A Penn student has combined her love of fashion and business to create good-humored apparel, from plays on popular logos to photos of Penn landmarks.
A new hair care startup — founded by a Wharton MBA student and a hairdresser — promises to make hairdressers more profitable and hair more healthy.
While other students are heading to Cancun or home for some much needed relaxation, one Penn English major will be traveling on an all-expenses paid trip to work on her novel in a seaside cottage.
It’s finally here. Spring break has arrived, and for many students this means travelling abroad.
A storm system that will track across the middle of the country will sink southward and come up the East Coast, but will not come close enough to dump heavy precipitation on us.
Allocating over two million dollars among various student groups and initiatives is never a straightforward task, but after weeks of negotiations and meetings, the Undergraduate Assembly approved its 2016-2017 budget with relative ease.
Penn and its students have attempted to address the issue of mental health through a task force, multiple new clubs and countless events, but two students are taking a more creative approach.
The five Penn seniors who just won the Thouron award have spent their undergraduate careers studying very different subjects, but now, all have found a path to graduate school in the UK.
In a discussion on Wednesday students broke down the issues of fossil fuel divestment and discussed the morality of investing the University's endowment in fossil fuels.
The discussion at Hillel centered around sexual discovery at summer camp and in other areas of life.
The group offers free weekly yoga classes in Harnwell College House’s rooftop lounge in collaboration with the Live Well program there.
Alternate Spring Break participants plan to break out of the Penn bubble and step into a different United States community for a week filled with service and reflection.
Students who commute — that is, live off-campus with their parents or guardians and travel to Penn each day — can save about $9,060 per year.
The chapter that donates the most to V-Day will be able to co-host a downtown with Castle and OAX.
Leonardo DiCaprio may have waited 23 years for his Oscar, but Penn’s new Opia Film Club is impatient to begin its filming and events.
The Penn Museum has begun to make some history of its own by playing host to the most special day in the lives of numerous couples: their wedding day.
The theme of the conference is “The Future of Community Safety and LGBTQ Pennsylvania,” and many of the conference’s speakers and workshops will focus on ending violence against LGBTQ people, and in particular, transgender women of color.
Last weekend, the student group Penn First returned to the conference that sparked its formation.
The saying “It costs money to make money” even applies to internships.
Best known as the lead voice on Bob’s Burgers and Archer, Benjamin is set to speak at Penn on March 22 at 8 p.m. at the Harrison Auditorium.