Scholars, students and faculty reminisce on Nelson Mandela’s life and his impact that he has made on a global stage.
The unique positioning of the three high rise dorms creates a wind tunnel, where wind travels at increased speeds, creating a wind tunnel.
Changes to Hillel’s payment policy have resulted in backlash from many diners. Despite ongoing negotiations between Hillel and Business Services, no revisions to the policy have been announced.
ReThink Your Footprint, which focuses on general waste minimization, replaced Recyclemania.
The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships has, in the past, attributed Penn’s lack of Rhodes Scholars to the desire of the Rhodes Trust to find students from outside the Ivies.
After Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, organizations such as the Center for High Impact Philanthropy and the Penn Philippine Association are planning relief efforts.
As a part of many changes being made to the college house system, Harnwell College house will not admit freshmen next year
When it comes to living off-campus, one of biggest troubles students encounter is navigating the various policies and dates set by the different landlord companies for signing leases on properties.
All of the events headlining Asian Pacific American Heritage Week will now have donation jars on site.
GreenVote, the start up responsible for the app, is the brain child of three M&T students.
Information Systems and Computing has acquired a new data center on the South Bank campus, fitted with state-of-the-art security precautions.
Wishbone is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day, though Hope hopes for some late-night hours in the weeks to come.
Wishbone, a fried chicken restaurant on 40th and Walnut streets, opened briefly for business around noon on Sunday for the first time. It will officially open Monday at 5 p.m.
A shuttle program from Penn’s campus to the Arboretum, initially funded by a grant from the Penn Green Fund, contributed to the increase in attendance.
The first planning effort to emphasize the need for green space came in 1977, when the School of Design created the Landscape Development Plan.
Pilot Philly hopes to draw local high school students to McClelland for their first Philadelphia hackathon to encourage and create interest in computer science.
Singh Center will provide community resources for both the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the School of Arts and Sciences and foster interdisciplinary research.
Before coming to Penn, Fatou Wilson owned multiple locations of Fatou and Fama, an award winning restaurant.
New building for Engineering and College researchers combines state-of-the-art technology, environmentally conscious architecture and fine art.
Chef Rick Bayless, a nationally renowned chef of Mexican cuisine, is opening a cafe in the ARCH building, which is currently going under renovations.