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Improving cancer drugs, helping patients with chronic diseases and increasing access to health care are just some of the aims of this year’s semi-finalists at the ongoing Penn Wharton Startup Challenge.
Off-campus organization Skulls, known as Phi Kappa Sigma when it was an on-campus fraternity, is in the process of attempting to move back on campus both in name and into their old house.
Lauren Rachel Zeitels, a 2006 College graduate who was one of the two victims of a deadly avalanche in Alberta, Canada, was remembered by friends and family as utterly brilliant.
In the time following Election Day, men have become more aggressive when negotiating with women, a study from the Wharton School found.
The Panhellenic Council is working towards making sorority recruitment more accommodating for transgender students.
At 6:35 p.m. on Wednesday, several Greek houses in the 3900 block of Spruce and Delancey streets experienced power outages after a contractor from the Philadelphia Water Department hit a PECO cable when digging for a sprinkler connection in the 4100 block of Spruce Street.
Penn students face insecurity and frustration following the Department of Homeland Security’s recent policy that restricts passengers flying into the United States from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa from carrying large electronic devices on planes.
Some freshmen at Penn are splitting their time between taking classes and teaching classes.
“Be proud of your roots. We’re rooting for you,” is the sentiment encouraged by the video campaign launched by College freshmen Tiffany Wang and Lisa He Wu.
More time to participate in extracurricular activities may give home-schoolers an edge in applications to the Ivy League.
“Why do you have to be so bougie?” College freshman Pranav Trivedi said when asked about the differences between the resources available to students in the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences.
A positive experience during Quaker Days was a major motivating factor for many students when deciding whether to volunteer to be a host for admitted students this year.
Big-Little week is a major part of sorority pledging season for new members — and their unaffiliated roommates.
While the presidents of several U.S. universities have openly criticized the Trump administration’s policies and top advisors, few have been more outspoken than the president of Trinity Washington University, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway’s alma mater.
At the University Council Open Forum on Wednesday, members of Fossil Free Penn staged a demonstration to speak out against the Penn administration’s continued investment in the fossil fuel industry.
Three Penn students represented the University as part of a youth delegation at the 16th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Bogota, Colombia.
SEPTA’s new smart fare card system will soon be more widespread, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley will be hosting a discussion on “A New Approach to the Middle East” at the Perry World House on March 1 from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
The Panhellenic Council has added a Vice President of Diversity position to its executive board after sorority members requested spaces and dialogues that deal with issues of diversity and inclusion.
The Undergraduate Assembly passed an Election Eligibility Resolution on Jan. 29 that would ensure that members of the organization, once elected, would serve the full one-year term, after nine out of 35 elected representatives this year resigned before the end of their term.