English lecturer Kenneth Goldsmith performed his poems with a unique twist at the White House on Wednesday as part of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Evening of Poetry.”
Hemo's, known for its sandwiches and hot sauce, will move from its truck to restaurant space and expand its menu options this summer.
Pulitzer winner and 1985 College graduate Jennifer Egan reflects on her time at Penn.
As Penn’s chapter of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, the group assists Iraqis who fled Iraq because of threats to their safety. These refugees were either employed by American or international forces during the war or feared persecution for their ethnicity or religion.
Wednesday morning, juniors in matching red shirts, canes and straw hats marched down Locust Walk to be proclaimed seniors by Penn President Amy Gutmann.
While Penn policies on free speech and open expression have allowed students to speak out about race, they have also sparked campus-wide controversies.
The Wharton Business Plan Competition, now in its 13th year, offered three prizes to students' business proposals.
The Backup Child Care Program, which begins July 1, will provide child care for student parents in emergencies.
During move-out, students can donate their unused or gently used items for a sale that will raise money for Goodwill.
Penn Activists Coming Together hosted “WTF, Penn?,” an event in which a group of speakers discussed the school’s stance on issues that have moral implications for the outside community.
Amna Nawaz, an NBC news producer and video journalist, recounted her experiences in the field Monday evening.
Senior Jewish Educator Rabbi Joel Nickerson will be leaving his post at Hillel to become the assistant rabbi at Temple Isaiah, a Reform synagogue in Los Angeles.
Doctors Without Borders board member Kelly Grimshaw spoke about the nature of disaster response in Claudia Cohen Hall on Monday evening.
Keds — which is running a two-day promotional event on Penn's campus Monday and Tuesday — is just one of many companies that use student ambassadors to market on college campuses.
The teach-in, organized by Penn Activists Coming Together, aims to confront the University’s morally ambiguous policies and build a community of activists.
While treatment of five-year-old camel Kahn at Zeta Psi's annual Spring Fling petting zoo sparked controversy, an investigation cleared the fraternity of any wrongdoing.
Unlike most Greek organizations on campus, six of twelve organizations in the Multicultural Greek Council have members from schools in the surrounding area as well as Penn.
After a silent protest against racism last week, students are finding ways to increase awareness and sustain dialogue about race on campus.
Since March 15, the Latino Coalition and Latina-interest sorority Lambda Theta Alpha have been collecting prom dresses for girls in the New York-based Graham Windham agency.
'India: Gaining Momentum' was the theme of the 15th annual Wharton India Economic Forum, held Friday.