Bonding with the residents of your freshman dormitory is a Penn tradition, but most students do not typically choose to stay in these dorms for more than a year — that is, until New College House came along.
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Penn’s newest anti-violence group, the Consent Collaborative, has established to unite all sexual violence awareness organizations on campus.
At Philadelphia's "March for Our Lives" event on March 24, thousands of students, teachers, and other Philadelphia residents packed the march route, carrying painted signs and chanting slogans against gun violence.
A new University initiative looks to unite campus businesses under one brand and on one centralized website.
Since the revamp of the Take Your Professor/Mentor to Lunch program this past February, the University has seen an uptick in reservations.
U.S. News and World Report has released the 2019 Best Graduate Schools, and despite earning top spots once again, many of Penn’s graduate schools have fallen in the rankings.
Over 500 students applied this year to live in New College House for the upcoming school year. Yet over 200 learned they had been rejected as a result of high demand and the need to reserve spots for incoming freshmen.
The Penn Professional Staff Assembly sponsored a talk with Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett on Jan. 30. Roughly 50 staff members gathered in Claudia Cohen Hall to hear Pritchett discuss a variety of topics that he chose, from his personal background to University initiatives in the broader Philadelphia area.
Roughly 50 members of Penn's staff crowded into the Terrace Room of Claudia Cohen Hall at midday on Tuesday for a conversation with Provost Wendell Pritchett.
Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett, along with 12 other significant figures in Philadelphia, will contribute to the selection of the Philadelphia School District’s first-ever Board of Education.
The Penn Bookstore has just completed the first phase of a major multi-year four-phase construction project.
Penn’s large animal hospital has placed itself under equine quarantine after an admitted horse tested positive for equine herpes on Jan. 16. To impose an equine quarantine, the hospital has to isolate the infected horse from other horses.
Penn recently announced the creation of a committee to help select the new vice provost and director of libraries.
Fire crews responded to a hydrochloric incident in one of Penn's School Engineering and Applied Sciences' buildings early morning on Jan. 5.
Graduate student leaders from 13 law schools have signed a pledge to improve the mental health of their campuses and eliminate the stigma behind seeking help.
In its second event of the semester, Penn Women SPEAK gathered on Nov. 30 to discuss how to respond to the controversial protesters on Locust Walk that may make students feel uncomfortable or offended.
Mehmet Oz, the Turkish-American cardiothoracic surgeon known for his television appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and his own talk show, "The Dr. Oz Show," paid Penn students a visit on Nov. 13. The 1986 Wharton graduate, who has been criticized by other doctors for having a passion for financial returns over the scientific practice of medicine, said he was glad he came to a campus that valued both.
Yoga has become increasingly popular among adults in the United States for stress-reduction, but few low-cost options to practice yoga are available near campus.
This is the Year of Innovation at Penn, and the student-rub club for technological innovation, Weiss Tech House, is working hard to ensure that students truly have the chance to innovate.
Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher was put on administrative leave after a series of controversial tweets. Drexel said the decision was made to protect both “his safety and the safety of Drexel’s community.”