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As if Pope Francis’ visit in September wasn’t enough, Philadelphia just earned another global distinction.
Since the formation of the new student group Penn Against Gun Violence was announced last week, campus discussion on the already controversial issue of gun rights has intensified. Students have expressed mixed reactions to the group, especially online.
University Chaplain Charles Howard envisions a gun-free world and has a plan to work toward it.
Philadelphia’s newly elected leaders have their sights set on a shared cause: urging nonprofits like Penn to help fund Philadelphia schools.
For most students, midterm season is stressful enough as is.
The Penn Religious Communities Council is teaming up with Penn’s Environmental Sustainability Director Dan Garofalo to discuss ways to make campus ministries be more green.
On Wednesday, a group of around 20 students gathered at the LGBT Center to discuss sexual violence in the community, following a recent survey showing a low report rate of the crime.
On Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden officially announced that he will not be running for presidential office in 2016, striking a disappointing blow to the Penn for Biden group.
This semester, the independent and student-run Progressive Jewish Alliance joins other Jewish organizations on campus.
On Tuesday, Penn students got the chance to “Meet a Muslim” in Houston Hall and on Locust Walk as part of the Muslim Student Association’s "Islamic Discovery Series."
With the job search heating up for most seniors, the decision about where to live next year has come front and center. Here’s a guide to help seniors compare the perks and pits of living in the post-grad hotspots.
As one religious leader makes his way through Philadelphia today, another has cancelled his upcoming visit. On Friday, the Dalai Lama cancelled his October visit to Philadelphia under doctor’s orders.
Despite Penn’s proximity to the heart of Philadelphia, a large majority of Penn students choose to eat, party and stay on campus.
Say hello to Penn for Trump, the latest pro-candidate group to establish itself on campus.
Last night, Penn alumnus and Jesuit priest Father James Martin spoke to a packed audience in the Hall of Flags about Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Philadelphia.
College senior Louis Capozzi recalls Penn’s political scene looking very different during his freshman year than it does now.
"Does sexual harassment factor into women’s ability and motivations to pursue politics?”
The pope is coming to town, and Penn couldn’t be more excited.
About 10 environmental activists braved the rain on Saturday afternoon to protest in front of the PNC Bank on 40th and Walnut streets for financing companies engaged in mountaintop removal coal mining.