Veterans rally for more resources, but Penn hesitates with the demands.
Several Ivy peers are more open about how they punish sexual assault.
The 5B -- the five different umbrella coalitions which represent minority groups -- recently held elections for their new executive boards.
The Perelman School of Medicine and the March of Dimes Foundation announced the launch of a new center to study premature births.
Supporters of the Student Labor Action Project gathered at College Hall to formally ask President Gutmann to give 0.1 percent of Penn’s annual budget to the City of Philadelphia public school system.
The University launched the 24/7 HELP line on Monday morning.
Last year, Penn Police made only 29 arrests for the illegal consumption of alcohol within the Penn Patrol Zone.
Career Services launched a new webpage specifically for veteran students last week.
Penn will participate in the Association of American Universities' sexual assault climate survey when it is released in April 2015, Penn President Amy Gutmann said.
The AAU, of which Gutmann is chair, has contracted with a national research firm called Westat to design and administer the survey, which will measure the frequency and characteristics of campus sexual assault and sexual harassment across institutions, to as many of its member universities that choose to participate.
The AAU is a nonprofit organization consisting of 60 leading United States and Canadian research universities.
Three reported incidents related to hot water occurred in Rodin College House this fall, the most recent of which ended on Nov. 12.
The School of Nursing has 95 undergraduate advising faculty members.
Fifteen Title IX complaints were filed against Penn since 2002, although federal officials did not find against the University in any of the cases.
The new director of the Office of Student Conduct wants to become the face of discipline at Penn.
University of Pennsylvania Student Veteran Association opened an online petition on the Veteran Day last week.
Penn President Amy Gutmann is the chair of the AAU.
While the concept of innovation might evoke images of computers, start-ups and engineers, it increasingly impacts faculty in all disciplines at Penn.
President Amy Gutmann will be honored Wednesday for Penn's successful partnership with the American Defamation League.
It was Maureen Rush’s fifth week on the job as a Philadelphia police officer, and she was already in a standoff with a drug addict.
With the establishment of a new investigatory office for sexual assault, students will take a step back from the disciplinary process — a changed that has sparked controversy throughout the country.
The University has named Julie Lyzinski Nettleton as the new permanent director of the Office of Student Conduct.