Known as the Take Your Pick — or TYP — Plan, allows students to create their own plan by selecting one of three options for meal swipes and one of three options of Dining Dollar$.
"Digital psychedelic funk" artist Tobacco will headline the concert.
Along with another Wharton and Engineering sophomore Nina Lu, College freshman Vidya Daryanani represented nongovernmental organization SustainUS, which
works to promote sustainable development and gender equality.
Documents provided to The Daily Pennsylvanian by a former CAPS psychiatrist give a glimpse into the inner workings of an office that has come under scrutiny this semester after two suicides just weeks apart.
While you may not learn how to cook up meth, you will have the opportunity to learn more about Breaking Bad's creator, Vince Gilligan.
Alpha Epsilon, one of Penn’s largest fraternities, has become a no pledging
Part of the Math, Physics and Astronomy Library in David Rittenhouse Laboratories will be converted to an active learning classroom and the Engineering Library in the Towne Building will close at the end of the semester.
UA Vice President Gabe Delaney and UA Representative Joyce Kim, both college juniors, turned in their petitions to run for UA president today.
On Wednesday evening, SPEC Connaissance announced their spring speaker as Retta Sirleaf, also known as Donna Meagle from "Parks and Recreation."
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.
College Junior Katherine Mateo started Global Youth United
when she was only a sophomore at Central High School in Philadelphia.
The petition to impeach the UA president fell short by one vote, sources say
Class Boards plan to add to the mental health initiatives on campus and host the Wellness Project, working with CAPS to coordinate Mental Health Week and implementing Wellness Wednesdays.
new Greek Housing Improvements Program will give the Greek community access to over $10 million for housing improvements over the next five years.
first of a new series of semi-weekly "Talking Circles" was held on Friday evening
at the Greenfield Intercultural Center.
With the click of a button, you could round up dozens of
speakers, events, and activities at Penn that span an entire academic year.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics held its kickoff event Thursday night in Skirkanich
College sophomores Alina Wong and Rachel Stewart and Wharton sophomore Roopa Shankar - all roommates - started baking for fun during their free time.
A little-known University policy, which was cited in a recent campus study, states that if a student is hospitalized twice for alcohol or other drug use, the student's parents can be contacted.
In February, the United States observes Black History Month in celebration of the world's African diaspora. These are several selected moments in the history of the black community at Penn.