On Hey Day, scores of juniors were blocked from entering the Quad with some witnesses even describing a tense standoff between Penn Police, AlliedBarton security guards and the boisterous students.
"Mental Health at Penn: A Community Forum and Working Space" served as a two-hour discussion of mental health on campus; it was followed by a workshop between students and administrators.
Some students are trying to streamline the paper process by adopting a completely electronic system instead.
A year after "Hey Day 100," students from the Class of 2017 are also celebrating "100" in their Hey Day celebration. But how can two classes celebrate the same anniversary?
The construction of the restrooms is the product of a semester-long collaboration between Penn Non-Cis, Out for Business, and Wharton Women in Business.
It started with a trip to the dump.