The University is adding multi-stall, all-gender bathrooms for future buildings on campus, but student groups are still advocating for renovations to existing buildings that are popular among community members.
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Some students seeking appointments with Counseling and Psychological Services counselors this semester have faced wait times as long as one month.
The United States Senate confirmed 1981 Penn Law graduate and former Board of Trustees Chair David Cohen as the next U.S. Ambassador to Canada.
Several professors have kept pandemic-inspired changes to midterms this semester in efforts to help students, but both professors and students are still struggling with the added stress of adapting to in-person exams after three virtual semesters.
After long pandemic isolation periods, weak immune systems and the spread of non-COVID-19 viruses among kids are causing inpatient occupancy rates to soar at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia — reaching near or above capacity.
Wharton professor Eric Orts is suspending his bid to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate, his campaign announced today in a press release.
Penn will start monitoring wastewater in the College House system to detect and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
International students largely support in-person learning and Penn's COVID-19 mandates, but some want the University to implement more frequent testing and flexible learning options.
Despite Penn's decision to resume an in-person semester, some professors are teaching virtually this fall due to health concerns and departmental decisions.
Harvard University announced that it will let its remaining investments in the fossil fuel industry expire, eventually resulting in divestment. At Penn, spokesperson Stephen MacCarthy declined to comment on whether the University will follow suit.
Two weeks after diving back into in-person classes, first years and sophomores expressed excitement about the opportunity to have shared on-campus experiences with others.
After over a year of pandemic-induced shutdowns, first-year students are excited to navigate a seemingly normal campus environment buzzing with parties and in-person classes.
Fall 2021 undergraduate courses are set to be primarily delivered in person with limited exceptions, remaining in line with administrators' original plans announced in April.
Penn will honor seven individuals with honorary degrees, celebrating their accomplishments in fields ranging from public policy to arts and entertainment.
All eight Ivy League student body presidents signed a joint resolution authored by Penn's Student Sustainability Association calling for each school to fully divest from fossil fuels.
The LGBT Center’s seventh annual Lavender Graduation will be completely virtual this year, and will honor Penn’s LGBTQ+ graduates from undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools.
Popular University City nightclub West & Down has drawn long lines since its reopening last month, raising concerns from students who allege the club is breaking Philadelphia's COVID-19 guidelines.
Penn undergraduates say they have gained valuable research experience this semester, in both virtual and in-person lab settings, despite the various challenges presented by COVID-19.
Penn will offer completely virtual classes this summer, and the roster will have more variety and seats available than in a typical year.
Penn will allow faculty members to explain how COVID-19 has impacted their work in their annual performance and activity reports and in applications for tenure and promotion.