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International students who had lined up permanent employment on an H-1B visa may find themselves out of a job, according to a Career Services e-mail circulated among students today.
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A fire at the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house early this morning was caused by an electrical overload, according to the Division of Public Safety.
The four Class Board presidents came together Tuesday night for the first time this year to discuss their new constitution and collaboration for the upcoming year.
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It has long been the norm for the University to deny funding to student political groups.
Uncertainty and confusion over this week's financial meltdown drew more than 1,000 students to Zellerbach Auditorium last night to hear Wharton professors' take on the situation.
Former interim Chaplain Rev. Charles Howard took over as University Chaplain on July 1, replacing former Chaplain William Gipson who left his post in February to serve as the Associate Vice Provost for Equity and Access.
Ajay Nair, an associate dean from Columbia University, took over on July 1 as the new Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs. He is replacing Therese Conn, who will retire from the University as of Sept. 30.
Provost Ronald Daniels and Associate Provost Vincent Price announced on Monday that Charles Howard will take over the position of University Chaplain effective July 1.
The University announced Tuesday that Marjorie Jeffcoat, dean of the School of Dental Medicine, will step down from her position on July 1. She will be replaced by Interim Dean Thomas Sollecito until a permanent replacement is found.
The Hey Day T-shirt design was announced last night on the Web site of Penn's junior class.
The Provost, Council of Undergraduate Deans and the Office of College Houses and Academic Services announced last week that Neil Shubin's Your Inner Fish: A Journey Into the 3.5 Billion-Year History of the Human Body will be the reading for the 2008-2009 Penn Reading Project. All incoming freshmen will read the book for the Class of 2012 New Student Orientation.
The University chose Patkau Architects of Canada as the designer of Penn's newest College House to be built on Hill Square.
On the first day of sales, over 1,115 tickets were purchased for the Spring Fling concert featuring Ludacris and Gym Class Heroes to be held April 11. At its peak, the line stretched from Steinberg-Deitrich Hall to the 38th Street bridge until rain forced the sellers to move inside to the Office of Student Life.
Last Monday, Penn reached its single largest day of commingled recycling collection during the RecycleMania competition with 3,480 pounds of recycled material - or 1.74 tons.