Penn’s campus always appears to be buzzing with construction, and many more new buildings are already underway. From the time the new freshman class steps on campus for the first time as students this fall through the end of their senior year in 2022, the campus is bound to look very different. Here are some of the ongoing projects that the new freshmen can expect to see by the time of their graduation.
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The Panhellenic Council has replaced its vice president of standards position with the new vice president of health and wellness position, in a move to increase awareness of mental health in sororities.
Van Pelt Library released a survey earlier this month to gauge undergraduate students' perspectives about the library's services and how to improve their experiences.
The student organization Natives at Penn hosted the biannual Ivy Native Conference this weekend for the first time since 2013, drawing in students from across the country and beyond.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announced Philadelphia’s new nine-member board of education tasked with overseeing and improving the Philadelphia School District starting July 1.
Two Philadelphia zip codes are ranked among the nation's most gentrified, according to a recent study on gentrification.
Students in the Penn's chapter of the Public Policy Consulting Group are traveling to Washington D.C. to advocate against the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts to the nation's food stamp program.
President Donald Trump released a budget for fiscal year 2019, which could indirectly result in $90 million less funding towards the Philadelphia Housing Authority, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Representatives from Facebook spoke to students at a tech talk hosted by Penn’s Women in Computer Science club on Feb. 20.
Republicans in the Pennsylvanian legislation re-submitted a congressional map to Gov. Tom Wolf. The original GOP-drawn map was ruled unconstitutional by Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court on Jan. 22 on the grounds of gerrymandering, and required all the 18 districts in the state to be redrawn by Feb. 9.
A new club on campus wants to give students the opportunity to work with and train service dogs.