Last night, Penn students and students from other local universities went to the National Museum of American Jewish History for its first-ever College Night.
Forty-one years after the first Earth Day was spearheaded by Penn professors and students, its importance has diminished. (with photo slideshow)
The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity held its second-annual sorority dance competition titled War of the Roses Wednesday, in which Alpha Phi came out on top.
Cairo freedom of expression scholar Khaloud Saber visited Penn Wednesday to share her optimism for Egypt with students.
More than 200 students and faculty members dressed in black joined hands on College Green Wednesday to protest racism at Penn in response to a recent guest column in the DP.
More than 300 students put food — which may appear in dining halls and retail spaces next year — to the test.
Though most Penn students find paid summer internships, others see the benefits of certain opportunities — particularly in 'glamorous' fields — outweighing the fact that they are unpaid.
Speaking at Levine Hall, Alexis Ohanian described the process of turning his "passion project" into a popular website.
Wharton Digital Press, launched last week to replace Wharton School Publishing, finalized the school's move away from print.
The new program, which will run from May 1 to Sept. 1, aims to solve the problem of students losing important mail while away from Penn.
1985 College graduate Jennifer Egan was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for fiction on Monday for her novel, A Visit from the Goon Squad.
History professor Alan Kors spoke at the Penn College Republicans Annual Keynote Address Monday.
Although Friday’s activities and concert did not see rain, Saturday’s events were canceled or moved indoors due to blustery conditions.
Despite Friday night’s chilly weather, Penn students flocked to Franklin Field to see Ratatat, Flo Rida and Lupe Fiasco perform at this year’s Spring Fling concert.
About 300 students gathered at Franklin Field Sunday to commemorate Penn football captain No. 40 Owen Thomas, who committed suicide last April.
Penn came just about one percentage point short of its goal of a 30 percent cumulative recycling rate in this year's RecycleMania competition.
In an effort to forge a new campus tradition, Alternate Spring Fling featured an assortment of alcohol-free activities including mandala painting, guided meditation and yoga sessions throughout the weekend.
With the recent downturn of the economy, the number of Penn Nursing students with full-time jobs by graduation also went down.
Over 250 attended the Penn Dental School Oral Cancer Society’s third annual walk in Philadelphia to raise awareness and funds for a commonly undetected disease.
The United Minorities Council's Celebration of Cultures, held on College Green, drew students with free food and performances.