On May 22, Cornell University's Board of Trustees voted to effectively divest from fossil fuels. Though hundreds of Penn students and professors have called for divestment, the University has yet to take such steps.
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All Harvard Medical School first-year students will have their first semester of courses taught remotely in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
After college campuses across the country shut down and shifted to online learning, students at some of Penn’s peer institutions began filing lawsuits against their schools to demand refunds for tuition and room and board.
As the fate of the fall semester remains uncertain, some Penn students are considering taking a leave of absence if the semester is conducted online. University administration said they have no plans to amend the current leave of absence policy for the fall.
Two Penn students have been named 2020 Truman Scholars, and will have their graduate studies funded to prepare for careers in public service.
On March 18, College and Wharton first-year Yuwei Guo was all set to leave Penn for the semester. She caught a flight to her native Beijing, China that day — but she didn't actually return home until April 2.
The Wharton School's new coronavirus course will feature a lecture by a well-known figure on Penn's campus — President Amy Gutmann.
Penn has adopted an optional pass/fail grading system for the spring semester in light of the coronavirus outbreak — but the grading policies among the Ivy League universities vary.
The coronavirus outbreak has upended academic life at schools across the globe — since online learning is uncharted territory for many students and professors, some institutions have adopted pass/fail grading options.
As the coronavirus pandemic dominates the global conversation and threatens the economy, the Wharton School has organized an online course about the disease's effects on business.
Award-winning author Ottessa Moshfegh spoke to a packed house on Tuesday night at Kelly Writers House, reading from her recent best-selling novel and giving advice to aspiring writers.
Podcast host Sarah Marshall spoke about examining media coverage of scandals and crime on Tuesday night at Kelly Writers House.