Articles by Maddy Strohm
'Reach out, and someone will reach back': Messages cover love statue to honor Greg EellsThe all-day event was hosted by CogWell@Penn, a student group for active listening and suicide prevention.
Greek housing won’t be an option when sophomores are required to live on Penn’s campusAdministrators have confirmed that on-campus housing will not include chapter houses, despite Greek life leaders' recent efforts to change the policy.
Gutmann honors Eells at U.C. meeting Wednesday and urges students to spread resourcesPresident Amy Gutmann began the Sept. 11 meeting with a moment of silence for Greg Eells, the former executive director of of Counseling and Psychological Services, who died on Monday.
Penn rises to No. 6 in U.S. News & World Report university rankingPenn has been ranked number eight for the past three years. Now, the University shares the No. 6 spot with Stanford University and the University of Chicago.
Director Jazmyn Pulley leaves Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life after one school yearOFSL is currently without a director and is being temporarily led by Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs Tamara Greenfield King.
Penn institutes new policy for revoking degrees from graduatesThe policy, which was published in the Penn Almanac on Aug. 27, outlines the process for revoking any degree conferred at Penn.
Meet Penn's inaugural full-time employee for the first-gen., low-income communityHolmes is the first full-time coordinator of the FGLI Center since its creation in 2016. Her role will include working with student groups such as Penn First, Questbridge Scholars, and FGLIQ.
Thinking of rushing? Here's what you need to know about Greek life at PennPenn has 48 fraternities and sororities which are part of three larger groups — the Intercultural Greek Council, the Interfraternity Council, and the Panhellenic Council.
Dental School appoints Patricia Corby as associate dean for translational researchIn her new role at Penn, Corby will manage teams of researchers and look for new treatments for oral cancer and other health conditions,
This CIS professor has added diversity and mental health readings to his courseworkThis semester, CIS 350 professor Chris Murphy began assigning mandatory biweekly readings and discussion posts on diversity and wellness in the technology industry.
Students gather to reflect on diverse identities at Indigenous Latinx dinnerEvent organizers emphasized the need for spaces to talk about Indigenous identity at Penn beyond traditional Latinx campus groups.
Penn graduate Michael Avenatti indicted on 36 counts for stealing money from clientsIf found guilty on all charges, his sentence would represent a maximum of 335 years in prison, NPR reported.
Fintech leaders discuss the future of finance at Stevens Center opening eventPanelists discussed topics ranging from the definition and future of fintech to the role of cryptocurrency and platforms like Cash App in a changing financial scene.
GSE study finds many colleges give misleading information about their costs of attendanceThe research brief, released in March, found that many universities are not complying with regulations that require them to make net price calculators easily accessible on their websites.
Photo Essay | A front row seat to Penn's annual Drag ShowThis year’s Drag Show was free for all to attend as part of a larger effort by the QPenn organizing team to increase the accessibility of events.
QPenn week brings together LGBTQ groups on campus to celebrate 'Building Community'The theme of this year's QPenn ws "Building Community," and the student organizing board brought different LGBTQ organizations on-campus together.
Penn Dental introduces mobile lactation suite for mothers on the goThe lactation “pod,” manufactured by Mamava, is designed for one person use but has enough room for a mother with multiple children or a stroller.
Transgender activist Laverne Cox urges Penn to prioritize mental wellness at SPEC eventAt the event, Cox talked about a variety of topics ranging from her love of Beyonce to deeper questions about trauma, privilege, and her experience as a transgender women of color.
Wynn Resorts to pay $20 million fine for ignoring sexual misconduct allegationsWynn, a Penn graduate and donor, served on the University's Board of Trustees until 2004.