Students say wristbands had the potential to leave people out, because of their price and limited quantity.
In the coming week, MERT is working to show that their organization is even more than late night rescuers, through their inaugural First Aid Week, which stretches from Sunday to Friday.
The Asian Pacific Student Coalition — the umbrella organization for Asian and Pacific Islander groups — is teaching freshmen to leap into action through its program, Leadership in Events and Programming.
The Penn Haven Co-op, located on Woodland Avenue, is a vegan cooperative living community that values local engagement and conscious living.
For many Penn students, post-graduation plans begin to cast their shadow early, in a hazy and frequently terrifying way. Some manage to ease the anxiety with an unambiguous post-grad trajectory.
An estimated 3,000 students from Drexel, Penn, Temple and other colleges stood in front of McDonald's and marched down to the Market Street Bridge.
The Benjamin Franklin Scholars program promises to offer undergraduates a fulfilling, intellectually rigorous way to pursue their interests at Penn, but some students say the program could use improving.
College junior Adam Cohen was named a 2015 Truman Scholar, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation announced on Wednesday.
The event, which aims to celebrate the power, accomplishments and beauty of black women and girls has come under fire in the past from critics who claim the event promotes reverse racism.
As hundreds of prospective Penn students flood campus for Quaker Days, current students are gearing up for the wildest weekend of the year.
Is it better to get into Penn and exhaust every option to afford it, or is it better to simply get rejected because of your inability to pay? This is a serious question that many international students ask themselves when applying to Penn.
AXO nationals compared off-campus organizations to knock-off Tory Burch handbags.
The club’s mission is to start and increase dialogue between students, particularly those who would never interact under ordinary circumstances
Specific and accurate nutritional information on dining hall food is not readily available.
More students than ever are staying in Philadelphia after graduation.
Penn's Critical Writing Program has the largest number of full-time instructors this year in its entire history.
Three new members will join recently elected president Jane Meyer and vice president Ray Clark on the Undergraduate Assembly’s new executive board.
The donation will be used to establish the Price Lab for Digital Humanities, which aims to be this “hub” for humanities research that uses computer technology to aid students and faculty.
The conference occurred as Obama met Cuban President Raúl Castro.
Don’t worry if dining hall food tastes stale to you — a series of changes are already coming to Penn Dining’s dining plans for fall 2015 semester.