From the moment they arrive on campus, Penn students dream of spending part of their college years in Paris, London or Madrid. Not many plan to spend time in a nearby country whose relationship with the United States has been marked by conflict for the past several decades.
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Sexual violence prevention was the hot button topic of the University Council meeting Wednesday afternoon.
President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced on Monday the appointment of Aviv Nevo as the University’s 17th Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor.
The Faculty Senate and the Campaign for Community are co-sponsoring a forum to discuss race and microaggressions in the classroom.
Mental wellness? There’s an app for that.
Sophomores, juniors and seniors may have experienced deja vu over winter break when they were encouraged to complete a pre-orientation module similar to the one that they completed as freshmen.
New sexual violence investigative officer has years of experience practicing domestic and sexual violence law
Veteran Philadelphia lawyer Deborah Harley is no stranger to navigating cases of sexual violence. Now, she is bringing her expertise to Penn.
Two Penn seniors and two alumni were named Schwarzman Scholars on Jan. 11, receiving admission to an all-expense-paid master's program in China.
Penn hired MaryFrances McCourt this week as the new vice president for finance and treasurer.
Philadelphia attorney Deborah Harley was appointed to the position of Penn Sexual Violence Investigative Officer after her predecessor, Christopher Mallios, left in November to become a judge of Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas. Mallios was elected in November 2015.
Penn admitted 23.2 percent of its early decision applicants this year, down a fraction of a percentage point from last year’s 24 percent admittance rate.
Last month, students at University of Missouri, Yale and a number of other colleges and universities across the country protested against structural racism at their institutions.
The sticker price of a Penn education has been steadily ticking upward. Tuition has risen as much as twice the rate of inflation in recent years, and experts don’t foresee any change.
Getting into law school this admissions cycle might be harder than it’s been in years.
Almost every student currently applying to Penn this year will have an alumnus reach out to them for an interview, but it wasn’t always this way.
Some students agonize over choosing a college, taking country-wide road trips to try to step foot on as many campuses as possible in search of the perfect fit.
It might already be a pain to make the trek from your high rise apartment to DRL in the morning, but imagine having to take a train to class.
A record-high 5,629 early decision applicants applied to Penn for the Class of 2020, up 140 applicants from last year.
The Economist released its first-ever college rankings on Thursday, and they're all about the money.
Penn students had to have stellar GPAs to get accepted into the University, but how much does college GPA affect landing a job after graduation?