For the first time, flights on University business will include a Climate Impact Offset fee which will be charged to the relevant school or center.
These new partnerships have been added over the past two years, some immediately before and several during the COVID-19 pandemic.
1997 Wharton graduate Wendy Holman, her husband Wayne Holman, and their family donated the multimillion dollar gift to Penn to rename the library and fund its upkeep.
The event, which was held at Parkway Central Library and Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, centered around a theme of “Translating Science.”
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to upperclassmen and faculty who offered three main pieces of advice for first-year students.
The Daily Pennsylvanian made a list of fun classes with low difficulty ratings that are scheduled for next spring.
Events will be largely in-person with several remote options and take place from Nov. 11 to 13.
The change will serve to accommodate the decrease in housing capacity for first-year students due to the upcoming Quad renovations.
Performing arts groups at Penn often have rehearsal schedules throughout the semester that range from 6 to 20 hours a week.
Founded almost 20 years ago, PSO has a mission to broaden the understanding and awareness of the Sikh religion and heritage in the Penn community.
This suspension, which began Nov. 7, follows one report of a student being sexually assaulted and reports of several others being drugged at off-campus houses associated with the fraternities.
The events, held from Oct. 17 to Oct. 21, featured alumni and real-world professionals who have experience working in careers centered around international issues.
Schools are ranked based on the number of alumni entrepreneurs who have founded companies that received a first round of venture funding within the last 10 years.
The reading of “Translation of the Lilies Back into Lists” will be held in the KWH Arts Cafe on Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a reception.
The celebration started with a religious ceremony and an introduction by HJA's spirituality chair, followed by catered Indian food, while a DJ played a mix of Bollywood and English music.
Students told the DP that they feel mobility items, including electric scooters and bikes, make heavily trafficked routes like Locust Walk more dangerous.
The screening of "Wanted: Shades of Life" will be held in Fisher-Bennett Hall at 6 p.m. on Nov. 8 followed by a live question and answer session with the filmmaker Sanadtkumar Ganesan.
Shapiro told the DP he believes people's rights "are on the line" in this gubernatorial election.
The decision to create virtual, flexible education options comes in the wake of decreased enrollment in MBA programs, hesitations about the cost of education, and a competitive job market.
At the performance, 16 songwriters in the club will perform original songs from a variety of genres that club members have collaborated on during weekly meetings throughout the semester.