Several students are claiming to be victims of brutality after police broke up a crowd gathered outside a sorority event Thursday night.
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One fraternity's troubles are sometimes another's good fortune.
As a freshman, Conor Daly went from one registered party to another until early in the morning. He'd usually start on Locust Walk, visiting St. Anthony's and Sigma Chi, then maybe off to Alpha Epsilon Pi and Pi Kappa Phi.
The Greek community is serving up spirit this week -- literally.
Need an essay on the Vietnam War? That will be $66. An analysis of The Odyssey? That's $54.
Alumnus Randall Sims may be 55, but he still knows where to find a good party on a Saturday night.
The Alpha Chi Rho fraternity was found collectively responsible for extending its new-member initiation process beyond the established deadline, University officials announced yesterday.
For his 22nd birthday, College senior Matt Paris went bowling.
In an attempt to take a new approach to alcohol use and abuse on campus, student-group leaders will now have to attend a mandatory alcohol-intervention program.
University Police broke up an unregistered party at the Phi Kappa Sigma chapter house early Sunday morning after noise complaints were reported.
Most students know Hamilton College House's Rooftop Lounge as a quiet study area. But this summer, the room was transformed into an elegant wedding hall decorated with linens and fine china.
Sixty cases of Corona Light and 700 people at one party may seem like a recipe for chaos. However, last week's registered Sigma Chi and Delta Kappa Epsilon beach party passed without incident.
Although Tulane University sophomore Ashley Feinstein knew only three people upon arriving at Penn, she soon discovered she had an entire house full of sisters.
The sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta may have painted the walls of the former Delta Tau Delta house salmon-pink and cranberry, but there is still a urinal in every bathroom.
A student-government controversy that began last spring is close to being resolved.
The brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi who were planning to live in their University-owned chapter house will now be taking shelter under four separate off-campus roofs instead.
Some join for the life-long friendships; others come for the parties.
When University President Amy Gutmann reached over to shake hands with College senior Jason Levine at her Inaugural Celebration, the Undergraduate Assembly chairman leaned in for a kiss on the cheek instead.
Controversy over student-government practices at several universities, including Penn, has prompted some to doubt whether a nominations and elections committee can effectively and fairly run an election and make decisions while remaining completely autonomous.