While Penn students attempt to follow the paths of tech giants like Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs by taking time off from school to work on their tech startups, the ultimate decision of whether to return to classes or forgo the degree isn't an easy one.
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For Penn students with international backgrounds, cultural organizations make home seem a little closer.
For some upperclassmen, freshman housing was just the place they crashed after their first frat parties. But for these two couples, their first Penn homes were also the places they met their significant others.
For students who have lost faith in Tinder and OkCupid, a new dating platform has emerged: UPenn Singles Meet.
The Greek Community Judiciary Board will undergo changes to its proposed structure after backlash from administrators, according to an op-ed it wrote on Sept. 11 in The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Though Greek life has seen two organizations go off campus within the past year, the administration will not get in the way of their formation. As of now, there are a total of seven Greek organizations that function without the recognition of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, most recently including the former Alpha Chi Omega and Pi Kappa Phi.
Greek Community Judicial Board to hold fraternities and sororities accountable for cultural insensitivity
Leaders of both Greek and minority organizations have announced the formation of the Greek Community Judicial Board, a body that will hold Greek organizations accountable for issues regarding cultural insensitivity.
David Warren, co-founder of the nonprofit organization TaketheFight, visited Penn on Wednesday to recruit students for a two-year fellowship program launched last week. TaketheFight aims to provide moral support to cancer patients by pairing them with college students who become responsible for helping the patients stay informed about when their doctor’s appointments are, helping them remember what medications to take and helping them fill out their paperwork.
After a difficult semester making the move off-campus, the members of OAX are now planning for recruitment and philanthropy.
This summer, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life announced the appointment of Eddie Banks-Crosson as director, a position he officially assumed on Aug. 17.
For two Penn alumni, Stouffer College House played such an integral role in their college experience that they decided to get married on the steps. Of the many communities on Penn’s campus, the lesser-known college houses of Stouffer and Gregory College House create lasting impressions on residents.
Aside from Spring Fling, New Student Orientation is considered the biggest party weekend of the year among Penn students.
Rachel Levine is close to being the highest ranking transgender woman in Pennsylvania’s state government.
Every time Malcom Gladwell comes to Penn, he shows that he is not afraid of controversy.
The Penn LGBTQ Center for QPenn brought gay-rights and AIDS activist, playwright and author Larry Kramer to Penn on Thursday night. Kramer is the founder of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, or ACT UP, a protest organization that fights for the rights of gay men and raises awareness for the importance of AIDS funding. His most famous novel is called "Faggots," which is known as a provocative depiction of gay culture in New York City before the late 1970s AIDS epidemic.
The faces of the Russian counterculture took the floor last night.
As part of Women’s Week, comedian, writer and actress Jessica Williams headlined a sold-out performance on Feb. 28. Williams is a news anchor on “The Daily Show” and is most famous for her skits relating to the rights of minorities, youth, women and those who identify as LGBTQ.
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