Curry's presidential opponent, current UA Treasurer Natasha Menon, and UA President Michael Krone confirmed that funds went toward a social event, but said the UA did not violate any rules.
The exhibit, "Memory Keepers: Why Objects Matter," was curated by College junior Megan McKelvey and College seniors Malkia Okech and Madison Greiner.
The research brief, released in March, found that many universities are not complying with regulations that require them to make net price calculators easily accessible on their websites.
Temple plans to have the new policy instituted by July 1, with full implementation at the start of the school year in September 2019.
On March 25, The Daily Pennsylvanian took a deep dive into Krone’s daily life and what keeps him busy, whether it’s giving a tour for Kite and Key, meeting with various leaders on campus to discuss pertinent issues, or simply checking up on emails and staying up to date with classes.
The candidates at the town hall, co-hosted by the Penn Government and Politics Association (GPA), Penn Democrats, and College Republicans, included Democrats, Republicans, and independents.
In his new book, Wharton professor Kartik Hosanagar examines the increasing influence of algorithms over daily decisions from shopping to dating.
Mirroring Monday night’s presidential debate, the candidates agreed on broad policy goals but diverged on whether or not prior experience on the UA executive board is necessary to execute the responsibilities of vice president.
The new "Eat & Greets" program is part of an initiative to improve mental wellness and encourage students to meet new people.
Jeramy Botwe, a high school senior from Texas, was accepted into all eight Ivy League schools. Botwe's father is originally from Ghana and came to the United States as a teenager.
This year’s Drag Show was free for all to attend as part of a larger effort by the QPenn organizing team to increase the accessibility of events.
The presidential candidates will debate a second time on Tuesday night, which will immediately be followed by a vice presidential debate. The ongoing voting period, which started Monday, will end Thursday at 5 p.m.
If legalized, electric scooters could represent a fun and safe mode of transportation that alleviates Philadelphia's congestion problem, Engineering professor and transportation expert Megan Ryerson said.
This is the first election cycle affected by a Fair Practices Code amendment passed by the NEC in February which bans candidates from approaching potential voters with laptops or other devices used for voting.
Penn, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Brown, and Dartmouth all saw their lowest admission rates in history – with four of the schools dipping below 6 percent.
91 percent of the 1,200 members of the College’s union, the Faculty and Staff Federation of Community College of Philadelphia, voted in favor of a strike in February 2019.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to some students who were admitted to the Class of 2023 on March 28. Here are their stories.
Engineering sophomore Majesty Uwagerikpe, who held another position on the IFC executive board, is now IFC's first Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion.
Penn First Graduate Association held their first annual community discussion and dinner for first-generation, low-income graduate students.
On March 16, on the 2900 block of Market Street, at about 1:00 p.m., the complainant reported being approached by a group of juveniles. One punched him in the head and pulled his chain off from around his neck.