For mixed race students, finding racial or cultural groups to identify with can be more of a challenge.
Amidst the interdisciplinary culture that surrounds campus life, students now have another group to consider: the Penn Bioethics Society, in the works since April, has launched and will be holding its inaugural GBM this Wednesday.
The meetings are discussion-based and confidential.
Penn students and the UA recently published a guide explaining how to recycle if you live off-campus.
Business Services and Facilities and Real Estate Services say that we should treat the papal visit like a holy snow storm.
College sophomore Max Levy has become one of youngest voices in Boston’s arts scene.
A guide to food vendors that will be open during the weekend.
The free workshop is open to both Penn students and the public at large.
Rodin United is an attempt at bringing together many different identities for a sustained period of time.
An updated website for Penn Dining includes updated menus, nutrition info and food sources.
The price would be included in the cost of attendance at Penn, and eligible for financial aid coverage if it is beyond one’s expected family contribution.
What do a local Philadelphia artist, a New York based poet and a British photographer have in common? Up through Dec. 27, The Institute of Contemporary Art, located 36th and Sansom streets, will be featuring the three artists in its fall exhibition.
The Penn Glee Club has just made their first outside hire in over half a century — and is welcoming its first new director in 15 years.
Between 20 to 25 percent of Penn's housing assignments involve a roommate conflict, estimates Executive Director of College Houses and Academic Services Martin Redman.
A 6'3" Obama lookalike, Gabe Delaney has had a journey in Penn politics that shaped his character and mission, and, he hopes, made a lasting impact on the next generation of Penn leaders.
More than 25 percent of Penn’s undergrads have gone Greek, but transgender students are few among them.
From community to class content, tutors say their jobs offer more than paychecks
The event will feature headliner AlunaGeorge, a London electric music duo, and opener Blind Prism, a student duo at Penn.
Penn's college houses have created a unique forum for residential civic engagement.
Wharton sophomore Kayvon Asemani is releasing a new mixtape on Sunday on his website. He hopes to tackle powerful issues through thought-provoking lyrics.