The second floor mezzanine area will be totally renovated to provide a location for alcohol sales. Beer and wine will only be able to be purchased at this location.
Despite student concerns that the new mental health recommendations do not have an established timeline for implementation, members of the task force said at Wednesday's University Council meeting that setting a timeline was not their responsibility.
On Wednesday evening, Penn alumna Feminista Jones spoke at the Kelly Writers House’ Feminism/s series.
On a holiday traditionally spent with family—with firecrackers, fish, and red envelopes— Penn students who celebrate the Lunar New Year have found new ways to mark the day.
Two seniors are vying to save nonprofits thousands of dollars.
Penn’s mental health task force recommendations have provoked students to question whether the administration is taking the right steps to promote mental wellness at all.
Ryan Keytack left to become director of Four-Year Houses & Residential Programs at Penn.
For seniors who may have regrets about their first week of college, the Class Board 2015 is letting them do it “NSOver Again.”
Created in the wake of six student suicides in 15 months, the Task Force on Student Psychological Health and Welfare released its final report on Tuesday.
While half of the Ivy League, with Harvard most recently joining the ranks, rely on strictly defined policies to enforce sexual misconduct regulations, Penn’s 20-year-old policy lets social norms do the work.
The Pope is likely to visit either a children's hospital or a juvenile prison while in the City of Brotherly Love.
The idea of Black History Month does not sit well with some black students at Penn. While the holiday is meant to be a celebration of black history, these students contend there are negative implications of having a separate month to applaud the African-American narrative.
The Nominations & Elections Committee is currently looking for mis- and/or under-represented student groups to sit on the University Council.
Although males outnumber females in the Vagelos Molecular Life Sciences program by 18 percent, few see need for change.
We’re embarrassed to admit that we can’t handle our alcohol. No one wants to be the person who can’t go out. Nobody wants to ask for help.
Credit requirements for dual degree programs and compensation for nontransferable credits taken abroad drive students to stay on campus past the traditional four years.
Fraternities are not guilt-free of partaking in the culture of excessive drinking and sexual misconduct, but we cannot expect to lay sanctions on them alone and consider the issue resolved. It is all too easy to lay the blame on the highly visible Greek societies that seem to dominate the social and party scene, but they are only part of the problem, not the problem itself.
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Financial Aid Director Joel Carstens said that students borrow because "it's available to them."
This semester, Penn Benjamins will focus on training counselors through the CAPS curriculum. The group will begin counseling students next fall.