The new program allows walk-ins from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday at the Career Services office inside the McNeil Building.
The new court will feature two parts, with a subfloor and a maple hardwood floor on the top, designed to reduce knee and joint injuries.
A number of banks now prefer digital interviews through online interviewing services such as HireVue.
Students will be able to earn points from ordering on the app and completing “challenges" that include rating the application on the App Store and adding a profile picture. Students can then use the points to enter into different contests with prizes, like free Dining Dollars.
The new rabbis met with students and staff during the summer and began their roles in late August.
New College House was renamed Lauder College House Thursday afternoon, after a major donation from the Lauder family.
The goal of RP@Penn is in part to decide cases that are in violation of the code of student conduct and use restorative practices to help resolve disputes in student groups.
College Republicans, Government and Politics Association, and Penn Democrats are preparing for the buildup to the 2020 elections.
The app was initially envisioned by Wharton junior and UA Wharton representative John Casey, who was motivated by his own experiences to improve the club recruitment process.
Here are some of the main student centers to explore during your time on Penn's campus.
Penn Book Center owners sent out an email on May 24 notifying community members that they reached an agreement with the University to stay open through the summer.
Penn President Amy Gutmann gave the opening speech for the ceremony after 2019 College graduate Shiv Nadkarni performed the national anthem.
Although the high rise field is now closed off for the construction of New College House West, Penn's record-breaking $163 million new dorm, Class Board leaders said it will not affect the long standing tradition.
At noon, people gathered in front of the Button for the first day of the week-long protest, which calls on Penn to help save the bookstore.
At the event, nine graduating seniors talked about failures, insecurities, and adversities they have faced at Penn. The event was hosted by student group The Signal.
The Penn activist groups distributed flyers from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. around locations near Irvine Auditorium, Houston Hall and on Locust Walk. Meanwhile, a teach-in occurred at noon at the Perelman Quadrangle steps.
On April 8, store owners Ashley Montague and Michael Row announced that Penn Book Center will shut its doors after nearly 60 years of business.
An all-time high of $2,647,878.64 will be allocated to UA funded groups — which include the other five branches of student government, Medical Emergency Response Team, and Penn Labs — for the upcoming academic year.
SHS will provide free booster vaccines to Penn's at-risk students.
Students can opt not to receive the vaccine if it threatens their health or if their religious or philosophical beliefs prohibit immunizations.