Sunday night, the members of the Undergraduate Assembly ratified a new committee to ensure quality in election debates.
Engineering junior Michelle Ho is the recently-elected Chair of the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education. The DP sat down with her to discuss her role in SCUE and her goals for the next year.
In my personal version of Dante’s inferno, I imagine that this is the circle of hell that comes right after the dentist’s chair during a filling and just before the rat-infested alley behind Copa.
If I had been more diligent about checking the reviews on a hostel I stayed at briefly in Barcelona, I wouldn’t have my checking-out-at-4 a.m.-because-of-bed-bugs story.
Professor Emeritus John Mikuta, who taught gynecologic oncology in the Perelman School of Medicine, died last Friday of natural causes. He was 88.
Doug Lynch, a former Graduate School of Education vice dean who resigned in April 2012 after falsifying a doctoral degree, is continuing to misrepresent his credentials.
The six plaintiffs suing the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Inc. over housing conditions have reached a settlement with the University.
As junior forward Fran Dougherty returns to play in Penn’s Ivy home opener Friday night against Columbia, the question becomes what does Doc’s return really mean for the Quakers.
A farmer from Africa with only one tractor. A worker at a loading dock. A manager of an assembly line making electronic components.
Just as one shouldn’t praise Jerome Allen solely due to last season’s 20-13 finish, one should also not judge him based on Penn’s current 3-15 campaign.
Despite a strong 7-7 record in their non-conference schedule this season, the Red and Blue have a tough road ahead of them if they want to continue climbing up the Ivy League standings
Although Penn’s new Muslim minister is still in her first week on the job, she is no stranger to campus.
Penn is a catalytic environment full of budding entrepreneurs. For all of those wishing to delve into the world of startups, below is a rough outline of where and how to get started on a path to entrepreneurial success.
Every Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m., music professor Carol Muller teaches a class of 80 undergraduates in her office, although none of her students are physically present. Through her computer and with the help of two graduate teaching assistants, she hosts a live lecture through the online platform Canvas.
Combining a wider catchment zone with a commitment to meritocracy would ensure that Penn Alexander is comprised of the most promising young minds and that the opportunities Penn Alexander provides are opened to more disadvantaged children as well.
Last night, Penn for Palestine, a student organization that raises awareness about Palestinian issues, screened the award-winning documentary, “Roadmap to Apartheid,” as part of the University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Symposium on Social Change and was jointly hosted by the Center for Africana Studies.
Penn gymnastics will face off against Rutgers, Bridgeport and Ursinus in New Brunswick, N.J., on Saturday at 1 p.m.
This weekend, the women’s swimming team heads to Providence, R.I., for its last conference meet against Harvard and Brown.
With Penn heading to Lehigh Saturday for the second time in six weeks, they hope to build on what has been a solid season thus far.
The men’s swimming team will take the trek northward to Providence, R.I., to square off against Brown.