The former participants said their experiences prepared them to make an impact in the world with innovative products, many of which incubated in those intensive 48 hours.
Mass anti-government protests in Sao Paulo are both exciting and frightful for Penn students currently in Brazil, or with ties to the country.
Every second Thursday of the month, Andrew’s Video Vault screens films that are nearly impossible to encounter elsewhere.
Stand on Locust Walk for an afternoon. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a student who’s heard of the Morris Arboretum, much less one who can even pronounce the name correctly.
One year ago today, freshmen took cover from a rainstorm at the Palestra as Penn President Amy Gutmann declared them the most talented and diverse class Penn had ever seen. Tonight, they did it again.
The panel, “From Confrontation to Coopetition: 40 Years of U.S.-China Relations,” served as both a look to the past and a forecast of the future.
Although brownouts have been in use for decades, several recent fire incidents have called into question the safety of the practice, which affects fire engines and ladders city-wide.
On Friday afternoon, members of Rekindle Reason, a campus atheist group, outdid Klondike. They offered Locust Walk passersby the chance to sign away their souls for chocolate chip cookies.
The Wharton Veterans Club had strong representation at the first annual Undergraduate and MBA 5K Race for Charity, which was co-hosted by the Wharton Council and the Wharton Roadrunners & Triathletes Club.
The sixth annual Penn Microfinance Conference took place Saturday in Huntsman Hall. The conference explored how individuals have transformed their lives through microfinance.
On Wednesday evening, the Law School hosted Marwan Muasher to speak on “The Arab Awakening: One Year On.” Muasher’s career has spanned stints with the Jordanian ministry, diplomatic service and the World Bank.
The Asian Pacific Student Coalition hosted JT Tran on Feb. 9 in Huntsman Hall.