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.
After debating between social media platforms with DAB members and his children, the dean decided on Snapchat — and signed up as "sniegowskisnaps."
In a letter, the Asian American Coalition for Education called on the Common App to "stop the practice of subdividing Asian American applicants into 10 subcategories."
GET-UP member and education PhD student Miranda Weinberg said the group has been waiting three times as long as it usually takes to have their petition processed.
Close to 70 students who were told that they could move into a new building at 4046 Chestnut St. in August have been shuttled from one temporary location to another.
“There are those who say that it is either peace or security,” Tzipi Livni said. “We can have both. It is peace and security.”
The survey showed that in a potential match-up between the two politicians, Biden would lead Trump 46 to 35 percent.
In a "raw and emotional" talk, Biden discussed the 2015 death of his son to cancer as well as the deaths of his wife and daughter in 1972.
20-year-old Matthew Ellis has become the fourth fraternity pledge to die this year.
Despite statements from administrators, student accounts, along with data from off-campus housing facilities, suggest that there isn't an increasing demand for on-campus housing.
Multiple students have reported incidents of halal food at Kings Court English House being cooked with cooking wine, which is not permissible under the rules of halal.
“Mental health is not just an issue for black students and students of color, but there are unique ways in which it impacts them,” said Alfiee Breland-Noble, a panelist at the conference.
Nearly a year after the group was launched in January, organizers have enlisted over 100 professionals for their mentorship program.
Penn's on-campus market Gourmet Grocer began stocking products from the student-run company "Ninth Street Jerky" on Nov. 12.
The Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold rose to national prominence during the 2016 presidential campaign for a series of investigative articles on Trump's charitable giving.
“We are emphatically opposed to this tax proposal," said Graduate and Professional Student Assembly President Miles Owen.
“There is a vacuum of information that is just not there, that the media continues to fill with misinformation,” third-year Penn Law student Akbar Hossain said.
On Oct. 28, Penn Police arrested a man affiliated to Penn at Hill College House for underage drinking and issued him a citation.
The conference sought to address gender inequality in Pennsylvania's elected offices, which recently received a grade of "F" in the Representation 2020 Gender Parity Index.
"I also realized that money was important in health care if you did it right. So I came to a campus that was truly integrated in every way," said Mehmet Oz.