Ben Bolnick was a few weeks away from graduating in the spring of 2016, and although he had been accepted to Penn Law School, he deferred enrollment for a year and had no idea what he’d be doing in the meantime.
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Every year, Locust Walk buzzes with excitement during the SAC Activities Fair, as students shout and wave flyers to attract eager freshmen to their organizations.
Students and administrators came together on Friday to discuss the process, experience and often misinformation surrounding leaves of absence at Penn.
When Giang Nguyen, the director of Student Health Service, saw that the University of Pennsylvania was ranked No. 10 on a list of universities with the worst sexual health, he was puzzled.
The first page that precedes the glossy photographs and pages of sobering text in “33 to 40” contains a dedication that reads simply, “To the spirit of creation.” The motto explains the driving force for a couple of Penn students in creating the book “33 to 40,” the student fashion guide turned Penn time capsule.
Watching pornography in Huntsman Hall, playing hide and seek in a campus building and blasting explicit rap music on a dozen computers might seem like features in the dream of a sleep-deprived Penn student rather than a class taught by a renowned poet at an Ivy League university.
President Amy Gutmann welcomed the Class of 2020 to the University of Pennsylvania on Monday.
Looking to make friends, build experience and have a good time? Look no further than Penn’s wealth of student groups.
Many were shocked to find out that Brock Turner received only a six-month prison sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious 22-year-old woman at Stanford, but campus leaders at Penn involved in communities of sexual violence survivors were not surprised.
When the name Lin-Manuel Miranda came up as a possible candidate for commencement speaker, it was met with support, particularly from Penn President Amy Gutmann, who had seen the now Tony award-winning creator and star of Hamilton on its opening night.
Every couch and table was filled in Harnwell College House rooftop lounge on Tuesday as students gathered to engage in an open dialogue about mental health as part of the #TableTalkTuesday initiative launched by TableTalk Penn.
This spring, Penn awarded three Penn seniors up to $100,000 each to implement projects that they hope will change the world. Here's a look at each of the winners:
Students poured into Houston Hall’s Bodek Lounge on Thursday, filling up the rows of chairs, dozens standing to the side and sitting on the floor.
Physician and anthropologist Paul Farmer called on American research universities to do more to support global health equity on Wednesday.
Two yoga teachers with a vision, College sophomore Karen Zhao and Wharton junior Natalia Chadee, aim to engage the larger Penn community in meditation and yoga.