The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Rob Nelson, Executive Director for Academic Technology & Planning, on March 24, who shared five tips for navigating Path@Penn.
In this year's competition, there are over 200 participants ranging from high school to graduate students from 14 countries and more than 90 schools.
From 7 p.m. on March 5 to 7 p.m. on March 6, club members streamed games on Twitch
The rise in cases is likely due to an eased masking requirements, the new BA.2 variant, and social activities, according to the University statement.
On March 22, the district announced the Facilities Planning Process, a plan to renovate Philadelphia school buildings and meet students' educational needs with community input.
Nakamitsu and O’Keefe’s event focused on three main aspects of the space age: space debris, space technology and development, and power competition in space.
Hanson and Perlman's donation will be used to support curriculum development and delivery, workshops, research, and even offer financial support for University graduates.
At the town hall, representatives from the 4B discussed the pros and cons of moving the cultural centers, and students shared their thoughts on the proposal.
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé told The Daily Pennsylvanian that the decision was implemented following consultations with “student and faculty stakeholders on campus.”
In 2021, the Division of Public Safety issued a total of 67 UPennAlerts, up from 58 alerts in 2020 and 34 in 2019.
The decision arrives in response to a nationwide shift toward later school start times in order to accommodate teenage sleep patterns and enhance academic performance
The bridge — which crosses the Schuylkill River, connecting Center City to University City and West Philadelphia — first closed its traffic in early August 2019
Bay’s book, "Traveling Black: A Story of Race and Resistance," tells the history of how discrimination in transportation conflicted with Black Americans’ fight for civil rights.
The rate — which was on the rise earlier this year — fell to a record low of 20 carjackings in the week of March 9 to March 16.
While some students are excited about a return to normalcy, other students still have concerns for at-risk populations who are much more vulnerable to infection.
The three institutions will purchase over 15,600 monthly passes for $140 each and distribute them to employees in the hopes of increasing riding rates back to pre-pandemic levels.
The concert is set to take place in Penn Park on April 8 at 8 p.m., followed by the Daytime Fling event the next day, on April 9.
Faculty and staff will be competing in teams of four to 12 players at the Gimbel Gym at Pottruck Health & Fitness Center from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
In December 2021, the Philadelphia Council passed a bill that permanently legalized streeteries in certain areas across the city
The Court selected the map, known as the Carter plan, for its “least-change” approach, preserving many elements of the current congressional map.