The Daily Pennsylvanian has featured several articles over the past year on the lack of racial and ethnic diversity in Penn’s upper administrative positions, sparking heated debates among readers on the emphasis of race and ethnicity in the hiring of deans and provosts.
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2006 College graduate Joe Maiellano takes mixing drinks to a whole new level.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ webmail is getting an update.
Wharton’s new class of 2017 will already have a mini-milestone under their belt when they step foot on campus — they will be the first Wharton class to adopt Google Mail as their email platform.
Penn is moving forward with plans to transform its 23-acre South Bank property — formerly known as the DuPont Marshall Labs — into a buzzing entrepreneurial campus that will house new commercial and research facilities tied to the University.
The words, “You are never alone,” resounded through Huntsman Hall last night when actress Brittany Snow stopped by to discuss her Love is Louder campaign.
While most students were enjoying the St. Patrick’s Day madness — sheltered from the rain in The Blarney Stone or a packed fraternity house — the five-man Penn Pipes bagpipe band was parading down Locust Walk and adding a little more cultural flavor to campus.
On a Friday night, after other students have gone out, some are sitting by a phone — ready to hear your calls.