While my biological and physical makeup (no pun intended) will never match that of your typical Korean pretty boy, my experiences in Seoul have colored my understanding of Asian beauty and what this means for men.
The government deal on raising the debt ceiling may hurt some college students. The deal will result in changes that could make it more challenging for students to pay for the cost of higher education.
Passengers took 334 million trips using the service's system of buses, trains and trolleys in the 2011 fiscal year.
U.S. News released its 2011-12 Best Hospital Honor Roll last week, with HUP ranked tenth out of 17 hospitals selected from 4,825 nationwide.
Penn has once again topped Newsweek’s ranking of the best gay-friendly colleges in the United States.
At a summit in Beijing last month, Dean of the Law School Michael Fitts and Associate Dean for International Affairs Amy Gadsden were among nine American and 10 Chinese law deans who met to discuss the importance of the rule of law.
Larry Jameson replaced Arthur Rubenstein as the dean of Penn's Perelman School of Medicine and executive vice president of UPHS.
The Perkins Loan program, which provides low-interest federal loans for needy students, may be cut to ease the national deficit.
University City's Asian and Hispanic populations showed drastic growth, while the black population decreased slightly and the white population remained steady.
Three PennDesign students are finalists Walt Disney Imagineering’s 20th ImagiNations design competition for their "Finding Nemo" theme restaurant.
60 percent of 2010 Penn graduates found jobs, as opposed to just 53 percent of graduates nationwide.
It's time for city planners to rethink the way they rebuild cities devastated by natural disasters, according to a panel on campus Wednesday as part of Penn's "Year of Water" campaign.
The United Minorities Council and the Latino Coalition hosted Fiery Words: An Evening with Sonia Sanchez, in Claudia Cohen Hall.