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.
For some it’s spiders, for others it’s clowns — but my irrational fear is needles.
The proposed direct elections for a student-body president have their merits and disadvantages
hough Philadelphia residents do not rely on public transportation as much as New Yorkers do, the impact of losing access to SEPTA’s subways, trolleys and busses could prove to be catastrophic.
There’s a dirty little secret they don’t tell prospective freshmen on campus tours: midterm week? It’s a myth.
A talk at the Women's Center opens eyes about the realities of breast cancer for college women.
Agreeing to disagree is something that politicians could use a little reminding of these days.
In case you didn’t know Homecoming weekend is on the horizon.
Lena Chen, Harvard senior and author of the popular blog “Sex and the Ivy,” knows she will be baby-free til 2014. Is she psychic? Celibate? Nope. She has a brand new baby-fighting friend in her uterus.
One neighborhood's tradition of holding an earlier Halloween to exclude "other" trick-or-treaters is extremely suspect.
When professors say the words "group project," a collective moan rises from the seats. Between class, work, rehearsals and GBMs, it is almost impossible to find a time when all group members are free to meet.