Penn students who study abroad are charged a home-school tuition of nearly $20,000 a semester, regardless of the program they pick. For some, the tuition disparity between Penn and the foreign university proves to be frustrating when peers at the school abroad pay next to nothing.
While he was a student at Penn, Larry Maltz spent his free time in the library. But unlike other students, he wasn’t poring over statistics or chemistry — he was reading. For fun.
Jerome Vivino, formerly a member of Penn’s Class of 2013, first transferred from Wharton to the College, then out of Penn entirely. Vivino is not alone — about one in three college students will transfer universities throughout the course of their education.
Penn Haven — a housing cooperative and community at 40th and Chestnut streets — emphasizes sustainable lifestyles and activism.
Gay marriage, which will be legal in six states and Washington, D.C., is illegal in Pa. and unlikely to become legal anytime soon.
The University Square Farmer’s Market at 36th and Walnut streets, a staple of Penn’s campus life since 2004, is up and running in time for the warmer months.
The number of students in the class of 2015 who self-identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender has increased slightly from last year.
Pulitzer winner and 1985 College graduate Jennifer Egan reflects on her time at Penn.
The University has secured an anonymous $15 million donation to fund a major renovation to the ARCH building.
Since March 15, the Latino Coalition and Latina-interest sorority Lambda Theta Alpha have been collecting prom dresses for girls in the New York-based Graham Windham agency.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender awareness has made strides in the legal world, but still has far to go in the medical world.
Photo exhibit 'Girl Culture,' which runs until July 31 at the Arthur Ross Gallery, portrays women affected by societal pressure, emphasizing the importance of discussing 'taboo' issues.
Thursday night, Penn’s campus will come together to speak out against sexual violence.
The DP’s most recent content analysis report, released March 31, revealed that 59 percent of the stories covered relate to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Ranging from events such as a Latino food exhibition, to a Samba lesson, to an appearance by a transgender comedian, last week's Festival Latino aimed to appeal to a wide variety of students.
This spring, while the faces of sororities and fraternities change with the addition of new members, one thing is likely to remain the same — ethnic diversity in the Greek community.
While the University declared Friday it has no plans to make future investments in HEI — accused of unjust labor practices — Penn has not invested in the company since 2004.
Penn declared Friday that it has no plans to make further investments in funds sponsored by HEI Hotels and Resorts, a company accused of unjust labor practices.
Now called Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, the new name reflects the wide variety of topics the program covers.
The new group was formed in conjunction with the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center and the Women’s Center for women who identify as queer.