University officials are continuing to help the Penn community cope with the death of College sophomore Anne Ryan.
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College sophomore Anne Ryan died early yesterday morning of meningitis after being hospitalized on Saturday afternoon, University officials announced yesterday.
College sophomore Anne Ryan died early this morning of meningitis at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, University officials announced this afternoon.
When former Wharton Dean Patrick Harker left Penn, eight others followed, forcing the business school to rebuild much of its upper administration.
It's getting even harder to earn an MBA from Wharton.
Following a large-scale, six-month search that ended in late June, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Ron Daniels announced that Thomas Robertson will become the dean of the Wharton School.
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Let's face it: I landed a Capitol Hill internship this summer, but I don't exactly spend my days rubbing elbows with the House leadership or shaping U.S. policy. Instead, much of my time is spent answering an onslaught of constituent calls for Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), some happy, some angry, some hopeful and some crazy.
Many students and parents - especially those from low- and moderate-income families - have felt the pain of forking over hundreds of dollars each semester for textbooks that are often underused and difficult to sell back.
Is your cell phone your soul mate? Do you PDA with your PDA? Does your text messaging bill exceed your phone bill?
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - Economics professor Rafael Robb will stand trial for first- and third-degree murder charges on Nov. 26, Montgomery County Judge Paul Tressler ruled on Monday.
Reports of a weak national economy could spell trouble for students receiving their diplomas next week - but Penn students will hopefully remain unscathed.
The Undergraduate Assembly released its end of the year report yesterday, detailing projects both near- and farsighted.
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After being elected last week as the next Undergraduate Assembly chairman, College junior Jason Karsh sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss life at the UA, goals for the year and girls with the new big man on campus.
The Social Planning and Events Committee elected its new executive board in a closed election on Monday night.
After five hours of debate and difficult questions last night, the Undergraduate Assembly elected its executive board for the 2007-2008 school year.
With a serendipitous calm before the year's biggest rainstorm, students across Penn put their license to Fling to good use.
Just like many students, the temperatures are likely to fall down this weekend.
The Nominations and Elections Committee elected its new leadership last night through an internal elections process.