In keeping with Penn’s Year of Health theme, the Penn Undergraduate Health Coalition hosted the University’s first Health and Wellness Fair Friday night.
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Lend them your ears: Penn Masala, Penn’s internationally renowned South Asian all-male a cappella group, will be joining the actors of “Pitch Perfect 2” on the big screen as their musical rivals next May.
A new vegan restaurant recently opened near Rittenhouse Square at 1706 Locust Street — and its owner, Andrea Kyan, wants to teach you how to cook like a vegan.
This summer, College senior Nick Cernek will set the (bicycle) wheels in motion to combat homelessness.
Keep your eyes peeled and hands open to grab copies of the spring 2014 Synapse and Penn Appetit magazines on Locust Walk this week.
“Please get your latkes and sit down,” said Engineering junior and Penn Hillel President Alon Krifcher last night to start off a ceremonial menorah lighting in Steinhardt Hall.
Self-taught Dutch composer, poet and sound artist Jaap Blonk took the Kelly Writers House on a sonic adventure last night, performing a number of historical and self-composed sound poems.
In the basement of Rodin College House, students gathered to share samosas, cups of hot chai tea and conversation about introversion, extroversion and everything in between. This event was the year’s first Chai Chat held by Penn Sangam — an Asian-American community discussion group.
In popular media and culture, Mormonism has often caught a bad rap.