Tens of millions of dollars are going into completing a major renovation of Hamilton Court.
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After a semester of student backlash to Penn's new policies governing social events, administrators and students say they are getting used to the campus regulations. Data from the University also suggest groups largely have been following the guidelines.
Graduate students at Penn could stand to lose almost 40 percent of their income under the proposed Republican tax plan.
When students use Penn's wifi network, AirPennNet, they can get caught for not following copyright laws.
From Mad Mex to Chipotle, Penn students have seen a series of restaurants on campus closed or suspended in recent years for violating health regulations.
Hundreds of students gathered on Oct. 20 on Huntsman Hall's Koo Plaza to commemorate the life of Wharton senior and Beta Theta Pi fraternity member Henry Rogers, who died on Oct. 9.
Penn upperclassmen can choose to live on or off campus, but transfer and exchange students don't have the same options.
Among the young college students at a party hosted by the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity on Sept. 30, College sophomore Mitch Aronoff spotted an adult in a raincoat. He said this woman seemed out of place and did not appear to have attended the event to socialize.
Capogiro, the coffee and gelato shop located at 3925 Walnut St., will close at the end of the month, according to a report in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
People often don’t believe College sophomore Jennifer Higa when she says she was born and raised in Japan. Higa, who is of Japanese descent, says that her American accent often confuses people.
More than a month after Penn Law School professor Amy Wax co-wrote a controversial op-ed in praise of "bourgeois values," the University is still dealing with blowback from her now-viral article.
Penn has almost 11,000 graduate students, outnumbering the undergraduate population at 10,109, but these older students don't seem to be able to access the University's mental health resources as easily as undergraduates.
Nine months after Penn's initial announcement that Fresh Grocer was to evacuate its location at 4001 Walnut St., the supermarket is still open 24 hours a day.
Penn describes its maternity leave options as “family friendly,” but some students disagree, reporting that Penn's policies can be inadequate in supporting women with children.
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Campus is abuzz over Penn Law professor Amy Wax's controversial op-ed, which called for return of 'bourgeois' cultural values
A controversial op-ed co-written by Penn Law School professor Amy Wax, which said, "All cultures are not created equal," has generated a firestorm across campus.
Over 1,000 Penn graduate students have been campaigning for a labor union since March, and they're still facing stumbling blocks.
Penn’s sprawling medical system, home to major scientific innovations and the largest capital expenditure in the University’s history, just added another distinction: a nomination as one of the best employers in the United States, fromto Forbes magazine.
If the morning’s not rainy or snowy, odds are you can catch Paul Sniegowski riding up to Penn’s Leidy Labs on his white Trek road bicycle.
Despite President Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric during both his campaign and while in office, his administration last week ruled to allow more than 750,000 undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States — at least temporarily.