Violent protests by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va. over the weekend have ignited outrage and condemnation from across the country, including at Penn.
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After weeks of confusion and unrest over the state of financial aid for fifth-year undergraduates, one academic department's email seems to have settled the matter for some students while leaving many other questions unresolved.
Once President Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris Agreement on Thursday, various business leaders and university leaders expressed their outrage and concern at the decision. Penn has yet to comment on the issue.
Students looking to head downtown by public transport over reading days may be surprised by changes in their commute.
Penn College Republicans have canceled a speaker event with political commentator Corey Lewandowski, the former campaign manager for President Donald Trump.
In the past year-and-a-half, President Donald Trump has quickly become one of Penn’s most well-known alumni. Throughout his campaign, Trump has referenced his alma mater, the Wharton School, “as probably the hardest [school] there is to get into,” adding that, “some of the great business minds in the world have gone” there.
For years, President Donald Trump has said it’s clear that he is “a very smart guy” since he attended Wharton — a school he describes as “super genius stuff.”
Despite the cold, close to 2,000 people, Penn students among them, gathered in City Center Saturday afternoon to march against President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders.
Potential changes to the H-1B visa program under President Donald Trump's administration is prompting international students at Penn to reconsider their long-term plans in the United States.
A missing senior at Dartmouth College has been found dead, The Dartmouth reported on Tuesday.
Despite activism against OZ email, it's not clear that the organization's social life has drastically changed
Four months after a leaked email from off-campus organization OZ was posted around campus with the caption, “THIS IS WHAT RAPE CULTURE LOOKS LIKE,” it is not clear that much has changed with regard to the organization’s social life.
The room is abuzz even as the election marches into its fifth hour. With all seats filled, students have taken to sprawling on the floor, raising their placards periodically to vote in the 23rd executive board of the Asian Pacific Student Coalition.
While student leaders of minority groups on campus said they were not surprised with the results of a recent study by Brandeis University, which found Penn to be lacking in socio-economic diversity and “hostile” to students of color, they felt the study left out certain nuances of their experiences at Penn.
Five undocumented students met with administrators for two hours on Wednesday night to discuss the University’s commitment to undocumented students. Penn President Amy Gutmann, to whom the students had initially written asking for a meeting, was not present.
With the recent addition of Swarthmore College, the list of “sanctuary campuses” in the U.S. now stands at seven. Penn, which declared last week that it “is and always has been a sanctuary” for undocumented students, is the only Ivy League University on that list.
UPDATED: Students respond to Gutmann's announcement that Penn is a 'sanctuary' for undocumented students
Penn will stay a "sanctuary" for undocumented students, President Amy Gutmann announced in a University-wide email on Wednesday morning.
Gutmann silent amid requests from undocumented students for Penn to be declared a 'sanctuary campus'
Six faculty members criticized Penn President Amy Gutmann this week for failing to sign a petition calling for Penn to be a sanctuary campus or addressing a letter undocumented students wrote to her last week.
From mouse droppings to moldy onions, Tarka Restaurant at 3801 Chestnut Street received a dozen health violations this November.
Just a week before students celebrate a day of thanksgiving and remembrance, the LGBT Center held the Transgender Day of Remembrance, where attendees wrote messages to members of the transgender community killed in the United States this year. The messages were burned in a fire as a symbol of sending love to the lives that were lost.
With just 63 days until President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, students on campus are preparing for what his administration might do. Chief among these concerns is access to contraception.