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Penn Women Speak held an event on Tuesday at the Women's Center to provide a space for people to discuss why women feel compelled to compete with each other. | DP File Photo
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While Penn prides itself on diversity, statistics reveal it isn't quite so geographically diverse. | DP File Photo
This past Monday the Kelly Writers House hosted 'LIVE at the Writers House', a radio broadcast that brings together a diverse group of writers on WXPN. | DP File Photo
Penn's board of Trustees met last week and agreed to authorize $74.5 million to be spent renovating Hill College House. | DP File Photo
While some student entrepreneurs will choose to return to Penn after time off, others forgo the degree to continue pursuing their start-ups elsewhere.
A preliminary hearing was delayed for College and Wharton sophomore Lorenzo Bonfiglio, charged with 24 criminal counts including arson. | DP File Photo
Students raised concerns for the Penn Association for Gender Equality, Muslim Student Association, and more at the University Council's most recent meeting.
A possible arson was reported at the Psi Upsilon house on Oct. 23rd. | DP File Photo
The Daily Pennsylvanian created a quiz to test students' knowledge on the meaning behind many terms used on the Penn campus.
The University City Science Center's campus currently extends from 34th to 39th Streets along Market Street. (DP File Photo)
A group of students discussed gender, cultural, backgrounds, and intersectionality at the Penn Women’s Center on Thursday evening as part of a new initiative called the Seneca Safe Space.
Last year, the Penn Biomedical Engineering Society won the Outreach Achievement Award from the BMES national organization. | DP File Photo
In addition to being able to search library catalogues for books and journals, Franklin now offers the ability to directly search the contents of Penn's thousands of databases and e-journals. | DP File Photo
Ann Taylor's LOFT, pictured at its former location, reopened Monday at 36th and Walnut streets. | DP File Photo
The family of Arya Singh is suing the University of Pennsylvania and Amazon.com Inc. because of events surrounding the Nursing student's suicide in 2013.