As graduation approaches, there is one phrase I’m hearing over and over, whether it comes from my fellow graduating seniors or my family: “College went by so quickly.”
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You and seven of your freshman-year friends just signed a lease on the perfect Beige Block party house. The only problem is the lease starts in September — and you’ve already decided to take summer classes. Or maybe your lease starts in June but you’ve already put your Wharton education to use and accepted an internship in New York City. Either way, you’ll need to look into subletting.
The student Seng had spoken to was Mariam Durrani, a second-year Graduate School of Education student — and now — the organizer of Yoga for Flood Relief.
This summer in Washington, D.C., Penn President Amy Gutmann led the first meeting of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues — a 13-member group which she was appointed to chair by President Barack Obama in November.
When College junior Sydney Scott was in fourth grade, her mother taught her how to knit. Now, after honing her knitting ability for over 10 years, Scott is using those skills for a good cause.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced that the University has received a gift of $5 million from Emeritus Trustee Stephen Heyman, a Wharton 1959 alumnus. The donation will be used to endow the I. George Heyman University Professorship, a Penn Integrates Knowledge Professorship named after Heyman’s father.
Hundreds gathered Monday to celebrate the life of Wharton junior Owen Thomas, to comfort Thomas’ family and to comfort each other.
This year’s School of Arts and Sciences Commencement guest speaker will be Penn alumnus and Nobel Prize winner George Smith.
In 1984, Tina Turner famously asked the question, “What’s Love Got to Do with It?”
The Social Planning and Events Committee and the Mask and Wig Club announced yesterday that comedian Tom Green will host the 2010 Annual Intercollegiate Comedy Festival.
While many Penn students are spending their first days back from winter break catching up with friends and preparing for the new semester, hundreds of freshman girls are venturing out in the cold in the hopes of becoming sorority sisters.
The pre-trial conference for Domenique Wilson was postponed for a fourth time Wednesday morning.
Following the sexual assault at an off-campus fraternity party last month, men in the Greek system are stepping up efforts to combat rape.
After months of hard work, the Panhellenic Council’s dream of providing warm winter coats to West Philadelphia school children has become a reality.
With the exception of what some spectators described as too much “man-thigh,” this year’s Big Man On Campus competition went off without a hitch.
On Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council held elections to fill its nine board member positions.
Stumbling upon a game of pong on a Thursday night is not surprising for most students — unless the game is in Houston Hall.
With the popularity of movies like Animal House and Old School, the word ‘fraternity’ often conjures images of rowdy guys playing beer-pong in dirty basements.
This weekend, sorority women from the past and present bonded over tea and snacks at Alumnae Panhellenic Tea.
Culture, Character, Friendship and Justice — these are the four founding principles that will be celebrated by Delta Upsilon fraternity next week to commemorate the 175th anniversary of their national organization.