Members of several minority student groups plastered Penn's LOVE statue with notes and flyers describing the experiences of Asian-American women on Thursday night.
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A Penn student was hit by a car at 36th and Chestnut streets at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday while walking to dinner with her friends. The student was not critically injured.
The newly elected 6B — Penn’s six main minority coalition groups — held its first town hall Thursday night to discuss issues surrounding student wellness, faculty diversity, and marginalization on campus.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's podcast, The Trillest, is set to air its second season on Feb. 2 with a theme of love and dating to brand the coming episodes. The first season, which launched in October 2018, discussed a variety of topics related to students at Penn, including women in STE(A)M, spirituality on campus, and social justice.
The main minority coalition groups on campus, commonly known as the 5B, have elected new leaders for 2019. But this year, the 5B will undergo a major change and will now include the Penn Association for Gender Equity, becoming the 6B.
The main minority coalition groups on campus, also known as the 5B, have elected new boards for 2019. This year, the 5B will undergo a major change and will now include the Penn Association for Gender Equity, effectively becoming the 6B. The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed the leaders about their priorities and ambitions for the year.
With the start of sorority and fraternity rush ramping up this week, the Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council, two student-run Greek councils, have elected new leadership for 2019.
Creativity and technology intersect in the University of Pennsylvania’s first cross-campus virtual reality and augmented reality organization: PennImmersive. Formerly a student-run organization, PennImmersive is now a Penn Libraries initiative that has been exposing students to virtual reality throughout the past semester.
The University of Pennsylvania's Pottruck Health and Fitness Center has been named the second best campus recreation center in the U.S. by College Consensus, a college rating and review aggregator.
Assembly of International Students holds first ‘night market’ to showcase diverse cultures through food
The Assembly of International Students held its first International Night Market and sold global dishes from various cultural groups on campus.
The Ian McHarg Center of the Penn School of Design has received a $1.25 million donation from 1993 PennDesign graduate Barbara Wilks.
Hill College House has come a long way from being designated as one of the "most-loathed" dormitories in the country. This week, its $80 million renovation was given the Award of Merit for Renovation/Restoration from the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Engineering News-Record, a Manhattan-based magazine that analyzes and provides news for the international construction industry.
President Donald Trump returned to the city of his alma mater to boast about a booming economy in Philadelphia before thousands of electrical contractors from across the nation.
A Penn graduate student aims to create social impact here in Philadelphia through her new startup Fulphil.
New research shows that today’s generation of young adults are drinking less alcohol than they did decades ago.