Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature Simon Richter provides his support at the Fossil Free Penn rally on College Green.
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As the forum discussed divestment from fossil fuels, those involved with the rally stood up in silent solidarity baring their weathered signs.
Issues of divestment, retirement benefits, sexual assault, and Penn's commitment to religion as an aspect of diversity were raised at the University Council's first open forum of the year.
Maureen Rush credited the award to the teamwork of her strong staff.
Offensive coordinator John Reagan has helped Penn's offense develop in his first year on the job.
Coach Ray Priore has turned around Penn football in his first year as head coach, as the Quakers have won the Ivy League title after being projected to finish 6th in the preseason.
Bobby Turner, principal and CEO of Turner Impact Capital and 1984 Wharton graduate, spoke in a fireside chat to a group of Wharton students on Tuesday.
Alexis Genske is one of five seniors to have finished off their careers with the Red and Blue over the weekend.
There were zero burglaries in October, compared to the 8 burglaries in September.
Professor Alexander Chase-Levenson will be teaching the first British modern history course at Penn since spring 2007.
Freshmen divers Andrew Bologna (top) and Trent Hagenbuch (bottom) are the only two members of Penn men’s diving and will look to gain experience while challenging one another when performing this season.
73% of on-campus housing will decrease in price in the future.
Penn Students for Justice in Palestine planted black flags on College Green last week to raise awareness of Palestinians killed in the summer of 2014.
Karen Carraro serves Penn researchers as a contracted worker through her own glassblowing business.
Cashmere Cat's opener, Masego, joked and played around onstage, whipping out his saxophone to the crowd's delight.
Cashmere Cat preferred to shift the limelight from himself to his audience; instead he performed with spotlights scanning the crowds.
Iztaccihuatl is a South Philadelphia BYO that serves as a regular Mexican restaurant during the day and a "glorified hall party" for twerking teens at night.
The entire restaurant is commonly rented out by Penn fraternities, sororities, or clubs on Thursday and Friday nights.