Without an active search for a permanent Indigenous studies coordinator to replace Margaret Bruchac, students are raising concerns about Penn's commitment to the program.
Weisberg has worked in various capacities at PWH since 2020, including serving as a Senior Faculty Fellow, Global Climate Policy Lead, and Director of Post-Graduate Programs.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with students and alumni to look back on the initial uproar, and to understand how their thinking on the name change might have evolved since then.
Jared Taylor’s scheduled return to Amy Wax’s seminar comes as Penn remains silent on whether it will sanction Wax.
The letter was addressed to President Liz Magill, Provost John L. Jackson, Jr., and College Houses and Academic Services Senior Director for Housing Operations Lulu Kaliher.
Other changes to the Penn application in recent years include the introduction of the gratitude prompt to the supplemental essays in 2022.
Penn First Plus has encouraged faculty to list their courses in the Penn Bookstore to help the University's financial aid office collect a more accurate estimate of the cost of educational supplies.
Community organizers demand more transparency following new evidence from an online photo sharing site from a public event hosted in 2014.
In the memorandum, Williams voiced his concern that allowing legacy admissions at Pennsylvania universities would violate the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding affirmative action.
PAACH welcomed new director Mei Long on July 3, filling a vacancy created after the abrupt departure of former Director Peter Van Do in September 2022.
“Definitely focus on the card in front of you, but don’t lose sight of the brilliant array of cards around you,” Penn President Liz Magill said.
As the new school year starts, here are five of Penn’s leaders whose names you will hear often.
The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered a list of five administrators who recently assumed, or will soon be assuming, new roles within the University this fall.
According to Gutmann's ethics disclosures, the loan was issued at the October 2020 federal mid-term rate of 0.38% and has a term of nine years.
Fierceton, a 2021 School of Social Policy & Practice graduate and 2020 College graduate, filed a lawsuit in 2022 alleging the University's discrediting details of her upbringing and the unjust withholding of her master's degree.
Horowitz has been on leave from his positions at Penn since April 2022.
Provost John Jackson Jr. announced Quinn's appointment, which took effect Aug. 1.
An increased benefit for commuters will take effect on Sept. 1, offering faculty and staff who use public transportation a 50% discount.
The change in location, announced to student leaders through email, was attributed to ongoing campus construction.
Penn community members share their reactions to the Supreme Court's rejection of affirmative action, and discuss what a Penn without race-conscious admissions might look like.