Move-in is an elaborate process that Residential Services plans for throughout the year. Numerous students volunteer to assist with that process, but not without incentives.
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While Penn offers nearly 90 majors at the undergraduate level, some are more attractive than others — at least on paper.
Penn students are diverse, but some traditions at the University manage to bring everyone together. Looking back on their time at Penn thus far, these students identified three of their favorite Quaker routines.
Members of Penn marched with other supporters of science in response to policies from the Trump administration
This past weekend, scientists and science enthusiasts took to the streets of Philadelphia.
Some students are earning course credits and 'earning easy money' by participating in experimental research
Many students at Penn choose to become lab rats — in exchange for money or course credits.
There’s a new student group at Harvard that wants to promote free speech — and they are already stirring up controversy.
After being accepted to and enrolling in unique summer programs, many students were disappointed to learn that they no longer had summer plans.
Four Penn undergraduate students have created a project that will have a tangible impact on refugees’ lives.
Adam Grant has criticized Penn as 'hyper-competitive.' But he teaches one of the hardest classes to get into.
Wharton’s youngest tenured and highest-rated professor, Adam Grant, has been an outspoken critic of Penn’s cutthroat environment — but also teaches a class that is unusually competitive to even get into.
After being approved by The Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 173 Guggenheim Fellowships were awarded on April 6 to a diverse group of scholars, artists, and scientists from the United States and Canada.
Given Penn’s pre-professional atmosphere, you’d be hard-pressed to find a student not doing an internship, research or some other type of resume-boosting activity over the summer.
Some students struggle to sit through an hour-and-a-half lecture. But what if the class went on for seven hours straight?
Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine regularly treats animals for a variety of injuries, but the story of one pit bull who recently received care is more dramatic than the norm.
Winter storm Stella’s arrival in Philadelphia last Tuesday prompted the cancellation of classes and excitement for many Penn students. But the missed class time also prompted significant disruption to course proceedings.
High school students often feel pressured to take Advanced Placement courses in order to get into top colleges. However, Penn has been accepting fewer and fewer credits from such classes in recent years.
College is often referred to as the best four years of your life. But some students choose to graduate after just three.
Incyte Corporation, a pharmaceutical company, is entering into a multi-year research partnership with the Abramson Cancer Center at Penn.
Students stand against anti-Semitism in midst of vandalism of Jewish graveyards and bomb threats at community centers
In response to anti-Semitic activity in different parts of the country, including vandalism at a Jewish graveyard in Philadelphia, Penn Hillel held a gathering last night at the LOVE statue to support and stand in solidarity with Jewish students.
College Board is amping up security for the SAT because of test-stealing and other forms of cheating.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science has a new class on virtual reality. The twist? It's being taught by an undergraduate student.