Articles by Rebecca Lieberman

08/23/17 11:00am
Some students don't mind homework over the summer if it lightens the workload during the semester. 
06/13/17 3:44am
College freshman Elizabeth Luhnow described the “amazing relationships” she formed on PennQuest. “A lot of the people I met I probably would not have met otherwise,” she said. “I would 100% recommend PennQuest. I would not let a sibling come to Penn without doing it."
04/25/17 12:22am
Penn State University fraternity Sigma Alpha Mu has been suspended for two years after violating restrictions on alcohol use. 
04/20/17 11:15pm
Postdoctoral fellow Jason Diaz said he believes the Trump administration's budget proposal, which was released last month, convinced many people to take part in the march.
04/20/17 2:44am
Director of college preparation group One-Stop College Counseling Laurie Kopp Weingarten described Big Data as “the wave of the future” for college admissions. “Many times now instead of just meeting a Director of Admissions, I meet the Vice President of Enrollment Management,” she said.
04/19/17 12:55am
The Internal Revenue Service Data Retrieval Tool, which allows Americans to upload tax-return information without having to manually enter it, has been disabled until October.
04/18/17 3:02am
More than 30 Philadelphia schools were placed on lockdown for nearly two hours on Monday afternoon.
04/05/17 3:35am
“I personally have not noticed discrimination against Asian-Americans in my practice,” Laurie Kopp Weingarten, director of One-Stop College Counseling, said.
04/04/17 2:48am
Pennsylvania State University has permanently banned the Beta Theta Pi fraternity from returning to campus following the death of a student.
04/03/17 12:04am
“I kind of cloistered myself because I was scared of what would happen,” Victoria Mak said. “Those ten minutes before I found out were the longest ten minutes of my life.”
03/30/17 3:36am
“What are we offering to the middle-range student, the student that can afford to pay some money towards education, but not enough to cover the full bill?” University Director of Financial Aid Elaine Papas-Varas asked. “Does that mean loans for a middle-income student?”
03/28/17 2:01am
Created by business education network Poets&Quants, the list has included at least two Wharton professors in every previous edition. 
03/21/17 3:23pm
The award was presented by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to recognize Biden’s advocacy for survivors of sexual assault, survivors of domestic violence and veterans, according to an NBC report.
03/14/17 12:19am
Penn has suspended operations on Tuesday due to the snowstorm expected to hit the region this evening, according to an alert sent to students just before 10:30 p.m. on Monday. 
03/02/17 3:21am
Student Financial Services blames the abrupt shift in policy on the Department of Education, but some students suspect Penn’s financial aid officers made the mistake.
02/22/17 4:10am
Engineering freshman Brian McGrath, who was studying computer science, withdrew from Penn in December and is preparing to start at Drexel University in the fall.
02/09/17 2:29am
For College freshman Rachel Prokupek, taking a gap year was a somewhat spontaneous decision.
02/06/17 4:27am
The wealthiest colleges in America may soon need to give a quarter of the donations they receive to middle-class financial aid or risk their charitable status. 
01/31/17 3:43am
The federal policy, signed on Friday by President Trump, a 1968 Wharton graduate, imposes a 90-day ban on immigrant and nonimmigrant entry to the United States from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
01/25/17 1:14am
Arkansas, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota and Wyoming all have only one student each in the class of 2020.
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