The Computer Connection retail store, nestled in the second floor of the Penn Bookstore, will permanently close by June 30 after 35 years of operation.
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Across the nation, colleges are grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and rapidly working to announce finalized plans for the fall 2020 semester. The Daily Pennsylvanian is tracking the policy decisions of over 320 colleges across each of the 50 states.
Penn has outlined four scenarios under consideration for fall 2020 in response to the pandemic, ranging from a hybrid of in-person and online instruction, a shortened in-person semester, and entirely online learning.
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Although Penn Abroad said it would announce the fate of fall study abroad programs by May 15, the decision for many programs was delayed once again last Friday due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An off-duty Penn security guard has been charged with multiple counts of assault after a shooting last month and was arrested Tuesday morning.
As universities across the country grapple with uncertainty about whether campuses will open in the fall — and if students will return — experts say that colleges, even notoriously selective ones, are looking to waitlists to fill the Class of 2024. But Penn Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said the school is not admitting any more waitlisted students than usual.
A Penn student filed a class action lawsuit against the University demanding tuition and fee refunds for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. The outcome of the lawsuit could affect all Penn students who paid tuition during this time period.
On April 8, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) dropped out of the presidential race. Now, Penn for Bernie will not disband, but become a new, progressive political group on campus known as Penn Justice Democrats.
Construction on New College House West, Penn’s record-breaking $163 million dorm hall, remains underway and on schedule to open in fall 2021 despite setbacks from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Coalition Against Fraternity Sexual Assault publicly removed Penn Democrats from their group on Tuesday. CAFSA said in a public statement that Penn Dems was removed because they endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden for president, a figure who has been accused of sexual harassment and assault.
Wary of possible visa issues and travel restrictions caused by coronavirus in the fall semester, Penn Dean of Admissions Eric Furda sent out an email earlier this week to remind incoming international students that they have the option of taking a gap year and joining the Class of 2025.
Although Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) ended his presidential campaign earlier this week, Penn for Bernie says it is gaining members as it restructures its original mission and creates new space for the progressive movement on campus.
Nearly a month after Penn evacuated most of campus, the University has outlined a concrete plan to issue pro-rated housing and dining refunds to students who were living in University housing or enrolled in a meal plan.
Democratic Penn students are divided on their support for former Vice President Joe Biden in the general election — and some may choose not to vote at all in November in Biden wins the Democratic nomination.
As numerous Pennsylvania counties operate under Governor Tom Wolf’s 'Stay at Home' order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, hundreds of construction and project staff continue to work days and nights on-site to complete Penn's Pavilion patient tower ahead of schedule.
Penn admitted 3,404 out of 42,205 applicants for the Class of 2024. At 8.07%, this year's acceptance rate is slightly higher than last year's, marking the first acceptance rate increase in five years.
Penn Democrats, one of the University's largest political groups, endorsed Joe Biden for president on Saturday morning.
As coronavirus cases surge in the United States, many institutions of higher education are closing their classroom doors and moving courses online. But despite suggesting the possibility of remote instruction, Penn still has not committed to a decision.
As Joe Biden emerged from Super Tuesday as the Democratic presidential primary frontrunner, on-campus political groups began preparing for a brutal competition between the former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).