In the midst of regular decision application evaluations, Penn’s Admissions Office has diverted some of its focus to applicants who have already been accepted.
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College alcohol policies nationwide have come under scrutiny recently following increased attention to sexual assault and other alcohol-related dangers. The Daily Pennsylvanian rounded up the details of each school's policies.
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Just under 200 applicants to the Class of 2019 will receive likely letters on Thursday, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said. The letters will be sent in the form of an online message through applicants' portals.
With the Quaker Days program approaching, the Admissions Office is searching for hosts to give prospective students a real taste of Penn.
Early decision applicants will fill 54.4 percent of the Class of 2019 — the largest portion in Penn’s history.
While the Admissions Office continues to work towards its goal of interviewing 100 percent of applicants, the effectiveness of the program remains unclear.
Members of the Penn community are critical of Brown University’s drastic changes in its alcohol policies following two incidents of sexual violence at fraternity parties, one of which involved a date rape drug.
The White House is launching its own metric for college ratings before the start of the next academic year, and Penn is hopeful that some of its initiatives will be reflected in the rankings.
Last week, a widely publicized discovery by a group of Stanford students turned Penn's college admissions office upside-down.
Penn received the highest number of applications in University history this year, following a four-day extension of the regular decision deadline.
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Penn students are pushing the university to play its part in alleviating the Philadelphia school system’s current budget crisis.
Huntsman Hall namesake, Jon M. Huntsman Sr., perhaps one of Penn’s most renowned alumni, held a book signing at the Penn Bookstore on Wednesday evening for his newly released memoir.
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