With the help of the Undergraduate Assembly, high-rise dwellers may be a step closer to getting faster elevators.
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Want to get up close and personal with sophomore class president Brett Perlmutter? Looking for a stop watch that counts down until spring break?
Don't worry, M's got your back: Penn students now have a "license to fling."
The results are in: A recent Undergraduate Assembly survey on condoms shows that, when it comes to that special moment, Penn students reach for "America's Most Trusted Condom."
He's using YouTube, he's taking Facebook by storm. This alumnus wants to fix the high rise elevators so badly that he's willing to disregard University policy in his quest for a faster commute to class.
A group of students gather in an open field, at either end of which stand three hula-hoops painted gold and attached to 2x4s.
College freshman Jessica Wolfe boarded a flight home to Denver, Co., at 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 20.
Have you always struggled with foreign languages?
Political newcomer Michael Gessner (R) is challenging incumbent Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) for the House of Representatives seat in Pennsylvania's 2nd District, which includes the University.
Four of the most powerful women in Penn's administration have had to face the difficulties of being among the first minority women in their positions.
Veronica Medina knew for many years that she was a lesbian, but was still married with three children until her mid-30s.
Larry Gagosian, whom Art Review magazine called "the world's greatest art businessman," never actually planned on getting into the art business.