Despite the challenges of campus life and limited options, many students still try to cook complete and nutritious meals with little time and money.
Some students choose to major in fine arts, while others pursue art as a hobby.
This year, Panhel switched its main philanthropic outreach from Operation Warm to the Rena Rowan Breast Cancer Center.
While students who are interested in joining fraternities and sororities must deal with a number of considerations — including paying dues, signing up for housing and balancing academics with new student education — some must face these problems with a lack of parental support.
On Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council held elections for its new executive board. College junior and current Zeta Beta Tau brother David Shapiro was elected as the IFC’s new president.
This month, students involved with Greek life at Penn will have the opportunity to advocate for their fraternities and sororities in Washington, D.C.
College junior Jill Wang was selected president of the Panhellenic Council Monday night.
While some low-maintenance students can stick an air mattress in the corner and call it a bedroom, others require a bit more to call a house a home.
This thanksgiving marked the third year that international and exchange students were able to forgo empty dining halls to experience an American tradition firsthand.
Fraternities and sororities hire cleaning services to make their houses presentable after parties.
Corey Meserva is responsible for providing fraternities and sororities at Penn with a combination of weekly dinners from Sunday through Wednesday nights, as well as Sunday brunches.
Today marks the deadline for students leasing from University City’s biggest realtor, Campus Apartments, to renew their contracts. Many upperclassmen who will no longer occupy their residences have made agreements to “pass down” their lease.
Almost all Greek organizations will host events at their chapter houses for alumni in order to celebrate Homecoming.
Last week, Business Services sent students who purchased the Eat Any Time meal plan an email restating its policy regarding “moocher meals” — the number of guest swipes allocated to each student. Business Services also posted flyers around the dining halls listing the plan’s terms and conditions.
Thirty-six students in grades one through six from Comegys Elementary School were at ZBT’s chapter house for an hour of Halloween-themed activities.
Over six classes in Wharton, the College and Engineering have undergraduate teaching assistants in introductory courses
Penn’s new Quidditch team held its first practice on Hill Field, with about 20 students sporting athletic gear and brooms organizing themselves into a scrimmage.
Earlier this month, Ben & Jerry’s board of directors declared its support for the Occupy Wall Street protests on its website. Closer to home, the Ben & Jerry’s on campus is trying to balance its support for the company and support from Penn students.
Greek Week, a biannual celebration involving the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Council and the Multicultural Greek Council, began Monday with two kick-off events.
When Zeta Tau Alpha colonized on campus, the Panhellenic sorority attracted more than just freshmen looking to experience sorority life. Seniors and juniors also chose to join Zeta with less than three semesters left at Penn.