Two recent Penn Vet Working Dog Center dog graduates will be joining the SEPTA police force in April, after explosives training.
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In an attempt to break the image of false perfection that Facebook perpetuates, Eve Bowers inspired others to post less than their best selves online. Bowers answers questions and explains what prompted her to act.
Counterparts, Penn's jazz/pop a capella group, won second place at an international championship held at Drexel last Saturday. The group will now proceed to Rutgers University where the regional semifinals will be held.
Students met with University officials to discuss possible solutions to the challenges faced by minority groups when financial aid is needed.
The Penn Semester in Barcelona program is not taking place this semester, and the future of the program will be announced in February.
Chris Chen, a junior in the College of Liberal and Professional Studies, helped a stranger in Starbucks, and ended up tagged in a Facebook post with over 400 likes.
The transgender actress, writer, producer and activist will be the keynote speaker for QPenn 2014, which kicks off its events on March 23
On April 24, the University Council Committee on Campus and Community Life presented their annual report to the University Council, which suggested that, “all University of Pennsylvania facilities, buildings, and properties shall be smoke and tobacco free.”
Many chapters of the Multicultural Greek Council are helping local high school students on their way to college, expecting nothing in return.
Check out this multimedia timeline on the history of this big Penn tradition
Alpha Delta Pi will not participate in formal recruitment in spring 2014, but will be able to recruit in both the fall and spring of the 2014-2015 academic year.
Jazz & Grooves knows what Penn students want even before they do.
“Your smile is ‘Africa face.’” College sophomore Oyinkan Muraina heard this from a friend who was comparing her facial expression to a picture of an African tribal drummer.
Tuesday marks the beginning of one of the few times when members of every Greek organization can come together to celebrate their common values.
The “Lod Mosaic” at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology has garnered a lot of praise, but has also drawn criticism from Penn faculty.
The Panhellenic Council is no longer considered a nonprofit organization by the Internal Revenue Service.
Naderol is now officially “The Drink of the Quakers.”
After a first attempt, a spinoff venture and a brief debacle with Facebook, the social networking site Greekdex is once again live across Penn’s campus.
By the end of the semester, the fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi will be one step closer to re-establishing its presence within Penn’s Greek community.
The summer before his freshman year at The College of New Jersey, sophomore Ryan Dolan watched the movie “Limitless” on his flight down to Hawaii for vacation, and was inspired to create a real-life version of the pill that grants Bradley Cooper’s character superhuman power and focus.