Penn students have curated an exhibit at the Penn Museum highlighting innovations in storytelling across time and cultures.
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On March 28, Baltimore student Mekhi Johnson pulled out his iPhone to check his university decisions on the Ivy League's decision day.
Former Apple CEO and president of Pepsi-Cola visited Huntsman Hall to talk about the importance of innovation and disruption in any field.
Philadelphia was ranked the fourth friendliest city for food truck vendors, according to Food Truck Nation, a project of the United States Chamber of Commerce.
In her return to campus, 2008 School of Arts and Sciences graduate Kim R. Ford spoke to Penn students in Houston Hall about the difficulties of campaign finances and the importance of representing the community over political partisanship on March 16.
A couple of weeks after sorority recruitment, affiliated and non-affiliated alike gathered at Penn Women's Center to discuss the positive and negative aspects of Greek life.
In an environment on campus, and in the broader political landscape, that seems to be becoming increasingly polarized, Penn Political Union aims to provide a platform for students of various backgrounds and political beliefs to freely debate their ideas.
Students have yet another coffee shop to check out this finals season.
Grammy and Tony nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles held a concert in the rooftop lounge of Harnwell College House Tuesday as part of the Get Out The Vote event series.
Three female alums who are leaders in the technology field returned to their alma mater to talk about the importance of networking and the power of being the female voice in the room.
Penn Pakistan Society hosted a candlelight vigil for the 141 people killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar.
The Penn Humanities Forum invited award-winning author Zadie Smith, to discuss her work along with Penn professor Jed Esty yesterday. Smith’s novel “White Teeth” was included in Time magazine’s TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005 list. The event kicked off this year’s Penn Humanities Forum on the theme of “color.”