It’s a busy week for writers at Penn. Several on-campus publications — The Punch Bowl, The WALK Magazine and The Adroit Journal — are all launching new issues this week. Read on for a preview of the contents and their editors’ takes on why you should pick up — or look up — a copy.
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Penn is back in session today, but the effects of the two-day snowstorm that led to class cancelations on Tuesday and Wednesday will be felt throughout the week.
The snow is continuing to delay events around campus.
Daytime classes are canceled on Wednesday, Jan. 22 due to snow.
Penn suspended usual operations today due to snow.
Two Penn events, sorority recruitment and a track and field meet, have been modified in response to the death of College freshman Madison Holleran, who died Friday night.
College freshman Madison Holleran died Friday night in Center City, according to an email sent to Hill College House residents early Saturday morning. She was 19.
Put down your smart phone. The next big thing in computer science is analog computing.
The Office of Admissions announced today that it will accept applications from regular decision applicants until Jan. 6.
Have you ever wondered how Penn’s notorious squirrels came to Philadelphia in the first place?
During its last meeting of the semester on Sunday, the Undergraduate Assembly debated the merits of the writing seminar requirement and passed a resolution to develop a mobile app for Penn resources.
The widow of a former Penn researcher who died from brain cancer in 2011 is alleging that her husband was exposed to harmful radiation without giving proper consent.
The Undergraduate Assembly discussed health and alcohol concerns at their meeting this Sunday.
OPenned, an educational website produced by the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education along with Penn Apps Labs, had its soft launch last week. The website features “tutorials” on topics of interest, as well as videos of speakers on campus that students might have missed.
The Undergraduate Assembly wants to make it easier to bring new food trucks to campus.
Only a lucky few score singles in the high rises. And it is a struggle to coordinate rent, cable and utilities payments with roommates if you move off campus. But the challenges of living abroad are sometimes even more difficult to anticipate.
The leaders of Penn Student Government discussed their recent contributions to undergraduate student life at the State of School event last night.
On Monday, the Reaccreditation Steering Committee released a draft of its self-study report to the university community as part of Penn’s self-study during the reaccreditation process.
On Sunday, members of the Undergraduate Assembly considered whether its body is truly representative of the student body.
The Undergraduate Assembly wants to make it easier for students to get a dual degree.