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Carina Tea and Waffles, located on 37th and Chestnut streets inside of the International House, will have its grand opening on Wednesday.
College freshman Anthony Bagtas, facing charges for allegedly burglarizing the Quad in March, is now charged with another burglary on the same day in March and two more burglaries this academic year.
Ruger specializes in global health governance.
Students, alumni and friends of 2012 Engineering graduate Justin Broglie, who died on April 7, remembered him at an event on Sunday afternoon on College Green.
Students were frustrated with the University's recent proposal for the sign's text, which generally describes all of the stained glass panes in the ARCH, without any specific details on the rising sun.
The citations followed a request by the Division of Public Safety for the presence of the BLCE around campus over the weekend.
Do you remember that time you tried to carry five bagels out of Commons in your pocket?
The program will welcome a new director in 2015
Stephanie Weiner was the youngest and the only college student awarded the honor.
Notice is a social networking app geared towards promoting positivity on campus.
From March 21 to May 1, Slought's Patarchitecure exhibit — which includes designs by eight PennDesign students — will be open to the public.
Last week, Penn Speaks for Autism painted Penn’s campus
blue. Not literally, but by handing out blue ribbons to raise awareness about
A state court upheld a decision to allow Penn to demolish an historic landmark at 40th and Pine streets in order to build new graduate housing.
part of the Penn Women’s Center’s Voices of Change project, Amy Gutmann
discusses her experiences as a woman at Penn in a video released yesterday.