On the heels of a series of broad changes to Penn’s practices governing alcohol use, the University announced Wednesday afternoon that it will be forming a new commission to study the impact of alcohol on student safety.
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In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Penn President Amy Gutmann has become the latest in a slew of university leaders urging the federal government to do more to promote gun control, calling the problem of gun violence a “scourge of American life.”
The parents of Matthew Crozier, a former John Carroll University student who died in January 2011 following a fatal fall at Penn’s Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity house, received more than $3 million in a wrongful death settlement.
A year after producing two winners, Penn saw no Marshall Scholarship recipients this year, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships announced Monday.
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Classes and University operations on Monday and Tuesday have been canceled due to the predicted severity of Hurricane Sandy, Penn announced in a campus-wide email Sunday morning.
It’s a Friday evening in mid-September, and a crowd is gathering outside the Diamond Club entrance at Citizens Bank Park in South Philadelphia.
Penn announced Wednesday that father-and-son philanthropists Joel and William Smilow have made the largest capital donation to date in the University’s “Making History” fundraising campaign.
The Penn community is using the recent death of Charles “Larry” Moses as an opportunity to reflect upon his past 16 years of service to the University.
The Penn community is mourning the loss of Charles “Larry” Moses, program coordinator for the Office of Student Affairs/Fraternity Sorority Life.
Now that it has formally approved a new pilot governing alcohol use on campus, the University is turning its attention to the rollout of the program.
On the heels of a formal approval by Penn, the Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed a resolution late Sunday night endorsing a new pilot program that will set more relaxed standards for the use of alcohol at on-campus, registered events.
The University has approved a new pilot program that will set more relaxed standards for the use of alcohol at on-campus, registered events.