Instead of stopping in Chipotle to grab a quick bite in between classes, College sophomore Kelly Rhodes takes SEPTA to Reading Terminal Market. Rhodes, who is also training for a marathon, tries to buy all her produce and ingredients at Reading Terminal in order to cook healthy meals for herself.
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Looking at a model from behind his easel, College senior Jesse Rappaport not only paints what he sees but also draws inspiration from knowledge gained while flipping through his human anatomy textbooks. As a fine arts major also taking premed courses, Rappaport hopes that he will stand out as a unique candidate when applying to medical school. Rapport laughed while describing himself as an artist studying premed as “on the side.”
For those who love fashion, an event hosted on Saturday by the Panhellenic Council found a way to couple shopping with philanthropy.
Some students will be careful not to pack any Greek life apparel when they go home for winter break.
On Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council held elections for its new executive board. College junior and current Zeta Beta Tau brother David Shapiro was elected as the IFC’s new president. He sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss the organization’s five-year plan, ongoing alcohol policy reforms and new IFC academic requirements.
This month, students involved with Greek life at Penn will have the opportunity to advocate for their fraternities and sororities in Washington, D.C.
College junior Jill Wang was selected president of the Panhellenic Council Monday night. She was the former Vice President of Public Relations for Panhel and sat on a committee that helped bring Zeta Tau Alpha to Penn last year.
While some low-maintenance students can stick an air mattress in the corner and call it a bedroom, others require a bit more to call a house a home.
This thanksgiving marked the third year that international and exchange students were able to forgo empty dining halls to experience an American tradition firsthand.
Going to the bathroom at a fraternity party may be a cleaner experience than many students expect.
Spinach-and-ricotta-stuffed chicken breast, penne with pancetta and caramelized onions, and oven-roasted turkey are on the menu for some Penn students this week.
As students scramble to secure housing for the next academic year, those in fraternities and sororities are turning to their brothers and sisters to obtain a lease.
This Homecoming weekend, Greek students may see some older “brothers” at open house fraternity parties.
Upperclassmen who rely on freshmen to swipe them into dining halls may need to find somewhere else to eat dinner.
When some students knocked on Zeta Beta Tau’s door Thursday afternoon, they didn’t have to worry about their gender ratio.
Every semester, some undergraduate students have to look to their peers for grades and advice.
On Saturday afternoon, people passing by 34th Street between Walnut and Chestnut streets stopped at the sight of Penn students tackling each other on broomsticks.
Earlier this month, Ben & Jerry’s board of directors declared its support for the Occupy Wall Street protests on its website. Closer to home, the Ben & Jerry’s on campus is trying to balance its support for the company and support from Penn students.
This week, almost 3,000 students will come together to demonstrate their Greek pride.
When Zeta Tau Alpha colonized on campus, the Panhellenic sorority attracted more than just freshmen looking to experience sorority life. Seniors and juniors also chose to join Zeta with less than three semesters left at Penn.