Penn's modifications to the dining plan program do nothing to address the problems underpinning the structure of the program.
We’re pleased with the smaller size of the waitlist for Penn’s Class of 2015 — down from 3,500 students two years ago to 2,400 this year.
As a sequel to our 2011 State of the Union Drinking Game, here’s another drinking game to make your daily perusal of the ‘DP’ a little more exciting.
On April 4, the DP published an editorial based on incorrect data. The article has been retracted.
The Daily Pennsylvanian announces its endorsements for Undergraduate Assembly president and vice president.
Presidential and vice presidential hopefuls write about their visions for student government, what they can offer the student body and why you should vote for them.
Although Denzel Washington's conspicuous connection to the University may give pause to some, he is an admirable choice for commencement speaker.
A federal mandate commendably aims to give families a better sense of the overall costs of college, but its method for achieving the goal is misguided.
The organizers of Alternate Spring Break should be more active in fostering civic engagement and continuing the dialogue after the trips end.
Taglio will be replaced by the Asian-inspired TBowl, which we hope has more luck than the other eateries that have occupied 3716 Spruce St.
Before the University pressures McDonald’s to move out, it must establish a late-night, on-campus alternative dining option.
Thanks to the UPennAlert notifications on Tuesday, the Penn community knew exactly what was happening and what to do to keep safe.
Prohibiting prospective HUP employees from smoking on their own time and in their own homes is an unjust intrusion.
While we understand that many students passionately disagree with Newt Gingrich, the ways in which some expressed their dissent were unacceptable.
Making the dining plan options more flexible would rule out one reason students give for stealing food from Houston Market.
We commend PennApps Lab for successfully tapping into the talent pool of capable student developers and providing a valuable service to the University community.
While we cannot judge the veracity of SLAP's claims against HEI, we hope that Penn keeps the decision process for the petition open and provides a transparent justification for its verdict.
While we understand the need to cut spending, the Pell Grant Program is necessary to ensure that education remains accessible to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
We encourage the students of Philadelphia’s colleges and universities to be open to greater collaboration and to help transform Philadelphia into a true college town.
The number of recipients of prestigious scholarships who are associated with the University will continue to fluctuate, but Penn’s reputation as a superb academic institution will remain stable.