Family and friends of 22-year-old College senior Kambili Moukwa - or "Kam," as he was called - say they will remember his passion for politics and selfless personality.
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Communications professor and Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs Vincent Price will step in as the interim provost in March as Penn searches for a replacement for current Provost Ron Daniels, who will serve as president of Johns Hopkins University.
The forthcoming discontinuation of 18 research specialist positions at the Penn Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, which was announced last Friday, may stem from reasons other than the financial crisis.
The Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is the latest to be affected by the financial crisis.
Not many students can claim to have felt the emotional rush and physical drain of a marathon. After yesterday, Wharton senior Kristin Moore can declare a total of four marathon experiences.
The trek down Locust Walk just got a little brighter.
Two Penn grads have been tapped to lead the biggest financial bailout plan in history.
Students and their families at Brown University are getting a little more time to pay their bills, as economic circumstances make financing an education a bit more difficult.
It was the United States that elected a president last week, but the entire world was engaged in the experience.
Penn says they led the vote last Tuesday in a competition with Dartmouth College to turn out the greater number of voters on election day.
There's another solution when you forget your grandmother's birthday after the local CVS has closed its doors.
Not every Penn student is getting out the vote tomorrow.
For students hoping to snatch the elusive summer internship in business, there's a new company for hire.
Alumni visiting for homecoming this weekend may find the retail areas on 39th and 40th streets unrecognizable.
It's no secret that college students are some of the most sleep-deprived people in the nation - but the extent to which they are may be surprising.
Come Nov. 4, there's another reason to exercise your right to vote. Think of it as a friendly rivalry between Penn and Dartmouth.
College students don't read - at least not outside of class.
Penn graduates make a hefty salary - but not as much as their counterparts at Harvard and Princeton universities, according to a recent study.
Everybody loves a freebie, especially these days.
Transparency in politics and public policy isn't just figurative anymore.