The funding deficit for student groups — spurred in part by the moratorium imposed by the Student Activities Council in September 2012 — is nothing new. Neither, though, are alternatives to alleviate the funding squeeze. But for groups that aren’t SAC-funded, these sources often bring with them a number of restrictions and prerequisites that can make accessing their funds difficult.
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This past fall, Sayre High School students in a program called “Leaders of Change” examined how Philadelphia and state schools function and came to a stark conclusion: Their school system is failing them. The theme that emerged, College sophomore and program volunteer Filippo Bulgarelli said, was that the students - all more involved and high-achieving than the average Sayre student - knew that something was wrong with their school, but didn’t know how it was being addressed.
The creation of houses for homeless families will continue this holiday season near University City.
Venture capital investment in Philadelphia is at a five-year high, with indication for further growth.
In light of the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines this past Thursday, campus groups are banding together to try to raise relief funds.
For those looking for a job in biotechnology, Philadelphia might be the place to start and end the search.
Girl Scouts at Penn is working to make science more accessible to young girls.
The preliminary report of the Career Plans Survey for the Class of 2013 shows an upward trend in employment for Penn graduates over the past few years.
Three Penn School of Design students are working to make University City more bike-friendly.
Entering its 15th year, Penn’s Ase Saturday Academy continues to help West Philadelphia students pursue academic achievement outside of a traditional classroom.
Drew Crockett, a 2005 College graduate, will be opening a storefront extension of his popular coffee truck HubBub on 3736 Spruce St. this Monday at 7 a.m. The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed Crockett about his plans for the new store.
In a climate of economic change, young employment seekers should closely consider the market status of the cities where they apply for jobs.
Career Services might do more than just help you get a job. They might even give you an iPad mini.
Raising nonpartisan political capital is never a quick process. For the Penn Political Coalition, accomplishing this goal took about two years.
One Penn expert warns that the City of Philadelphia’s plan to earn back the money it borrowed to open public schools on time is far from realistic.
When Felicia Curcuru came to Penn in 2003, she probably expected to graduate with a few best friends. She didn’t expect to leave campus with a sister.
Thai Singha House restaurant has temporarily closed its doors at 3939 Chestnut Street — but it won’t stop serving.
A new partnership at Drexel University could shed some light on Penn’s existing Career Services resources tailored specifically for LGBTQ students.
A 21-year-old University of Michigan student intern at Bank of America’s London office died suddenly on Aug. 15 at his student residential facility, raising concerns about work hours in the investment banking industry.
As the school year comes to an end and Career Services begins analyzing this year’s data for on-campus recruiting, the “Class of 2013 has had a very successful recruitment year,” Director of Career Services Pat Rose said.