A Penn graduate student filed a class action lawsuit against the University on April 30, demanding tuition and fee refunds for the remainder of the spring semester after on-campus operations shut down in March.
Many professors had to change the format of their final exams to accommodate for students’ varying time zones, lack of proctoring methods, and other at-home difficulties.
Social distancing and travel restrictions have forced in-person fieldwork and research to a standstill, and universities' nationwide hiring freezes are making it harder to secure a job in academia.
Canceled seasons meant canceled Senior Nights, and the spring sports teams missed out on the opportunity to honor the players who had dedicated four years to their respective teams.
Here’s how all eight Ivy League universities are using — or not using — their CARES funding.
March 11, 2020 marked a significant change in the lives of the Penn community. Campus transitioned from a place that housed over thousands of diverse, tight-knit communities of people to a desolated, eerie world.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, members of the Penn community find themselves quarantined across the globe. Here are their views.
As a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the NCAA Division I Council voted on Monday to grant spring-sport athletes an extension of their eligibility period.
Shock and disbelief swept through Penn's student-athletes, coaches, and training staff this week as the Ivy League announced its cancellation of the spring sports season due to coronavirus.
The course, titled “Epidemics, Natural Disasters, and Geopolitics: Managing Global Business and Financial Uncertainty,” will run for six weeks starting March 25.
The decision was made unanimously by the Ivy League presidents and affects both practices and competitions.