Besides being the month of Halloween, Fall Break and National Coming Out Day, October is also known as LGBT History month.
At this year’s Boys and Girls Clubs of America gala held in Washington, D.C., College freshman Whitney Stewart was named National Youth of the Year.
The Jewish Heritage Programs is hosting their annual Shabbat for 2,000, where they try to get 2,000 Penn students to simultaneously sit down across campus for Shabbat dinners.
Eighty-three percent of all beds in the college house system will be priced at the lower rate around $9,400 and 17 percent at the higher rate around $13,200.
The pacing and sequence of assignments in the course have significantly changed.
According to the Report of the Task Force on Student Psychological Health and Welfare, which was released Feb. 17, students felt that inconsistencies among the leave of absence policies of the four undergraduate schools led to confusion.
The organization officially launched last week, after training with CAPS professionals, to provide an informal service geared toward validating the daily college issues from an experienced peer.
A new branch of Penn Democrats, the group hopes to raise awareness and increase advocacy for women’s issues.
Welcome to The Radian: Where lush couches, flat-screen televisions and spiral staircases fill duplex lounges, where gyms with state-of-the-art equipment have windows that extend from the floor to the ceiling and where modern kitchens are furnished with the newest appliances.
The Daily Pennsylvanian broke down the pros and cons to help you decide where to live next year.
On Tuesday, the Women In Art Initiative hosted a panel of six artists featured in the “10 Philadelphia Female Artists You Need to Know” by PhillyVoice. The women in the panel included: Kiki Gaffney, Diane Feissel, Hollis Heichemer, Mallory Weston, Leslie Boyd and Katherine Fraser.
On Tuesday, Penn students got the chance to “Meet a Muslim” in Houston Hall and on Locust Walk as part of the Muslim Student Association’s "Islamic Discovery Series."
About 70 percent of Penn students are Mac users.
Dining also supported the opening of the football season on Twitter, and dining halls have featured flyers advertising upcoming games.
The concert will take place at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 at World Cafe Live.
Penn Abroad says that each situation is handled on a case by case basis.
Penn Reflect is a place open to all students to talk whenever they want about whatever they want.
Recent threats of violence towards an unnamed university in the Philadelphia area disrupted the day to day activities at Penn.
As many teens spent the summer balancing internships, classes, and beach outings, one Penn student was busy questioning a foreign head of state.
Many undergraduate students with varied interests can develop their skills as researchers and relationships with faculty by taking part in the Penn Museum internship program