Thursday afternoon, the School of Law’s Golkin Hall celebrated its official opening with a special dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony with one of the nation’s most preeminent legal minds.
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After a week of dealing with the consequences of nearly a foot of flooding, residents of Gregory College House have finally received help.
Just as the leaves are turning green, Penn is also turning green this week.
Over the summer, Class of 1920 Commons will undergo major changes.
Students looking to study on the far east side of Penn’s campus have found a home in what used to be 6,400 square feet of unused space.
Instead of sleeping in on Saturday morning, 60 of Penn’s Eco-Reps chose to spend their time cleaning up a local urban cemetery.
Dan Garofalo, Penn’s lead environmental sustainability coordinator, has been working over the past few years to bring the University’s Climate Action Plan to fruition. The Daily Pennsylvanian recently sat down with Garofalo to take a closer look at his role in implementing Penn’s sustainability initiatives.
With the end of the interhouse selection period last Friday, many students are breathing a sigh of a relief as they finish up the task of picking a dorm for the next academic year.
Walking around campus this spring, one might see the wheels of a bright red bicycle riding around campus.
Bon Appétit has taken a step against animal cruelty within the food industry.
2012 is not the Year of Games, but the Year of the Bible, at least according to the Pennsylvania legislature.
Groups like Penn’s fencing team will soon be glad to have a brand new practice facility in Hutchinson Gymnasium.
Steinberg-Dietrich Hall is getting a makeover.
Penn students now have a real-life version of Chatroulette available at their fingertips.
Though it was announced in October, Penn’s new housing application system is now being put to the test by students who are using it for the first time.
The winners of last fall’s Green Fund grants are seeing their projects come to fruition.
The recycling mania at Penn has officially begun.
Penn Park, Eco-Reps and carbon emissions are among the hundreds of environmental initiatives discussed in a recent 45-page progress report.
Some business owners on Sansom Street will heave a sigh of relief when the construction trucks drive away from Golkin Hall for the final time.
Recent price bumps at Houston Market may cause some students to choose other venues for meals or a quick bite.