Articles by Harry Trustman

12/06/17 10:52pm
"I rebuffed him, but he continued to press his case and tried to touch me," Penner told The Stanford Daily. "I continued to say no and asked him to leave."
12/02/17 8:02pm
For the 2018 academic year, the Recreation Fee was eliminated and included under the General Fee category for the first time.
11/29/17 1:11am
Penn will become the first Ivy League institution to offer this coding course in partnership with Trilogy Education Services, a New York startup.
11/19/17 9:04pm
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."
11/15/17 8:58pm
The University received 6,731 applications, a 9.5 percent increase from last year's record-breaking number of 6,147 applications.
11/09/17 4:29am
Other schools like Yale and Cornell have also extended early admissions deadlines for students affected by natural disasters.
11/03/17 9:49pm
Of the seven planned food stands, five have been confirmed: Goldie, Pitruco Pizza, Kensington Quarters, Little Baby's Ice Cream, and The Juice Merchant Juicery and Café. 
11/02/17 8:56pm
The woman who punched Nursing sophomore Heidi Chiu was taken into custody by Penn Police officers.
11/02/17 2:47am
"Our non-profit membership association has spent several million dollars defending itself against these frivolous claims by a for-profit, privately-held company."
10/28/17 4:21am
 "Administrators do care about these rankings," said English professor Nancy Bentley, who signed the petition calling on the USNWR to alter its ranking criteria. 
10/26/17 4:48am
The company has promised more than $5 billion in investments and 50,000 jobs for the city that wins the bid for its second headquarters. 
10/21/17 2:27am
The group wrote that the definition of “underrepresented black students” should apply only to those whose families have been in the United States for more than two generations.
10/17/17 10:10pm
This event is the first of its kind that students have seen. It comes after four Penn students have died in the span of two months. 
10/15/17 10:46pm
Dean of Admissions Eric Furda was on the organization's board of directors when it first received this legal complaint.
10/15/17 7:57pm
A freshman who applied to the University of Rochester as a home-school student was recently expelled for falsifying her transcript. 
10/08/17 9:23pm
Hayley Geftman-Gold, a top lawyer at CBS who graduated from the College in 1997, was fired after posting on Facebook that she wasn't sympathetic for victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
10/02/17 1:24am
Some higher education experts said the new platform may just add to the list of things prospective students have to do, instead of easing the admissions process.  
09/14/17 3:00pm
DeVos' announcement came just days after the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education  gave Penn a failing grade for protecting due process in cases of sexual assault. 
09/12/17 5:26pm
In the 2017 ranking, Penn tied with Duke University for the eighth spot, but Duke dropped to No. 9 this year.
08/31/17 2:47am
Sixteen percent of Penn undergraduates are legacies. That's more than the percentage of black students or first-generation students. 
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