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Student Life

05/13/16 1:29am
We went year-by-year to look at what events have influenced the formative years of this weekend's newly minted graduates.
05/13/16 1:20am
An apparent computer glitch may have affected around 100 rooms.
05/13/16 1:18am
Plans that hopeful high school seniors write on their college applications rarely end up falling in line with what they actually do at Penn.
05/03/16 10:33pm
The flooding began with a broken sprinkler in room 713, residents and Facilities and Real Estate Services workers on the scene said.
04/30/16 12:22am
On Hey Day, scores of juniors were blocked from entering the Quad with some witnesses even describing a tense standoff between Penn Police, AlliedBarton security guards and the boisterous students.
04/28/16 3:32pm
Some students are trying to streamline the paper process by adopting a completely electronic system instead.
04/28/16 2:51am
A year after "Hey Day 100," students from the Class of 2017 are also celebrating "100" in their Hey Day celebration. But how can two classes celebrate the same anniversary?
04/28/16 2:46am
Environmentally-conscious and thrifty, College junior Wayne Schmitt created the Facebook group Free Food at Penn in February, designed to connect Penn students to free food on campus.
04/27/16 9:58pm
This past Monday, the newly-formed LGBT Health and Wellness Working Group held its first meeting. The group operates as part of the LGBT Center Advisory Council, which also oversees other working groups focused on development, faculty diversity and student engagement. 
04/27/16 9:38pm
The card game company, known for its crude and unusual antics like selling a box of bull feces literally labeled “Bullshit” on Black Friday, offered her a full four-year scholarship to earn her STEM degree.
04/27/16 9:04pm
Originally, the Social Planning and Events Committee to Represent Undergraduate Minorities planned its annual spring concert featuring YG, Metro Boomin and Kamaiyah to be held on Wednesday night.
04/27/16 2:43am
Tuesday began early for College junior Leopold Spohngellert, one of the many Penn students leading get-out-the-vote efforts on the morning of the Pennsylvania primary.
04/27/16 2:37am
The five stages of grief may make sense on paper, but in practice people rarely fit this mold. Everyone’s experience with grief is unique.
04/27/16 2:36am
One brave (or overzealous?) Daily Pennsylvanian reporter rose before dawn to watch the democratic process at work across campus. 
04/27/16 2:35am
In early April, around 200 accepted LGBTQ students and allies received emails from members of Penn's queer community, telling them about the wide variety of LGBTQ resources that Penn offers.
04/27/16 2:34am
Lori Landew, 1984 College graduate and entertainment lawyer with the Philadelphia-based law firm Fox Rothschild, has been named to Variety Magazine’s esteemed Power of Women New York Impact Report.
04/27/16 2:34am
At Take Back the Night on April 7, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush explained how students could use the Penn Guardian app to anonymously report sexual assaults.
04/27/16 2:33am
On Wednesday evening, students in Foundations of Public Health (HSOC 251) gathered to share their research and recommended solutions for Penn students’ health concerns in Penn’s first Public Health Undergraduate Symposium.
04/26/16 2:02am
The curtains opened as the pitch black darkness brightened to reveal flashing shades of deep crimsons, sparkling golds, and jet blacks.
04/26/16 2:00am
The Graduate School of Education won a $138,000 grant earlier this month to study the law school admissions market.