Deaf College senior Sophia Hu is also an active member of the Penn Rugby team (Video Producer Susanna Jaramillo)
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On Monday, OAX gave bids to its first pledge class since the majority of Alpha Chi Omega moved off campus and formed the new group in April.
Next semester will mark the launch of the Penn Wellness Partners program, one of the many programs intended to promote conversation between faculty and students.
As high school graduation approached, College sophomore Shelby Barlow was one of the few students in her small Mississippi town preparing to leave the state for college.
The Undergraduate Assembly has been discussing the possibility of a new discussion-focused RA/GA program in light of the troubling results of the AAU Campus Climate Survey.
The University of Virginia chapter of Phi Kappa Psi filed a $25 million lawsuit on Monday against Rolling Stone magazine.
The Student Activities Council announced College junior Jeremy Cohen as its new chair on Nov. 1. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Cohen, who will lead SAC until next October, to discuss his plans for the upcoming year.
For college freshmen, the fall semester typically marks a series of welcoming activities — orientation, student trips and floor events. But at Cornell University, approximately 125 students will join the community in January 2016 through its First-Year Spring Admission program.
It only took Engineering junior Sarah Poehlmann a 15 minute bike ride every morning to see the dramatic shift from Penn’s idyllic campus to the multi-unit row houses of West Philadelphia.
The beginning of the school year always signals the familiar start of election cycles. Flyers crowd freshman dorm walls and eager students file into Huntsman Hall, anxious to hear election results.
For most high school seniors, the month of March marks an anxious finale to their college application process. But James Madison High School senior Katharine Filipovic hopes to fast-track the waiting game.
At Stanford, it’s called ”duck syndrome.” At Penn, students casually refer to it as the “Penn Face.” These expressions, which students use to describe when they act happy and self-assured even while sad or stressed, have become the status quo at elite universities.
Penn may have dropped another spot in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, but the Penn community tends to believe that a good college is defined by more than just a number.
On Oct. 3, Penn Park will buzz with energy as students celebrate the fourth-annual Skimmerfest. A hallmark Penn tradition featuring free food and live music, the event will feature headliner and electric music duo AlunaGeorge and opener Blind Prism, a student duo from Penn.
On Friday night, 76 eager students finally learned the results of the Class Board and Undergraduate Assembly elections.
Last May, then-College and Wharton senior Jacob Slusser officially walked down Franklin Field with the rest of his graduating class. But this fall, he is back at Penn, completing requirements to graduate at the end of this semester.
In the fall of her freshman year, College junior Tunmise Fawole got to be a part of the Undergraduate Assembly even though she had lost the general elections. The same year, College junior Eric Tepper became a UA member even though he didn’t run for a position.
In 36 hours, Swarthmore College sophomore Rachel Diamond slept for only a total of nine hours, collected more than a dozen items of sponsor-branded free swag and witnessed the greatest supply of free bananas in her life.
Neither of Wharton senior Megan Humes’ parents has graduated college. Between them, they have collectively applied to only one job. But Humes was an excellent student who grew up in an idyllic middle-class neighborhood and was the first person in nine years to get into Penn from her high school. She was excited to join a community of students who shared her own academic ambitions.
Many surprising statistics have come from over 30 gigabytes of private information that hackers leaked from the extramarital affair website Ashley Madison: among America’s top colleges, Cornell has the most registered emails; of the largest tech companies, IBM employees top the charts.