While the Panhellenic Council recently elected a successor to its first-ever vice president of diversity, the IFC has yet to introduce a diversity chair to its executive committee.
For the first four months of school, the total of registered events increased by 65 percent, from 127 last year to 194 this year.
“Penn is a very academically-caustic environment,” College student Luis Estevez said. “Everyone here is trying to be perfect in ways that aren’t possible.”
The group's second event of the semester follows Penn Women SPEAK's first dialogue on sexual harassment on campus and nationally.
“We try to be very up front about these things. Before we get even asked a question on tours, we outwardly mention mental health resources that are available on campus.”
On Dec. 2, the Senate passed a version of the Republican tax reform bill, marking what pundits say is the first major legislative victory of Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s presidency.
College sophomore Aleksei Kuryla said he was skeptical that removing smoker poles on campus would effectively reduce smoking among students.
For the 2018 academic year, the Recreation Fee was eliminated and included under the General Fee category for the first time.
Penn's chapter of Unsung Heroes was founded this fall with the goal of connecting students with campus workers.
Many students majoring in the humanities encounter more difficulty when trying to find a visa sponsor after graduation.
A student at Gloucester County Community College in New Jersey was visiting his girlfriend, a 22-year-old student at Drexel University, when he was shot by a stranger.
Herman was well-known for co-authoring “Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of Mass Media” with 1949 College graduate and philosopher Noam Chomsky in 1988.
From alcohol policies at sororities to the accelerated timeline of Panhellenic recruitment, here are six essential stories to read before you start the rush process.
The Penn Barbell Club started about five years ago and is now looking for funding and recognition.
Chelsea Manning was sentenced in 2011 to 35 years in military prison, where she began transitioning and started her journey as an LGBTQ activist.
In a statement, Executive Director of the Provost’s Office Leo Charney listed more than ten events associated with the "Campaign for Wellness."
The event was one of 60 held at universities across the country on Nov. 29 in anticipation of the looming GOP tax plan vote in the Senate later this week.
“This was pretty brutal,” said Engineering and Wharton junior Vatsal Jayaswal who won the $100 prize. “I thought it was a bloodbath.”
David R. Marchant has been charged for making “derogatory, sex-based slurs and sexual comments” to Jane Willenbring, a former associate professor at Penn.
For the first time, faculty members, alumni, and staff on campus were invited to host students for meals during their Thanksgiving breaks.