Articles by Lily Zandi
Penn is about to implement a campus-wide firewall to protect against cyberattacksThis is the the most comprehensive form of cyber protection Penn has ever implemented.
Breaking down the cost of New Student OrientationAt the start of every year, Penn welcomes first-year students with a packed orientation filled with five days of of educational programming and elaborate festivities.
Clinton and Trump have wildly different ideas about how to tackle student debtDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both cited college tuition and student debt as issues they intend to address during their presidencies if elected.
The Penn Bookstore is introducing a new program to gain a competitive edge over online booksellersThe Penn Bookstore will refund students who find required course textbooks at a lower price online.
Greek Week events bring together campus groups for social events, educational programsAt other institutions like Pennsylvania State University, Greek Week is a series of competitive events and games.
RealArts@Penn program provides students with an alternative to OCRSince 2007, RealArts@Penn through the Kelly Writer's House creates a means through which a student of any college can be connected with internships in the entertainment, journalism and publishing fields.
Members of Greek life gather to foster a culture of inclusivityAttendees have the opportunity to speak about a range of relevant topics including body image, socioeconomic status and sexual identity.
Fraternities 'compete' in Vagina Monologues attendanceThe chapter that donates the most to V-Day will be able to co-host a downtown with Castle and OAX.
Debunking the 'brothel law' mythContrary to the rumor that has circulated around college campuses for decades, the “brothel law” is not the reason why sororities at other universities are forbidden from providing housing for their members.
Despite delay, fraternity rush proceeds relatively smoothlyIFC members and chapter presidents were afraid that the delay would give a leg up to off-campus organizations.
Questions about Penn's hiring practices loom after Greek life admin. faked credentialsJones claimed to have earned a doctorate after being employed by Penn, but it is still unclear how the University failed to notice his deception.
No sign of AXO as OAX recruits new pledge classAlpha Chi Omega has made no tangible steps toward recolonizing since the vast majority of its members deactivated to join OAX last spring.
Treating mental health by beginning with resident advisorsWhen students, especially freshmen, struggle with mental health, it's often their Residential Advisors who are the first line of help.
Greek life admin. 'no longer employed' by PennAn email from the Division of VPUL confirmed his exit from an administrative role in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
U. investigates potentially false claims by OFSL admin.Doubt over Jones’ academic credentials arose after Onward State retracted a Jan. 14 article about Jones’ visit to Penn State.
OAX raises $20,400 for domestic violence shelterOAX donated to Women Against Abuse, a center that helps victims of domestic abuse.
Delayed fraternity open rush could have consequences for recruitmentThe change was made to avoid overlap between fraternity open rush and sorority recruitment.
Leaving Greek life when it's almost overAfter three years of paying tuition, some seniors view their Greek life dues to be a disposable expense.
How one student chose Penn over the OlympicsCollege junior Kiri Baga lives two exceptional lives: one as a world class figure skater and another as an Ivy league undergraduate.