Being home means drinking a lot of tea and making the odd nostalgic trip to the terrible local nightclub where I once made out with my best friend’s older brother. Those are all very important things, but I cannot pretend that home is really where I belong now.
Equal pay ought to be the norm everywhere. We are all people; being judged by the same standards matters, but having the same opportunities matters more.
I think boredom is important. I don’t know how much I like actually being on roller coasters, but I know that as soon as I get off, I want to get back on again.
I believe the time for bra-burning has come and gone, but there are so many leftover social norms that still need alterations.
Ultimately, though, organizations don’t make people. People make organizations. To attribute reckless behavior and sexual assault to an organization takes the agency away from the individual.
The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon have launched plans for a long-term mentorship program for students at West Philadelphia High School, in collaboration with the Netter Center for Community Partnerships.
Philadelphia’s Higher Education Network for Neighbourhood Development, co-founded by Netter Center for Community Partnerships Director Ira Harkavy, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a two day conference that began yesterday.
Andrew Porter, the outgoing dean of the Graduate School of Education, will leave behind a legacy of increased emphasis on research and innovation.
Representatives from 59 think tanks across the continent convened at the first-ever North American Think Tank Summit, organized by Penn's Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, in Washington, D.C.
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.
Over a year after Phi Kappa Sigma, more commonly known as Skulls, was kicked off campus, discussions are slowly beginning about future plans for Skull’s chapter house, at 3539 Locust Walk.
The event consisted of a day of workshops and a talk by keynote speaker Lawrence Ross, author of “The Divine Nine."
The citations followed a request by the Division of Public Safety for the presence of the BLCE around campus over the weekend.
As part of the Penn Women’s Center’s Voices of Change project, Amy Gutmann discusses her experiences as a woman at Penn in a video released yesterday.
Officers from the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement will patrol campus this Fling at the request of the Division of Public Safety.
This year brings a significant increase to the Multicultural Greek Council's involvement in the week.
A new Anti-Hazing Working Group, which consists of students and staff across many areas of student life, held its third meeting on Monday.
Penn’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program brought representatives from 38 think tanks across 21 countries to a conference in Barcelona, which took place Mar 10-12.
Penn’s Kappa Alpha Theta sorority is currently under investigation by the Office of Student Conduct.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of Penn’s largest fraternities, has become a no pledging institution.