Penn is introducing a new format for the sexual violence prevention training during New Student Orientation this year. Here’s a rundown of things you should know about the presentation and sexual violence at Penn.
A new video by the 5B highlights students' positive experiences at the centers.
Penn’s mental health task force is in the process of synthesizing information and developing recommendations aimed at improving mental health resources on campus, after conducting research and interviews last semester and over the summer.
The event will give students a forum for discussion about the death of Michael Brown and police brutality in America.
Rising junior and Class of 2016 president Jesús Pérez completed a 136-mile run with the nonprofit organization impossible2Possible, which strives to educate and inspire students of all ages through its extreme expeditions. His group ran through the Atacama Desert in Chile, the driest place on Earth. Their mission was to educate youth on astronomy and the origin of the universe, with the clear skies of the desert as the perfect backdrop for on-site lessons.
The University is moving away from its 30 year-old magnetic strip PennCard to a new, contactless technology that will open up more possibilities for PennCard use.
Biking safely involves more than just remembering to wear your helmet. While sharing the roads with motorists and pedestrians, many cyclists are unaware of the traffic laws by which they should be abiding.
While some traveled to Brazil to paint their faces and cheer for their home country’s soccer teams, one Penn student traveled to a part of the country far from the pitch.
A team of Penn students and their colleagues — all under the age of 24 — is nearly finished producing "Driving Not Knowing," a debut feature film and “a love letter to the place and people we grew up with,” according to the group’s Kickstarter fundraising page.
Foundations of Art Design and Digital Culture, a class taught by Design professor David Comberg, recently finished up a summer session project in which each creation had to intervene in a public place.
Throughout their two-week international tour, the Penn Glee Club kept a daily blog of their experiences. Their destinations included Qatar, Tanzania and Dubai.
The Spruce Street Harbor park is a floating attraction featuring a restaurant, a boardwalk, a garden of rainbow hammocks, and free admission.
You’ve got your summer internship and the great experiences that come along with it — but now it’s time to put that on paper.
Rising College junior and The Daily Pennsylvanian staff member Suzette Wanninkhof is biking across America with Bike and Build, a program that organizes cross-country trips to benefit affordable housing. Wanninkhof is biking cross country with only her helmet, a sleeping bag, a few sets of clothes, basic toiletries, 32 other 18 to 28-year olds and a mission.Beginning in South Carolina and concluding in California, the group will cover a total of 4,201 miles of backstreets and highways. Along the way, they will stop for 17 days at designated spots to help construct houses. So far, they have traveled over 1,500 miles.
Rising Wharton sophomore Nick Silverio was selected to compete on the 11th season of the hit reality TV show "So You Think You Can Dance" after auditioning in Philadelphia."The whole process is definitely a TV show," Silverio said of the experience. "It's not just 'So You Think You Can Dance' — it's 'So You Think You Can Smile' and 'So You Think You Can Act.'"
Wharton MBA recipient Lorenzo di Bonaventura is no stranger to Hollywood, having produced such films as "The Matrix", "Salt" and the G.I. Joe series. His latest work, "Transformers: Age of Extinction" , will be released on June 27.
The popular bar and restaurant will open a second Philadelphia location in Logan Square this September.
The overnight train service will run every twenty minutes on the Broad Street and Market-Frankford lines through Labor Day weekend.
Like most Penn students, she’s using her summer to explore potential career options. Claiming that she doesn’t fit into the “cookie-cutter Wharton mold,” Smith said that she is excited to test the waters of event planning.
The ensemble will play to the background of Hitchcock’s “The Lodger” and “Twilight in Turkey”, the latter of which will replace Raymond Scott’s “The Penguin”, which they have performed in the past.