An Ivy League wrestling coach and a Rugby World Cup champion gave students a new stance on combating homophobia Monday night.
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On Monday, world-class English rugby player Ben Cohen sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss the importance of defeating homophobia on and off the field.
Ever thought of throwing away the rest of your dinner in a container filled with worms? In the new eco-kitchen at the Penn Women’s Center, you may find yourself providing a meal to these squirmy animals instead of filling up a garbage bag.
“This is what a feminist looks like.”
A typical day for June Chu consists of waking up early in the morning to teach a spinning class at Pottruck Fitness Center, advising students on their majors and staying up late to answer their emails.
Many students who attended Sunday night’s vigil were sitting in their grade school classrooms when they received news of an event that would reverberate across the world. A decade later, they came together to commemorate the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
This fall, students who apply to Elmhurst College in Illinois will have the option to answer a question about their sexual orientation.
Recently, the Multicultural Greek Council announced newly elected members to its 2011-12 executive board. Jae Barchus, a College junior and member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was elected president of the MGC. He sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to talk about his new position and the MGC.
Following local media coverage of Kahn the camel’s presence and treatment at the Zeta Psi petting zoo during Spring Fling, the University may reexamine its policy on such events.
Penn’s alcohol policy may be up for review, according to leaders in the Greek community.
Some students join Greek organizations to meet more people on campus. Others, in the Multicultural Greek Council, join to meet students from other universities.
Twenty million dollars worth of medieval and renaissance manuscripts will find a home on the 6th floor of Van Pelt Library when it reopens in fall 2012.
This weekend, new members of Zeta Tau Alpha were initiated, and the Alpha Beta chapter of the sorority was recolonized at Penn.
College sophomore En Hao is an economics major with a talent for something more than sketching supply and demand curves — designing and painting shoes.
On Thursday, the Penn’s Greek community came together to celebrate the accomplishments of the past year at the annual Greek Awards.
On Monday, a three-month administrative warning barring Phi Kappa Sigma, or “Skulls,” brothers from fraternity activities was lifted.
Penn students are ready to “Get ‘em to the Greek” this week on campus by showing off their fraternity and sorority pride during Greek Week.
Although the turnout was small, the message Rutgers University Women’s Basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer presented to the audience was big.
It’s not everyday you see students line up an hour early in front of a lecture hall.
Across the globe, four in ten people do not have access to a toilet. Investigative journalist Rose George, along with the Office of the Provost and the Penn Eco-Reps want you to know this during Penn’s Year of Water campaign.