Freshmen criticize superficial campaign goals and politicking, but appreciated face-to-face time with classmates.
Penn’s singing groups may be large in number, but one sound in particular has begun to separate itself from the noise.
As the semester draws to a close, students studying abroad took a moment to reflect back on their best and worst memories from their semesters.
Faculty and administration will display Penn Wellness Partner stickers on office doors and windows to signal that they are knowledgeable and willing to assist students.
Members of Penn fraternity Zeta Beta Tau participated in No-Shave November for the second year in a row.
The ranking rates sexual health resources and information available to students on their campuses.
The change was made to avoid overlap between fraternity open rush and sorority recruitment.
On Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council elected a new board to be led by Wharton junior David Moore of Kappa Sigma.
Student leaders, faculty, staff and administrators gathered in Houston Hall on Wednesday afternoon for the third University Council Meeting of the year, and the first open forum.
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