Student Life

11/29/17 7:05pm
For the first time, faculty members, alumni, and staff on campus were invited to host students for meals during their Thanksgiving breaks. 
11/29/17 5:25pm
Registration for classes re-opened on Nov. 29. If trends from previous years are any indication, hundreds of students will work to get into a Computer Science course of some kind.
11/29/17 2:27am
Sanders was one of four people who received a write-in vote for the position of the judge of elections for the ninth division of the Fifth Ward. 
11/29/17 12:25am
Experts have suggested that this dip in numbers is associated with the rise of President Donald Trump, who has implemented a range of controversial immigration reform policies. 
11/28/17 5:55am
Not only does the process to become an RA or GA start months before students take on the role, the application can consist of several rounds of interviews.
11/28/17 5:29am
Not all courses in the History Department count towards the History and Tradition sector, and no calculus courses actually satisfy the Natural Sciences and Mathematics sector.
11/28/17 4:42am
This year, over 15,000 people applied or were nominated for consideration for the Forbes lists, placing the “acceptance” rate at less than four percent.
11/28/17 12:14am
Police told Fox News that the woman walked into the bank with her walker and pulled out a revolver before demanding $400 from employees. 
11/27/17 2:32am
“This is a tax plan to help GOP donors and really, really really, really, rich people, while screwing over everyone else in the process,” said Penn Dems President Rachel Pomerantz.
11/27/17 1:06am
In early November, College junior Chris Harrison and Wharton junior Michael Beavers affiliated with Phi Beta Sigma Inc. 
11/26/17 11:55pm
“I got rejected after a six-hour-long audition from a selective group that was the only way I could pursue that passion [for improv comedy] before PIS came along." 
11/26/17 11:01pm
Some residential programs have fewer participants than their stipulated capacity while others have an acceptance rate of as low as 30 percent. 
11/26/17 9:42pm
Called "Squirrels Without Morality," the meme-based card game is meant to be "a light-hearted medium for students to laugh at the absurdity of Penn's culture." 
11/26/17 4:45pm
Penn said the name of the dorm would be temporary, but NCH has yet to receive a new one. Now, a new building near the west end of campus is being named New College House West.
11/25/17 7:20pm
In several announcements throughout November, the Trump administration has left tens of thousands of migrants from El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Haiti with just months to leave the country. 
11/21/17 4:42am
Penn seniors Adnan Zikri Jaafar and Christopher D’Urso bring the number of Rhodes Scholars from Penn to 26. 
11/21/17 2:29am
"The book, in a way, challenges the notion of Penn Face because it really conveys students’ raw feelings and lets other people know it’s okay to be vulnerable."
11/20/17 2:06am
"[T]here's already a bit of tension between what the DA says he wants and what the police department say they want," said political science professor Marc Meredith. 
11/20/17 1:03am
Theater Arts and English lecturer David Fox said that alhough he has seen many students write plays, this is the first fully-developed musical that he has seen from a student. 
11/20/17 12:40am
The two-day conference featured speeches from Penn President Amy Gutmann, Provost Wendell Pritchett, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda, and Netter Center Founding Director Ira Harkavy.