For the last night of Hanukkah, Penn Hillel teamed up with more than 40 student groups to organize and host One Day, a campus-wide celebration of Jewish identity.
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Journalist Malcolm Gladwell — bestselling author of “The Tipping Point” and “Outliers”, among others — will take the stage at Irvine Auditorium tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. for the newest installment of the Authors@Wharton Speaker Series.
Strolling down a quiet stretch of Baltimore Avenue yesterday afternoon, one might have heard a faint shuffling of feet and ripping tape inside a small, unassuming house just west of 41st Street.
The Student Sustainability Association at Penn kicked off its fall Green Week yesterday, marking the fourth installment of this weeklong series to raise awareness of environmental issues.
Despite some campus debate about his relevance to social change, many found Ashton Kutcher’s on-stage interview last night — part of the Lauren & Bobby Turner Social Impact Executive Speaker Series — pretty convincing.
This past week and weekend, the Philomathean Society — both Penn’s oldest student group and earliest literary society — celebrated 200 years on campus with a host of events, culminating in a ticket-only gala Saturday night.
To the list of those who have publicly confused the University with Penn State in recent years, add the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Tuesday afternoon, animal rights group Animal ACTivists of Philly rallied at 34th and Walnut streets against the abuse of research animals at Penn and other universities.
This Sunday, the Hong Kong Student Association, in collaboration with the Chinese Students’ Association, will welcome Asian-American rapper MC Jin for a free, public lecture on his music career and his connection to Hong Kong.
Penn’s four Class Boards, Penn Traditions and the Penn Hindu Students Council have come together to introduce a new tradition to campus.
Mental Wellness Week, a series of events engaging students in dialogue about their mental health, kicked off last Friday and will continue through the end of this week.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department, said her son once drew her in a family portrait — as a laptop.
1977 College graduate Jon Kest, a community advocate active in New York and Philadelphia, died of cancer at his Brooklyn home last Wednesday. He was 57.
Dear Daily Pennsylvanian,
For transfer students, securing a desirable housing situation poses a unique set of challenges that other students may not face.
One student’s garbage is another student’s furniture.
When David Adelman was 11 years old, he used to play basketball with Alan Horowitz, a family friend and founder of student housing provider Campus Apartments.
Yesterday, the School District of Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission voted to approve the sale of three of the district’s 12 vacant properties.
Earlier this year, Cara Blouin bemoaned what she considered a lack of political “dialogue” in theater.
Pennsylvania witnessed a decisive victory for the Democrats in state elections yesterday.