President Donald Trump’s newly announced immigration ban has sparked panic among some international students and faculty at Penn, forcing them to reconsider their very future in the United States.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
The new Trump administration plans to introduce “extreme vetting” of immigrants from majority-Muslim countries, according to a draft executive order leaked Wednesday to civil rights advocates.
It all started with a single class, in the spring of 2013.
WASHINGTON — The day after 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, half a million protesters, including representatives from many student groups from Penn, descended on Washington, D.C. to attend the Women’s March on Washington.
Donald Trump is sworn in as President, becoming first Penn graduate to hold the nation's highest office
WASHINGTON — 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump was officially sworn in as President of the United States today, marking the first time a Penn graduate has held the highest political office in the country.
A new endowed scholarship has been created to support students who distinguish themselves as leaders in mental wellness.
Penn’s chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity has been rattled in recent days by allegations of racist actions toward a fraternity member.
Penn President Amy Gutmann’s contract has been extended to 2022, which will make her the longest-serving president in Penn history.
No Penn students were involved in sending racist GroupMe messages to freshman students of color last Friday, according to a University notification sent on Sunday afternoon.
U. of Oklahoma student to be suspended for racist group message after Penn Police, FBI investigation
Racist group messages that sent black students at Penn reeling appear to have been connected to a student at the University of Oklahoma, Penn notified students early Saturday morning.
Students tearfully told Penn President Amy Gutmann how they felt "fearful" and "terrified" following the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election.
Middle of the semester got you in a rut?
Penn’s campus reacted with shock and sadness to news of Wharton junior Ao “Olivia” Kong’s death on Monday. Students mourned their classmate at a candlelight vigil on Monday night and took to social media to express their memories of Kong as well as their discontent with Penn’s culture.
In an effort to promote more diversity among its students, Penn has imposed a quota on the number of students from Westchester, New York it can admit — just 45 percent of every incoming class.
Cornell University president Elizabeth Garrett died Sunday night in her New York City home after receiving treatment for colon cancer, the Cornell Sun reported. She was 52 years old.
1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump is barreling toward the Republican nomination, securing Super Tuesday victories in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia. He’s brash, offensive and highly divisive — yet he strikes a chord with a significant number of Americans.
One year ago today, Penn released the final report of the Task Force on Student Psychological Health and Welfare — a bundle of administrative recommendations, developed after a year of consultation and designed to remedy Penn's mental health crisis.
This fall, Penn has seen an explosion of conversation and controversy over the issue of sexual violence — a problem highlighted by the release of the sexual assault survey conducted by the Association of American Universities, whose disappointing findings were published in September.
Penn has announced that it will stop using the title “Faculty Master” for its college house leaders, a term some see as evocative of slavery. The position will now be called “Faculty Director.”
As I realize what I am about to say, I can practically feel the earth shake as bra burners of days gone by turn in their graves. I can nearly see the silvery tear sliding down Sheryl Sandberg’s cheek. I imagine that men like Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum are throwing out a hearty cheer.