The University hired a real estate firm to market vacant properties in 2000 Penn.
This week, two news editors discuss international student diversity on campus, and our contributing sports editor talks about the upcoming basketball season.
The vice president for research said expanding agreements between professors and corporations is one of the office’s central goals this academic year.
Faculty say including undergraduates is important for the University’s research and gives undergraduates a leg up for graduate school and future job prospects.
Greek councils are holding 19 “new member days” over the course of the fall semester, designed to teach potential new members about the community.
A Title IX complaint calls for staff changes in the student disciplinary office and more clarity on policies governing how to report a sexual violence incident.
This week on “Getting to the Bottom of It,” hear about a new history course on the University’s previous ties with slavery.
The University plans to accept clean hot beverage containers after D.C. announced its expansion of acceptable recyclables earlier this month.
Experts and students said the move could be a chance for the University to re-evaluate one of its most controversial offices.
This week, editors talk about the gender-wage gap among female administrators and the challenges of holding classes in a construction zone.