For the second time in less than two years, the Student Activities Council has issued a moratorium that will prevent new student groups from receiving recognition and funding.
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A wrongful death lawsuit accusing the University and Phi Kappa Sigma of failing to properly maintain a fraternity house holds traces of a similar suit that was settled less than a decade ago.
The parents of a John Carroll University student who died last year after suffering fatal injuries at a Phi Kappa Sigma New Year’s party have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Phi Kappa Sigma’s charter has been suspended by its national headquarters, the fraternity’s student leaders confirmed to The Daily Pennsylvanian Monday night.
The Social Planning and Events Committee and Class Boards are bringing a dose of energy to this year’s Skimmer Fest.
After pleading guilty to the attempted murder of 2004 College graduate Kevin Neary, Christopher Easter was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison following a lengthy court appearance Wednesday.
It’s late on a Wednesday night, and Orlando Fiol is sitting on a couch upstairs in the music room of his cluttered West Philadelphia home.
Penn President Amy Gutmann held her standing in the 2010 calendar year as one of the highest-paid presidents in the Ivy League, according to the University’s most recent tax filings.
Penn is among the top seven colleges for free speech in the nation, according to a report released Wednesday by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
The Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology announced a landmark agreement on Tuesday with the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism through which it will indefinitely loan a collection of 24 gold jewelry pieces to Turkey.
Michele Goldfarb is the new director of the Office of Student Conduct, the University announced Tuesday.
Penn’s online future has a new leader.
Penn plans to extend University President Amy Gutmann’s contract for five years, the Board of Trustees announced in a statement Tuesday morning.
Less than 24 hours after it was made public that Vice Dean of the Graduate School of Education Doug Lynch had made false claims about having a doctoral degree, Lynch resigned from his position at Penn.
In the midst of its 125th anniversary, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology will soon be welcoming new leadership on board.
Following a probe into falsified claims about a doctoral degree, Penn has placed Vice Dean of the Graduate School of Education Doug Lynch on administrative leave, the University announced late Wednesday.
Following hazing activities, Penn’s Gamma Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi has voted to relinquish its charter as a University-recognized fraternity, Office of Student Affairs/Fraternity Sorority Life Director Scott Reikofski wrote in an email statement Friday afternoon.