The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Paideia program will offer courses next spring at Penn for the first time, touching on issues from civil discourse to Chinese-American history to the psychology of perseverance.
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Two students from the Stuart Weitzman School of Design were named the first scholars of the Moelis Fellowship program, an initiative which launched this fall at PennDesign.
From a fashion designer who creates her own clothing to an engineer who raps in his free time, black undergraduate students at Penn are showcased in Faces of Black Penn, a new magazine created by the Black Student League to celebrate diversity in the black community.
PAGE's annual “Body Reclamation Week” broadened its focus this year to include programming that centered on systems that strip women of their bodily autonomy — a shift from previous years' "Love Your Body Week."
Wharton senior Jordan Williams first had the idea to write a book about personal growth last December. Seven months later, he published it.
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded grants two Penn professors and a Penn librarian this fall.
Linda Rabben, 1974 College graduate, spoke at Penn about her new book on sanctuary and asylum and shared stories of migrants she met at the United States-Mexico border on Tuesday evening.
From rooftop grills and movie theaters to fitness centers and study lounges, new luxury apartments are springing up in University City.
Penn professor George Pappas was elected to be a fellow of the International Federation of Automatic Control.
A new class lets students learn about Japanese culture and religion by watching anime and reading manga.