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The Interfraternity Council is planning to add a diversity chair to their executive committee, similar to the position created by the Panhellenic Council earlier this semester.
Despite seeing a 10 percent increase in international student applications for the 2017-2018 academic year, some international students at Penn are growing increasingly concerned about their safety.
Almost half the cases of academic dishonesty sent to the Office of Student Conduct come from the Department of Computer and Information Science at Penn — but this is because students are more likely to get caught cheating in these classes.
Graduate students at the University of Chicago voted to unionize earlier this week despite facing resistance from the university's administrative staff.
Penn is pursuing a new policy towards off-campus organizations, though it's not clear how the University intends to ensure that these organizations will comply with their new proposals.
A patient at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, which is part of the Penn Medicine system, sued the University and physician Leonard Rosenfeld last week over accusations that the doctor sexually assaulted her through the aid of hypnosis.
Penn, fresh off of earning a designation as the “most beautiful college in Pennsylvania,” is no stranger to ranking highly in lists of American colleges and universities. But, in lists ranking affordability and access, Penn still has ground to cover with its peers in the Ivy League and across the country, according to a series of recent rankings.
Former professor emeritus of physics at Penn Elias Burstein died on June 17 due to heart failure at his home in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
For many Penn freshmen, the best places on campus are ones they discover outside of Penn’s college brochure. From obscure locations to secret group study rooms in fitness buildings across campus, Penn students reflect on what they’ve learned about Penn outside of the classroom.
International students looking for a job in the U.S. after graduation face the added challenge of procuring the appropriate visa requirements.
Penn's "largest capital project" ever has just been unveiled.
Last Tuesday, chapter members of the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Council and the Intercultural Greek Council attended their first I CARE training— an intensive mental health program facilitated by Penn’s Counseling and Psychological Services.
The Office of the Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives and the Interfraternity Council are taking steps towards forging a more amicable relationship.
After the president of Pennsylvania State University published a letter suggesting that a fraternity member’s death might result in the banning of Greek life altogether at Penn State, Penn students maintain their support for Greek life at Penn.
Penn Students for Justice in Palestine is hosting “Israeli Apartheid Week” for the second time on campus after receiving some backlash for the events last year.
A Penn professor and a Penn fellow have been named among the 40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Health.
Ten-time Grammy award-winning musician and 1999 College graduate John Legend is going to be a member of the advisory board of the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice at Penn Law.
Sororities must keep their houses alcohol-free, a far cry from the rules regulating fraternities. But not all sorority members think this needs to changed.
Some Penn students need to lock down summer plans soon, and not just so they can land a competitive internship. Instead, they need to find a way to stay in the country — or their ability to return to Penn in the fall could be in jeopardy.
A Penn researcher has received $16.3 million in funds from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to speed up the development of a HIV vaccine.