West 44th street, between 5th and 6th avenues, in New York City is possibly the only place in America where one could reasonably encounter Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Tyra Banks, and the words "University of Pennsylvania" all in the same space.
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After 203 days awaiting a response, Penn graduate students have finally received permission to legally move forward with a vote on whether to unionize or not.
Wharton sophomore Shane Goldstein and College sophomore Abigail Waugh ran around Penn's campus last fall collecting signatures for a petition. They believed that Penn could power its campus with 100 percent renewable energy by 2030. One year and 2,500 signatures later, they still believe that Penn can achieve this, but the only problem is convincing the administration.
Amid a barrage of opinions over a Penn teaching assistant’s tweet admitting that she calls on black female students to talk first in class, a professor at the University of Missouri, Columbia took action of her own, according to a report in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Cariann Hithon, a student at Temple University, was killed on Sunday in Miami Beach, Fla., after the car she was driving struck a police officer and several other vehicles, according to The Associated Press and other sources.