While multiple University initiatives strive to protect open expression on campus, some students find it difficult to speak their beliefs
A Wednesday rally organized by Fossil Free Penn aimed to draw the University Council’s attention to a forthcoming proposal for Penn to divest from fossil fuels.
A quarter of 2014 Penn graduates took jobs in finance despite renewed concerns about mental health due to employee deaths in the industry.
The Penn Coffee Club is a Wharton graduate student organization that gives students the opportunity to bond over their shared love of coffee. Started three years ago, the club now has over 60 members and a three-person board.
On Wednesday, a group of around 20 students gathered at the LGBT Center to discuss sexual violence in the community, following a recent survey showing a low report rate of the crime.
Students who worked for Philadelphia nonprofit organizations this past summer share their favorite perks.
At a local elementary school on Oct. 23, members of Penn's Stimulus Children's Theater, or STIM, performed numbers from their upcoming Fall Show “Junie B. Jones: The Musical” as their community show.
Bringing a dog to your off-campus home might seem appealing, but current dog owners say it's a lot more work than imagined.
The University’s largest ensemble has a new man at the helm, and the music department couldn’t be more pleased.
Bon Appetit says they are willing to go to great lengths to accommodate students with special dietary needs, though it relies on students to reach out for help.
One class assignment involves posting a Snapchat story.
Three up-and-coming artists — Cousin Stizz, Spzrkt, and Tory Lanez — will hit the Rotunda for a performance on Nov. 5
The event hosted students from twelve different Philadelphia-area high schools, technical schools and even an international school.
The Campaign launched last spring, and will focus on addressing issues among students that may cause disagreement.
New members will fill the roles of two resigning members.
Penn Dining contends that the Gourmet Grocer provides a Penn-unique grocery service.
Serena Williams will speak in Irvine Auditorium on Wed., Nov. 4 at 8 pm
A name reflects where a group comes from, who they serve and what they stand for.
Over the past few years, a number of cities around the country have put restrictions on styrofoam use in food trucks.
The co-founder says it is possible that the members may decide to sit down and endorse another candidate in the future.