicated that only five of Penn's 27 fraternities managed to meet the attendance mandate.

Penn's Director of Greek life is stepping down to take on a new role in Wharton's MBA program

(01/18/18 7:48pm)

Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Eddie Banks-Crosson will transition into his new role as the director of Wharton's MBA Office of Student Life. He will start in his new position in February, according to an email from University spokesperson Monica Yant Kinney.

Penn sorority hopefuls delayed by 'bomb cyclone' worry about their chances at rush

(01/10/18 2:11am)

While many Penn students may be enjoying the last few moments of winter break, hundreds of freshman and sophomore women have been back on campus for several days to prepare for Panhellenic sorority recruitment. However, for a few eager hopefuls, the recent spate of extreme weather may prevent them from even starting the process.