The Neighbourhood will headline the Social Planning and Events Committee’s Fall Concert, SPEC announced Monday.
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At the one-year mark since the enactment of the Student Activities Council’s moratorium, students are calling for more transparency in SAC’s decisions via a petition being circulated online.
“Bad luck” is what the Penn Police called it when Bill Ding reported that his bike had been stolen.
Job creation has been on the national agenda since the recession and now it’s come onto the Undergraduate Assembly’s agenda as well.
The Undergraduate Assembly wants to equalize the right to print for all students.
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education is gearing up to produce the latest edition of the report that brought about the pass/fail option and four-class semesters.
The Undergraduate Assembly convened with its newest members for the first time this Sunday.
After the weekend’s freshman elections, the Undergraduate Assembly’s new members now outnumber the old.
The newest members of the Undergraduate Assembly and Class Board 2017 were announced Friday night by the Nominations and Elections Committee.
The Undergraduate Assembly is discussing several online projects meant to build on existing campus resources — such as creating a virtual marketplace modeled on eBay.
The Undergraduate Assembly held its first session of the academic year on Sunday night, outlining all of its future projects for the year ahead.
In a letter published on Wednesday, Penn President Amy Gutmann and 185 other university presidents urged the government to reconsider higher education funding cuts.
Every summer, hundreds of Penn students pursue internships at brand name companies. But what is it really like to work for a company whose brand equity rivals Coca Cola’s?
This summer, two Penn women are bringing first world trends to the third world as part of their placements with the International Internship Program.
In light of recent cases against companies who take on unpaid interns, it may soon be less costly for an employer to forgo interns entirely than to hire one from Penn.
“They went out with their boots on.”
More than a tenth of Penn’s undergraduate class of 2012 pursued “common good” careers directly after graduation.
Millenials might be the last generation to experience unpaid internships.
Lee’s Hoagie House shuttered its storefront for good yesterday.
The pre-med undergraduate who leads Penn’s Medical Emergency Response Team is not spending his summer in a lab or at a hospital.