Beginning in the 1950s, the Penn campus grew significantly and controversially to the west. With its most recent acquisition of land, campus now stretches all the way east to the Schuylkill River.
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As she walked home from dinner with her boyfriend, Adrienne Benson noticed “UPenn out of West Philadelphia” scrolled in black spray paint on the sidewalk.
Among the records and books in the University Archives are maps of the Penn Campus divided into numbered sections. An oddly large area beginning at Chestnut Street and stretching to the north bears the label “Unit 3.”
As Penn seeks to increase its presence abroad, India has emerged as a growing frontier for global partnerships.
Key admissions statistics at Penn are consistent with national trends, according to Admissions office data and a report by National Association for College Admission Counseling released last week.
A new law may reduce the fees the University pays when students make purchases on campus or pay tuition with credit cards.
Despite the rise financial need both at Penn and nationwide, the University has been able to maintain its aid packages for current students and increase aid to others.
Penn has been ranked as a number one “Best Neighbor” college in the country for its outreach to the West Philadelphia community.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the family of Anne Ryan, a then-College sophomore who died of bacterial meningitis on Sept. 9, 2007, agreed yesterday to settle a lawsuit brought by the family alleging malpractice during Ryan’s treatment at HUP.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid may soon be shorter, but not necessarily better, according to University administrators.
The medical malpractice trial concerning Anne Ryan, a College sophomore who died of bacterial meningitis on Sept. 9, 2007, has been delayed by half a day.
The medical malpractice trial concerning Anne Ryan, a College sophomore who died of bacterial meningitis on Sept. 9, 2007, will begin on Monday.
A 4.0 GPA, top scores on AP exams, community service awards, athletic talents — these may seem like the keys to getting into college, but in the game of admissions there are other players besides the applicants.
A 4.0 GPA, fives on AP exams, community service awards, athletic talents — these may seem like the keys to getting into college, but in the game of admissions there are other players besides the applicants.
For Penn students feeling the burden of their educational costs, the government has decided to help — the House of Representatives voted 253 to 171 earlier this month to pass the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act.
For some of Penn's newest and most socioeconomically diverse students - those who often face large hurdles in the college admissions and acclimation process - the transition to university life will hopefully follow a clearly marked path to success.
For high-school seniors considering Penn, the application process just became 150 words easier.
The Office of Admissions has begun actively communicating with high school sophomores in an effort to broaden their knowledge of the University - a strategy higher education experts say has been developing at U.S. colleges over the past decade.