Like on U.S. college campuses, the majority of sexual assault victims in study abroad are women.
Classless TV, a comedy web series group on campus funded by the Kelly Writers House, has a new web series out this year called "Screwed."
The most recent broadcast was held on Monday evening.
College and Wharton sophomore Sami Petros has seen the issues firsthand.
The Ware resident died on Sunday in Miami.
Three of the fifteen incoming board members are abroad.
Penn prides itself for being a diverse campus, but some black students have a mixed perspective on the matter
Five students work for Penn's Office of Communications as "visual storytelling" interns
After three years of paying tuition, some seniors view their Greek life dues to be a disposable expense.
Penn Thanks is a Facebook page where students can post anonymous compliments about their friends
For some students, visiting Penn wasn't feasible before they made their college decisions
The fellowship hopes to provide free music lessons to Penn students living in college houses if they complete a final performance-based project.
Last Thursday, College freshman Natalie Breuel’s hands shook as she walked onto the stage at a black tie charity gala for the anti-gun violence Brady Campaign.
On Friday, the Undergraduate Assembly hosted College Day, during which 34 eighth grade students from Henry C. Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia had the opportunity to come to Penn and learn more about life at college.
Epsilon Eta plans to be more of a service and education-based group rather than one heavily involved in Penn’s party scene.
A public discussion about the findings of this survey was held in Houston Hall as a safe space for a dialogue about sexual and interpersonal violence.
College junior Kiri Baga lives two exceptional lives: one as a world class figure skater and another as an Ivy league undergraduate.
For some, taking six classes a semester is a necessity. For others, it’s a satisfying choice.
In honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, Out4Biz, Wharton’s LGBT MBA student club, invited students and faculty to wear stickers printed with various gender pronouns in an event called "Where Your Pronouns."
In January, College Junior Michelle Guefen founded J*Stage Theatre Company — Penn’s newest acting group.