This past weekend, roughly 200 prospective students attended Multicultural Scholars' Weekend, a preview weekend geared toward minority students accepted to Penn's Class of 2013.
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Two weeks ago, the Undergraduate Assembly passed a resolution calling on the school to "condense and clarify" its policy on the intellectual property rights of students.
With the economy reeling, the cost of a Penn tuition next year before room, board and other expenses - $34,868 - may be hard to come by. Financial-aid experts are examining ways to make the lengthy application process easier.
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Huntsman Hall was host last night to "Mental Health Camp," a program designed to "show that everyone could use a little help," according to College junior and Reach-A-Peer Line President Jordan Coello.
Black emergency-room patients are likely to wait about an hour longer than other patients to be transferred to a regular hospital bed, according to a recent study by researchers in the School of Medicine.
"Philly Fight Night," an amateur boxing competition in February pitting Wharton MBA students against other Penn graduate students, raised $55,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia this year.
School of Social Policy and Practice celebrates 100 years with awareness month | Interactive timeline
Penn's School of Social Policy and Practice turns 100 this year - and there's no better time to celebrate the centennial than "Social Work Awareness Month."
In three years of participating in on-campus recruiting, College and Wharton senior Ravi Naresh is three for three - summer internships after his sophomore and junior years and a full-time job for after graduation.
A legendary speaker will grace the stage at this year's College of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony.
Penn's Office of Affirmative Action has been without a director since December 2007.
This fall, Penn will welcome its first Ph.D. students in Africana Studies.
Remember that tried-and-true line from admissions officers, "If you have two people and a common interest, then you can start a group at Penn"?
Listen to excerpts from reporter Jared McDonald's interview with Ryan Jobson, UMOJA's new facilitating chairman, and Erica Holland, the group's new correspondence chairwoman.
UMOJA, the umbrella organization for 26 black student groups, elected its new board last week. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with College sophomore and newly-elected planning and facilitating chairman Ryan Jobson and College sophomore and newly-elected correspondence chairwoman Erica Holland.
The White Dog Cafe has changed hands, but don't expect much else to change about the 26-year-old restaurant on Sansom Street.
This year, the Interfraternity Council's new-member education program will feature a workshop hosted by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Center as part of a larger program to incorporate more sensitivity training into fraternity life.
Charles Schulz's Peanuts character Lucy sold advice for a nickel. But users of a new Web site can make a good deal more for their own wisdom.
Author, poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou will be the keynote speaker for Women's Week, an annual collection of events celebrating women and their accomplishments organized by the Penn Consortium of Undergraduate Women.