Many of the conference’s workshops and sessions focused on the challenges of identifying with multiple minority groups as well as the experiences of less well-represented populations.
Members of the Wharton Work/Life Integration Project's student advisory board hope to connect students to the quality of life research done by the project to foster self-actualization in the student body.
Despite the variety of niche groups on campus, some students discovered a void that needed to be filled: the absence of safe spaces that welcome all women across Penn.
“Free two-day shipping” are familiar words for any Amazon Prime user. For Penn students, however, the promise of a speedy delivery often translates into extra days of delay and frustration.
The fall activities fair was a huge and festive celebration, with hundreds of organizations lining Locust. But where was the spring activities fair?
Did you remember to take your medicine? Thanks to Student Health Services’ new policy, maybe you won’t.
Wharton sophomore Laura Gao recently launched her own company Draw Street Journal which designs and sells laptop decals, many of which are Penn-themed. She spoke with the Daily Pennsylvanian about her inspiration behind the project and owning her own website.
When College seniors Sophia Hu and Connor McLaren first stepped onto Locust Walk four years ago, they were the first signing Deaf students to enter Penn in over 15 years.
A panel of Penn faculty and students came together to discuss classroom culture on campus and how perceived insensitivities regarding race, religion and sexual orientation have the potential to create uncomfortable learning environments.
The event, titled "Laws Without Morals Are Vain: Open Expression," references Penn’s motto and questions the validity of free speech inside and outside the classroom.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Feb Club, a month-long series of events exclusively for seniors that takes place all over Philadelphia and beyond.
In his piece, Moroz described Michael Brown as “at worst, justifiably killed, and at best, a thug.”
Since getting his name out at Penn a year ago, Asemani has co-founded a clothing line and released songs and videos.
What is it really like to live as a Penn student of Muslim faith in today’s contentious climate?
Five students and three faculty members will engage in the discussion, titled “Race, Respect, and Classroom Culture” moderated by economics and law professor Wendell Pritchett.
Alpha Chi Omega has made no tangible steps toward recolonizing since the vast majority of its members deactivated to join OAX last spring.
Lower credit requirements for some majors can encourage students to pursue interdisciplinary study.
Lambda Alliance, the umbrella organization for LGBTQ+ constituent groups on campus, held board elections in November.
A former iteration of the council failed to please administrators because of the proposal to levy sanctions on Greek organizations for instances of cultural insensitivity.