Student Life

11/05/18 4:14am
The Assembly of International Students aimed to showcase an array of foods that represent different cultural organizations through the event.
10/29/18 1:43am
Three sophomore students all said that their previous internship experience in Israel inspired them to start the club.  
10/25/18 5:41am
Gazzaniga is an author of many standard Penn introductory psychology and neuroscience textbooks.
10/17/18 5:56am
The Penn Manuscript Collective is a group of undergraduate students who transcribe a rich assortment of the various manuscripts the University owns.
10/16/18 4:57pm
The seventh annual Ivy League Future of Food Conference emphasized innovation, self-critique, and adoption of plant-based or clean meat diets as a solution to a host of pressing issues.
10/16/18 3:29am
Blaze Bernstein, a College sophomore, died in a homicide in January this year. Sam Woodward, a 21-year-old who attended the same high school as Bernstein, is currently being held in connection to his murder. 
10/10/18 3:54am
This year, Penn's annual flu clinic that administers flu vaccines is free for all Penn students, faculty, staff, and post-doctorate students.  
10/01/18 5:52am
Two freshmen were acquitted of violating Nominations and Elections Committee's Fair Practices Code and were subsequently elected to positions of Wharton Chair and VP of Finance for Class Board 2022. 
09/29/18 7:48pm
Yale has revoked its six-year rule that off-campus parties of more than 50 people be registered and that there be a designated 'host' to take legal responsibility for the event. 
09/21/18 4:54pm
The rally, which Obama will be headlining, is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and is for the reelection of United States Senator Bob Casey and Governor Tom Wolf, both of whom are Democrats. 
09/09/18 9:41pm
UTime, launched by Wharton and Engineering sophomore Dylan Diamond, provides mobile access to students' class schedules and makes it easier to share the schedule with friends.
09/07/18 1:43am
Of the 27 fraternities under Penn's Interfraternity Council, only three chapters are not included in the North-American Interfraternity Conference and therefore will not be affected by the ban. 
09/06/18 2:31pm
The announcement of Huntsman Hall's nightly closing at 2 a.m. – an effort by the Wharton administration to improve campus wellness – sparked widespread student criticism in the past two weeks. 
09/06/18 3:32am
Administrators created Smith's new role, in part, to help counter the number of currently vacant positions with VPUL. 
09/04/18 2:12am
Haley Pilgrim, the new Graduate and Professional Student Assembly President, plans to focus on mental health, sexual harassment, and civic engagement this summer.
08/30/18 3:57am
This fall, only 194 students are abroad — the lowest number in recent history. Of the 194 students, 55 of them are seniors.
08/30/18 1:59am
Kings Court English House, DuBois College House, and Gregory College House do not have air-conditioning, and residents have been competing to sleep in the few cool spots in the dorms.
08/29/18 1:44am
The National Weather Service predicts that the heat will abate by 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28.
08/28/18 12:14am
Houston Market’s construction was officially completed Aug. 19, but the building itself was not open to students until the first day of classes on Aug. 28. 
08/24/18 2:34am
On June 28, Gutmann released a statement referring to the findings of both the student researchers and the working group recognizing the role of slavery in the University's past.