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It was a zoo out there in 2008, when I first showed up on campus, mattress pad and shower caddy in tow. For Penn’s Class of 2014, however, freshman fall might be a whole new animal. Or no animal at all.
The Panhellenic Council extension committee unanimously voted Monday to add a new sorority to campus in 2011 rather than 2012, according to Panhel President and College junior Darby Nelson.
Friends, teammates, coaches and professors gathered Thursday night on College Green to remember Wharton junior Owen Thomas with a candlelight vigil. All 425 candles brought to the vigil were lit, according to Associate Chaplain Stephen Kocher.
Despite the recent warm weather, residents of air-conditioned college houses will have to wait until April 13 to cool off in the comfort of their homes.
The Division of Public Safety warned earlier that a "large gathering of juveniles" may convene near 40th and Market streets Wednesday afternoon.
In the second and third presidential debates on Friday, College juniors Matt Amalfitano and Grant Dubler addressed diversity issues and community service.
On Friday, SEPTA announced plans to raise fares by approximately six percent in its budget proposal for the next fiscal year, among other changes.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania may have committed an error in the treatment of a prostate cancer patient, according to a report the hospital filed Feb. 25 with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The cause of Monday morning’s fire at Zeta Beta Tau has been officially classified as “undetermined,” according to Batallion Chief William Dell of the Philadelphia Fire Department.
A fire broke out at the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity house near 39th and Spruce streets Monday morning.
Smoke was seen coming from the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity house at 39th and Spruce streets Monday morning.
Disney World might be “Where Dreams Really Do Come True,” but if you’re looking for an alternative, Spring Fling might be your next best bet.
A fire broke out at about 5:15 p.m. Monday night in the basement of the 3440 Science Center building, located at 3440 Market St., according to Executive Chief Daniel Williams of the Philadelphia Fire Department.
The Division of Public Safety posted a notification on its web site following the occurrence of four unrelated violent crimes over the last three days.
Police are investigating the case of an Upper Darby man who allegedly stole patients' personal information from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in late November.
Penn trustee and alumnus Christopher H. Browne died Sunday of a heart attack, according to The Wall Street Journal. He was 62.
Originally passed in 1990, the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act sets the crime-reporting requirements for colleges and universities nationwide.