The Student Activities Council is responsible for allocating more than $800,000 to more than 140 student groups across campus that received funding this year. And it is in serious need of reform.
Just when you thought politics were getting boring again, Sarah Palin burst back onto the political scene this week with her new book.
Many of us know someone running the 26.2 miles this weekend, and most of us think that they are insane.
“I hate my life,” or “Eff my life” seem like such melodramatic and inappropriate things to say. Eff my life? Really?
Fellows in Building Intercultural Communities, a new program, can bridge the divides among the diverse communities at Penn.
Penn students should become more involved in the DREAM Act.
When I came to Penn, I couldn’t tell you the difference between Plato and Cicero. Moreover, I wasn’t sure why it mattered.
The historically-black institution and alma mater of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has implemented an “Appropriate Attire Policy”
As a total geek, librarians have been some of my best friends. Bert Chapman, a Purdue librarian, will never be one of them.
As a social art form, storytelling is unique in its ability to attract a wide variety of both participants and actors. But most importantly, it teaches us to do something we often forget to do — sit back, and listen to what someone else has to say.
It’s that time of year! The onset of winter weather, the realization that your class has a second (or third) midterm, and those Halloween pictures you forgot about reappearing on Facebook: Yep, advanced registration is here.
Before I could complete my story, one friend interrupted, “Oh, I’ve already seen the pictures on Facebook.”
After years of work, six universities — including Penn, Harvard and Yale — committed to make desperately needed medicines more accessible to developing countries.
Navigating Student Financial Services is a complicated task for any student. But for the Latino community, it can be much harder.
The irony of a Jewish girl getting excited about the Christmas season will come as no surprise to many Penn students.
“The South Will Rise Again” is a phrase that evokes reminders of a dark and bitter chapter in American history — and it has no place at the sporting events of a public university.
Last year 3,833 people voted on campus. This year only 171 people took the 20 minutes needed to cast a vote.
What if your employer knew more about you than you did? Sounds scary, but it could happen in the near future.
What amuses me most about the SEPTA situation is how liberals oppose strikes when they become an inconvenience.
The hoopla surrounding Obama was clearly just delayed.