Food columnist Rick Nichols began his talk yesterday at the Kelly Writers House by pulling out two bags of gourmet biscotti and a celery root, a lumpy version of potato that smells like celery.
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Planned revisions to the University alcohol policy will be drafted next week and publicized to the campus community soon after winter break, Alcohol Response Team members announced last night.
Greater caution will likely be taken at future Greek social events in light of the Office of Student Conduct conclusion that Psi Upsilon violated the University alcohol policy, according to leaders in the Greek community.
The Psi Upsilon fraternity violated the University alcohol policy, but these violations did not cause the critical injury of a College junior at one of the fraternity's parties over a month ago, according to an Office of Student Conduct investigation summary obtained yesterday.
The College junior who was critically injured after falling two stories at a party last month checked out of the hospital early this week, and was transferred to a rehabilitation facility in Center City.
Though the presidential inauguration included ceremonial, intellectual and culinary components, undergraduates by and large only participated in one facet of the festivities - the free food.
A select committee of students, faculty and administrators met last night in response to both College junior Matthew Paris' drinking-related critical injury, in particular, and the drinking culture at Penn, in general.
The results of the freshman elections will now be announced at least a day late due to two spending violations filed on behalf of the Nominations and Elections Committee last night.
The College junior who was critically injured after falling two stories at a party on Sept. 18 remains in critical but stable condition, according to officials at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Beloit College releases a "Mind-Set List" to explain the common worldview of the incoming freshman class every year.
News reports of the U.S. citizen beheaded in Iraq hit close to home for many Americans. But for those in the Philadelphia region, the death of West Chester, Pa., native Nicholas Berg brought a very human face to the ongoing conflict overseas.
A group of faculty, students and alumni will begin to aid the University Office of Admissions next year in its quest to recruit an increasingly diverse applicant pool.
Student health insurance premiums are likely to rise almost $200 in the next academic year to reflect increasing health care costs across the nation.
The artist behind the popular album College Dropout is returning to school this spring.
The Young Gunz are set to perform on campus during the Penn Relays, according to the hip hop group's Web site.
Topped with two bridal figurines, a wedding cake featured prominently in yesterday's Freedom to Marry Day celebration.
Next year's freshman males will have two fewer days to take advantage of free food and last-minute trips to Atlantic City when a new InterFraternity Council rule shortening rush goes into effect.
A one-alarm fire ignited at the Pi Lambda Phi house late Saturday, displacing all the residents for the night.
The University's endowment will be in new hands next semester after the departure of Chief Investment Officer Landis Zimmerman.
The Underground was underwater.