The new admit survived the Rwandan Genocide. Today he's passionate about painting and business.
The DP sat down with the student activist, who recently was featured in Latina Magazine.
Newly elected GAPSA chair and vice chair propose tackling mental health with such initiatives as yoga and meditation classes.
Representatives from the Multicultural Greek Council, the Inter-Fraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council were all commended for their achievements at the Sheraton Hotel on 35th and Chestnut streets.
The Graduate and Professional
Student Assembly will hold executive board elections on Wednesday, using a
system quite different from that of their undergraduate counterpart — the
In addition to these students, 10 other individuals were treated for alcohol-related problems.
Carina Tea and Waffles, located on 37th and Chestnut streets inside of the International House, will have its grand opening on Wednesday.
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.
Do you remember that time you tried to carry five bagels out of Commons in your pocket?
Students aren’t the only ones preparing for Spring Fling
this weekend. Faculty and Security personnel are bracing themselves as well –
but in different ways.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: I went to the Let's Talk About Sex Shabbat.
Last night in the Hall of Flags in Houston Hall, Students for Asian History Awareness — or SAHA — hosted an open discussion forum on a controversial stained glass rising sun image in the ARCH.
Over a hundred students marched beside one another last night at Penn’s annual event Take Back the Night, a peaceful protest to speak out against domestic and sexual violence.
For the first month of her final semester at Penn, Carissa Lundquist wasn’t sure she was a student. Her story sheds light on some of the shortcomings with how the University handles students who say they have been victims of sexual assault and who experience mental health issues.
On Monday afternoon, the Green Ribbon Campaign — a student-led mental health and wellness advocacy coalition — held its first rally to raise questions about the current state of mental heath on campus.
This year brings a significant increase to the Multicultural Greek Council's involvement in the week.
Don Memo Mexican Restaurant will be coming to campus next month, the University announced Sunday.
Two freshmen in the third floor Green Suite of Hill College house are bringing a whole new meaning to the term “hallcest.”
The Get It Up Challenge, the brainchild of Amy Gutmann and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, is a competition between college houses to decide once and for all who has the most sex.
The first rule of Fight Night is — well, it's not like that.