From the Compass to Van Pelt Library, campus on Tuesday was a frenzy of student groups urging students to register on the last day before the Oct. 11 voter registration deadline.
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The student collective known as “We Are Watching” protested on campus early Tuesday morning with messages calling Republican presidential nominee and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump “an active advocate of rape culture” and urging Penn students to register to vote.
For many staffers in College Houses & Academic Services, it was the latest in the long line of sexist and culturally insensitive comments from their boss, Martin Redman: the so-called “Africa comment.”
The group of Christian preachers who riled campus on Sept. 15 returned again for another hours-long demonstration Monday afternoon on College Green.
Penn will not divest from fossil fuel industries, the Board of Trustees announced on Thursday.
More than 900 members of affiliated sororities and unaffiliated all-female groups signed an open letter on Sunday lambasting an “overarching culture” of misogyny within fraternities and other predominantly male groups.
Everyone from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf to the University administration has commented on the flyers posted around campus this week that included an email protesters decried as an example of rape culture.
The backlash toward off-campus organization OZ, which appears to have been connected to a controversial email distributed on flyers around campus this week, amplified on Wednesday as various sorority members informally cut ties with the group.
Hundreds of flyers featuring an email sent by an account email@example.com were posted across campus on Tuesday morning, stamped with “THIS IS WHAT RAPE CULTURE LOOKS LIKE” and “WE ARE WATCHING.”
They work in every college house, installing and fixing equipment, troubleshooting over 3,000 student help requests a year and assisting house staff. They are responsible for overseeing the close to 120 student Information Technology Advisors in total across Penn’s 12 college houses.
Wharton and College undergraduate Arthur Halim died on July 30 after battling a “long illness,” according to an email sent on Wednesday to the Wharton undergraduate student community by Vice Dean Lori Rosenkopf. He was 21 years old.
Though Donald Trump may repeatedly invoke his Wharton degree as a symbol of his academic prowess, one professor there wants nothing more than to see the 1968 Wharton graduate flop in the November general election. And, he isn’t afraid to pony up some cash to make that happen.
In a change of plans, Vice President Joe Biden will be at the main University Commencement on Monday, the Division of Public Safety said on Thursday night.
Only a day after the start of final exams, a broken sprinkler flooded various rooms in Harnwell College House and left multiple students displaced.
For the past hundred or so years, the junior class has celebrated their transition to senior year through a day of festivities replete with styrofoam hats, canes, red shirts and a traditional visit back to their freshman hall.
Jamal Morris, a part-time aide who worked in Pottruck Health and Fitness Center, was killed on Saturday morning in a hit-and-run, Philadelphia Police and the Division of Public Safety announced on Tuesday.
Students flocked to College Green on Tuesday afternoon to promote mental health awareness on campus in the wake of a student’s suicide on Monday.
Penn President Amy Gutmann has stored thousands of work-related emails on a private server, a Daily Pennsylvanian investigation found this week.