This year, Penn received more LGBT-flagged regular decision applications compared to last year’s round of admissions.
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On Friday, more than 100 middle and elementary school students from the Philadelphia area learned what it is like to spend a day in the life of a college student.
The Pan-Asian American Community House will most likely have to wait until the next school year to welcome in a new director.
While the issue of undocumented immigration has been widely debated throughout the Penn community recently, a more subtle question has been brought up for discussion on campus — the deportation of legal permanent residents.
Head down, eyes averted and scared.
In a surprising turn of events, the Office of the Vice Provost for University Life announced that a basketball megastar may soon fill the vacant position of Pan-Asian American Community House director.
Director of the LGBT Center Bob Schoenberg has seen history change in front of his eyes, and the after-effects have left him impressed by what has become.
For Wharton junior Dan Wolfe, this week marks the culmination of almost an entire academic year’s worth of work.
College freshman Danielle Shapira knew that she was eventually going to serve in the Israel Defense Forces at some point in her life. She’d been taught all throughout her childhood that as an Israeli citizen, it was one of her duties to protect her country.
Not long after shells had rained down on Yeonpyeong Island off the coast of South Korea in 2010, College junior Ryan Kwon lay in bed in a combat uniform with camouflage smeared across his face, clutching a rifle to his chest.
College junior Jonathan Kim was more than aware of the existence of bullying based on race and ethnicity.
This past weekend, Penn students took a bus up to Brown University to attend the third annual IvyQ conference.
For Penn’s LGBT community, the Undergraduate Assembly’s recent resolution on improving the Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence marked a step in the right direction for Penn.
Same-sex marriage may soon be on its way to the United States Supreme Court.
Penn has seen an increase in the amount of LGBT-flagged applications in the early decision round for the Class of 2016.
Over the past five days, first-year Graduate School of Education student Courtney Hill no longer felt as if she were part of a minority, solely differentiated by her sexual orientation.
While his counterparts were attending large recruitment sessions, second-year MBA student Brian Weigandt found himself enjoying a private dinner with his potential employers — one of the many perks that comes with having access to the networking offered by Penn’s LGBT community.
This week, the Pan-Asian American Community House narrowed down its search for a new director to four candidates.
While he was studying at Crozer Theological Seminary in 1949, Martin Luther King Jr. decided to audit a course about ethics and the history of philosophy at Penn.
A student-created website that is increasingly rivaling Blackboard in the classroom has received a major investment for its future operations.