Penn and its students have attempted to address the issue of mental health through a task force, multiple new clubs and countless events, but two students are taking a more creative approach.
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Wharton sophomore Laura Gao recently launched her own company Draw Street Journal which designs and sells laptop decals, many of which are Penn-themed. She spoke with the Daily Pennsylvanian about her inspiration behind the project and owning her own website.
This year's PennApps winning project can send a piece of code from one computer to another using only radiofrequency—not wifi, ethernet or Bluetooth.
While students were not able to participate last semester because of Pope Francis' visit, there is all the more excitement for this semester's event.
On Nov. 30th, PennDesign concluded its first successful year of Social Impact Projects, a program organized by PennPraxis to support student proposals with grants to create a social impact in the Philadelphia community.
According to the 2014 data, 10 percent of 18,286 male applicants were accepted to Penn, and 11 percent of 17,580 female applicants were admitted.
The Daily Pennsylvanian caught up with a few organizations on campus to share their missions and recruitment strategies.
Now that the essay portion of the ACT and SAT is no longer required, one prospective student described the change as "a big load of weight" being lifted off her shoulders
From August 2 to August 14, Philadelphia’s Center City District will be hosting its biannual Restaurant Week — an event that usually occurs at the end of September.
On April 17, Disney Pixar’s Inside Out animator Dan Holland spoke to the Penn and Drexel University student body, presenting them with an overview of the film’s storyline, his contributions and challenges he faced in creating the animation of this major animated movie.
An estimated 3,000 students from Drexel, Penn, Temple and other colleges stood in front of McDonald'schanged from "McDonalds" and marched down to the Market Street Bridge.
On April 9, Wharton Women hosted its annual etiquette dinner at Bistro St. Tropez for "An Evening in Paris," where keynote speaker “The Etiquette Lady” Elaine Swann shared her knowledge on dining etiquette.
On April 5, the Korean Student Association, Koreans at Penn and Asian Pacific Student Coalition collaborated to celebrate their Easter Sunday with popular Asian-American rapper Dan Matthews, better known as DANakaDAN.
It might have been April Fools’ Day, but on Wednesday night, World Cafe Live’s lineup was anything but a joke.
On Saturday night at the Class of 1923 Ice Rink, 2,500 spectators “hurrah’ed” and raged on at the 11th annual Wharton v. Penn Law Fight Night.
The human race was saved on Saturday night as secret agent Bob Chen foiled Dr. Bad Egg's plan to release a virus that would consume all of Taiwan and the world. Or at least that is what was portrayed by College senior Changhee Han and Engineering senior Jon Chen.
Six students engineered their way into working at the nation’s most promising startups.
For Wharton Women members, perks aren’t limited to just another networking event invitation.
On Friday, two rappers came to Penn to prove that Iggy Azalea isn’t the only non-stereotypical hip hop artist.
On Monday, Feb. 9, Penn Professor Damon Centola and Andrea Baronchelli of the University of London, published their findings on how social conventions emerge even when there are already preexisting social conventions.