Unresponsive elevators are fast becoming a thing of the past for Harnwell College House residents, though they may experience inconvenience on the way up.
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Penn hopefuls in high school have yet another college guide at their fingertips - literally.
Mill Creek Farm is not much different from any other farm.
Financial firms aren't the only companies being taken over these days. Come Oct. 1, Bucks County Coffee, the popular student cafe and campus alternative to Starbucks, will become Saxbys Coffee.
For the next year and a half, a new sound will be coming from the music building on 34th and Walnut streets - that of construction.
As the first undergraduate student to curate a major exhibit at Penn's Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, College senior and graduate sub-matriculate student in Anthropology Abby Seldin is in a league of her own.
Athletes weren't the only members of Penn's community participating in the Olympics last month in Beijing.
Hostels aren't just for backpacking through Europe. Now they're in our own backyard.
Gas prices aren't the only costs that are skyrocketing.
About 2,430 new students from all 50 states and every continent except Antarctica will arrive at Penn in the next several days, bearing New Student Orientation wristbands and an anticipation of their next four years on campus.
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words - and that's what Amy Hillier, a Penn assistant professor in City & Regional Planning, is hoping to show through a mural honoring the writings of civil rights activist W.E.B DuBois.
It was their turn to play, and play they did.
Can't use up all your meals? You're not alone.
The Undergraduate Assembly elected College sophomore Claire Choi as its new secretary for the 2008-2009 executive board last night. Choi won in a vote of nine to eight against College sophomore Benny Laitman.
Green is the new red and blue - at least, that's the message Penn is hoping to instill in incoming students before they even set foot here.
The Undergraduate Assembly elected its new executive board for the 2008-2009 school year last night after a six-hour meeting that was open to the public.
The governor and mayor of Philadelphia aren't the only political leaders endorsing a candidate for the upcoming presidential primary.
The Undergraduate Assembly adjourned for the year last Sunday night after wrapping up several pieces of legislation from this past year.
Penn asked why, and the Social Planning and Events Committee answered - with fried Oreos, a cappella performances, human bowling and two days of full-out partying.
For Wharton freshman Alex Hill, the trek to class every morning takes about an hour - by SEPTA.