The Student Activities Council, which supervises and allocates funds for over 200 student groups on campus, elected a new board Thursday.
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The Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed a proposal yesterday urging the University to improve the academic advising system for the School of Arts and Sciences.
The advisory body charged with addressing campuswide issues has canceled its last two meetings due to "insufficient topics" for the agenda this semester.
The Undergraduate Assembly passed a proposal on Sunday supporting improvements in food quality, variety and service at on-campus dining halls.
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Ivy League rivalries subsided over the weekend as students gathered from across the Northeast for the Ivy Leadership Summit at Princeton University.
The Spring Fling concert may be moved from Franklin Field to Wynn Commons this year.
The Undergraduate Assembly is hoping to make life easier for students trying to "shop around" for classes during the first two weeks of each semester.
The Undergraduate Assembly passed a proposal yesterday urging the Division of Public Safety, along with the Office College Houses and Academic Services, to make changes to the locked door policy in the Quadrangle.
Although police constantly swarm the pizza place across the street from Adrienne Benson's residence at 43rd and Pine streets, the College sophomore said she does not worry too much about safety concerns living off campus.
Just a few months after its grand opening, some big names in the music industry have already graced the stage at WXPN World Cafe Live -- a local concert venue and restaurant.
Students wishing to burn off dining hall calories will have a variety of new options available at Pottruck Fitness Center this semester.
The Undergraduate Assembly overwhelmingly passed a proposal yesterday urging student-led and administrative organizations to include alcohol policies in their bylaws.
Engineering sophomore Bill Breedlove "drunk dials" an ex-girlfriend who he dated for 11 days in the eighth grade nearly every weekend.
College sophomore Masamba Sinclair broke his skull in two places, chipped his elbow, and suffered a concussion along with several other minor injuries last March.
Some late-night studiers crammed for finals and satisfied their appetites at local businesses during finals period last semester.
The Penn Figure Skating Team dazzled their way across the ice with double axels and triple toes Saturday in their first-ever exhibition.
The day after the presidential election, College senior Bradley Breuer had a hard time focusing on his classes and job at a small tech firm in Center City. That morning, he had stayed up until 4 a.m., hoping that his candidate of choice, John Kerry, would win.
Clad in checkered robes, pink heels and low-cut black dresses, Wharton students proved they're not just about the bottom line yesterday at the first-ever "Fashionably Finding a Cure" fundraiser.
The Kelly Writers House struck gold yesterday.
Each year, 800,000 to 900,000 girls and women are bought and sold worldwide in the global sex market. They are ordered through Internet sites, given as birthday gifts to soldiers and stripped of their dignity and identity.