SPOC is working to mobilize college students in the Philadelphia area against the plans for a new 76ers arena in Chinatown.
The new COVID-19-related policy has impacted international students at Penn and their plans to return home over winter break.
The forum, which was held in Irvine Auditorium, featured nine easels with large notepads where attendees were encouraged to answer questions from Penn President Liz Magill.
The flooding principally affected the eighth and ninth floors in Harnwell and the 11th and 12th floors in Harrison.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five members of the Class of 2027 about their backgrounds and what they are looking forward to the most this fall.
Penn Admissions’s announcement, released today on its blog, represents a continuation of the policies first implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outside of the classroom, Campbell was a contributing reporter for the The Daily Pennsylvanian where he worked in the sports department.
The Penn community navigated a changing University administration, campus renovations, and student protests this year.
Penn community members protested University's role in gentrification around West Philadelphia.
Beginning the spring semester with remote learning and double-masking, Penn students returned in the fall to pre-pandemic levels of restriction.
Located on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut Streets, the restaurant accompanies The Study, a hotel chain marketed towards academic visitors.
The new building, which is expected to be completed in 2026, will be eleven stories and house the company headquarters, additional office spaces, and 136 apartments, including a penthouse level.
The Mitchell Scholarship accepted only 12 students out of 306 applicants this year, and Balasubramanian will pursue a master’s degree in philosophy at Trinity College Dublin.
Workshops for money resolutions and goal-setting will take place in January, followed by tax workshops and budgeting tips in February.
This semester, the Nominations Elections Committee brought on its first Black chair and the Social Planning and Events Committee is currently led by its first Black female president.
This election marks was the country's fourth general election in two years.
The idea first stemmed from a desire to provide gender-affirming products like binders and shapewear to Penn students.
The event asks participants to create a food-based representation of a book that is important to them.
A total of 4,235 undergraduates filled out the Marriage Pact this year.
Elise Scioscia will head PVP beginning Dec. 7, according to a University press release.