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With tomorrow's launch of the long-anticipated public phase of the University's capital campaign following the acquisition of 24 acres of postal lands this summer, it seems like the stars are aligning for Penn.
This Saturday, Penn will launch the public phase of its five-year capital campaign with a celebration on College Green and a highly anticipated public declaration of financial goals.
It's bedtime, and you're hungry. You know you shouldn't reach for that bag of chips, but you do anyway.
The old Hillel building may be nothing but dust and rubble at this point, but a few small pieces live on.
Like anyone who has lived in the high rises, Soleil Roberts has had her fair share of encounters with the notorious section of Locust Walk known as the wind tunnel.
With official approval for funding from the Board of Trustees, Penn is ready to bring a seventy-year-old electrical system into the 21st century.
Seniors kicked off the Senior Class Gift Drive yesterday, beginning the year-long process of encouraging the class to leave a financial mark on the University.
Outside financial experts agree: Penn's Office of Investments is certainly on the right track.
They drove you to soccer practice; they guided you through the college application process. When it came time for dorm shopping, they made checklists. And now that classes are in full swing, they expect daily e-mails.
A specialized focus on diversified investments and international markets has helped the University's endowment swell to $6.6 billion, a figure that was announced at last Thursday's Board of Trustees meeting.
The University's investment strategies have paid off with an unprecedented boom in endowment growth over the last fiscal year.
The U.S. Department of Education announced last week it will stop sending paper copies of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to high schools next year unless a school requests them.
When College sophomore Anne Ryan died from meningitis last Sunday, she left behind a legacy as a model of two kinds.
While Penn's $6 billion endowment may not be as huge as those of financial giants Harvard and Yale universities, it's safe to say that the University is doing its best to catch up.
Newsflash: Bringing your A-game in a round of Halo doesn't translate to an A on your Econ midterm.
A large number of Wharton students came under investigation over the summer for suspicion of cheating on last semester's Operations and Information Management 101 final project.
The sudden vacancy of the dean of admissions post has led to a temporary replacement: Eric Kaplan.
There's a new incentive to keep kids' hands out of the cookie jar - a perfect attendance record.
Diplomats don't have to be politicians, but being a president helps.