Penn alumnus Morgan Neville won an Oscar for directing the Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards on Sunday night.
On Wednesday evening, SPEC Connaissance announced their spring speaker as Retta Sirleaf, also known as Donna Meagle from "Parks and Recreation."
Students will no longer be penalized a quarter of a point for getting the wrong answer and obscure vocabulary words will be replaced in favor of words relevant to college courses.
Federal Donuts will be officially opening its doors on campus on Monday, March 10. This is the third location of the famous donut and fried chicken shop, located on 3428 Sansom St.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Feb. 22 and Feb. 28
Former Wharton student Matt Geiger and Wharton senior Evan Rosenbaum co-founded Blend, a college-exclusive app that allows users to share photos and win gift cards based on a daily theme. Blend will expand to develop more prominence in the app world due to a recent seed investment of $2.7 million from the global venture capital firm, New Enterprise Associates, or NEA.
The first ever African Think Tank Summit brought pioneering
results.Penn’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program organized the first
ever continental think tank conference in partnership with the Africa Building
closed executive meeting of the Undergraduate Assembly contributed to a
postponement of the annual budget process, leaving other branches of student
government without an official budget allocation until March 23.
On Tuesday, the Racial Dialogue Project hosted a discussion in the Greenfield Intercultural Center on how race and culture have shaped views on gender-based issues.
The School of Nursing will create a new integrated doctoral program to replace the current nurse anesthesia masters degree.
Students sat down with administrators to discuss a piece of stained glass in the ARCH Cafe that some see as offensive.
U.S. attorney of the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara spoke in Huntsman Hall yesterday at an event held by the Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
College Junior Katherine Mateo started Global Youth United
when she was only a sophomore at Central High School in Philadelphia.
Jennifer Gwartz, a 1990 College graduate, could count on a familiar name appearing in her inbox every Wednesday morning of 2005.