With the establishment of a new investigatory office for sexual assault at Penn , students will take a step back from the disciplinary process — a trend that has sparked controversy throughout the country.
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More than a month after being announced, the Greek task forces are still working to identify problems within the Greek community.
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Over the past two weeks, administrators have been meeting with student groups to discuss upcoming changes to University sexual assault policy, including the establishment of a new office to investigate reported sexual assaults.
In April 2014, the White House released a report from its task force on sexual assault outlining measures schools should take to combat the issue on campuses nationwide. Since then, all Ivy League schools, including Penn, have updated their sexual assault policies.
“Yes means yes,” may soon become the precedent for sexual violence policies on college campuses around the country.
Get ready for some “Birthday Sex.”
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life has a new member. Last week, Meghan Gaffney took over as Associate Director at OFSL.
If you have not left your coat behind after a night out, you almost definitely know someone who has. But College juniors Caroline Calle and Melissa Greenblatt think they have a solution for those prone to frat-driven forgetfulness.
There will be more opportunities to join the Greek community this year.
On the heels of the anti-hazing working group formed last December, administrators and members of the Greek community have now formed four new task forces to proactively examine issues facing Penn’s Greek community.
Members of Penn’s Greek community have made a conscious effort to raise money to help children with cancer.
Greeks are on the prowl for new members. Just two weeks into the school year, fraternities are already scouting out potential pledges in the process commonly known as “dirty rush.”
For students who feel like they missed out on spring rush, fall recruitment — which is just starting up for the semester — provides an opportunity for them to join the Greek community.
This past year, Penn's Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter adopted Antonio, a 7-year-old boy with a stage three brain tumor.
The Annenberg Public Policy Center is joining forces with media organizations for the first time as it surveys the American public during the 2014 election season.
Members of the Penn Glee Club may have lost their voices during their two-week international tour in late May — but not solely from singing.
One Penn Law graduate wants to help the victims pursue their bullies.
Two Penn graduates created an online service that allows women to try out different designer clothes without stretching their budgets.
Suicides occur most frequently at night, according to a recent study by Penn Medicine.