Topics discussed included Penn’s open expression guidelines, disciplinary actions against students, and the University’s responses to antisemitism and Islamophobia.
Students and recent alumni can submit their idea for a screenplay or TV pilot, competing for the opportunity to pitch directly to influential producers within the entertainment industry.
The exhibition, which marks Thomas' debut in Philadelphia, will be on view from Feb. 17 to May 21, 2024.
The publication operates as a literary outlet for Black students to share their thoughts and work.
College first year Akash Verma established the Startup Initiative Foundation this year to provide Penn students with the opportunity to engage with start-ups in Philadelphia.
Ciaccio formerly served as Senior Director for Academic and Residential Programs and succeeds Karu Kozuma, who now serves as Vice Provost for University Life.
The Quakers faced off against the Millersville Marauders, a division rival and the top-seeded team entering tournament play.
"The Complaint sweeps through decades of unconnected alleged incidents in search of a narrative," University and WilmerHale attorneys wrote in Penn's first response to the lawsuit since it was filed last December.
Students voiced frustration about clubs prioritizing personal connections and technical abilities.
“We never received a notification of the meter having issues, and no one ever reported the outage,” the PECO spokesperson said.
Many of the impacted students moved to the Sheraton and Sansom Place West while repairs are in process.
Vice Provost for University Life Karu Kozuma and Dean Erika James notified the Wharton community of Rajagopal's death in an email sent on Jan. 24.
Roberts was honored at the Martin Luther King Social Justice lecture and awards ceremony, which took place in the Zellerbach Theater on Jan. 23.
The most recent concerns come one year after two Penn Dining locations were found to have violated city health code.
The student confirmed that the investigation pertains to the placement of stickers relating to the Freedom School for Palestine.
The event was part of the Katz Center’s new lecture series this semester, entitled “Jews and the University: Antisemitism, Admissions, Academic Freedom.”
While the new location will not change the dining hall’s current menu, the market will no longer be available.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Executive Director of Design and Construction at Facilities and Real Estate Services Chris Kern to discuss the progress of the University's various construction and renovation projects on campus.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with current seniors to speak about what they wished they knew before living off-campus.
Of the students placed on the waitlist, approximately 500 are rising juniors and 300 are rising seniors.