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In the aftermath of the 45th presidential election, tension and anxiety are heavy in the campus atmosphere. Many students are taking to social media to voice their worries and discontent.
As if this year's World Series couldn't get crazier — the Chicago Cubs' very own starting pitcher for Game 7, Kyle Hendricks, once pitched against Penn as a member of Dartmouth's Big Green baseball team.
Election Day is less than a week away, and the issue of student debt is weighing on young voters' minds more than ever.
Middle of the semester got you in a rut?
Over 5,000 faculty from Pennsylvania's state-owned universities went on strike today, leaving students confused, upset and ready to party.
Many prospective Ivy League students take as many Advanced Placement classes and participate in as many extracurriculars as possible, but a new report says that kindness and community service are becoming more important in the admissions process.
Given Harvard's endowment of 36.7 billion dollars — the largest of any university in the U.S. — it begs the question as to why Harvard still charges undergraduates for tuition. But a new slate of candidates for Harvard's Board of Overseers is looking to change that.
How much does a makeover cost? For Hill College House, the price is $80.5 million, but Hill’s renovation is more like a full-on structural surgery.
Think that living on-campus is too expensive? Well, 73 percent of on-campus residences will have lower or equal pricing next year.
It's not uncommon to find students passed out on their textbooks in Huntsman Hall — finding coffee and food to make it through the late-night study hours is a growing challenge.
It's raining, it's pouring — inside Harnwell College House.
“Vegan,” “vegetarian,” “made without gluten-containing ingredients” — with all these labels and more, Bon Appétit tries to help students with severe allergies and dietary restrictions navigate dining facilities.
Organic fruit, cases of Redbull and yo-yos — with all these items and more, Gourmet Grocer fills a dining niche at Penn and has plans to improve after the renovations under 1920 Commons are completed.
As nightly temperatures begin to drop below 50 degrees, Penn buildings are saying goodbye to the summer and transitioning from air conditioning to heating.
A new housing rate structure will make on-campus living cheaper for some, but more expensive for others.
Penn’s 1,000 varsity athletes need to eat, too — Penn Dining is working with Penn Athletics to strengthen cross-departmental ties and increase school spirit.
Faculty residing in college houses learn to combine family and pets with a setting of noisy college students. Several faculty members living in college houses shared their experiences with The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Tired of eating at 1920 Commons in silence, awkward elevator rides and the rush of unfamiliar faces down Locust Walk? TableTalk, which started at Emory University in fall 2014 and came to Penn last semester, hopes to increase interactions among Penn’s diverse student body.
Penn institutionalized the health frenzy on Sept. 21 by becoming the first Ivy League university to join the Healthier Campus Initiative, the collegiate branch of the Partnership for a Healthier America.