On certain Wednesday nights, the Museum will also host P.M. @ the Penn Museum: School Nights
Since FroGro sits on Penn-owned property, the University had to approve the store's right to sell alcohol under their contract.
Two couples share their stories of summer romance.
The political debates may be in full swing, but the presidential candidates aren’t the only ones who have their eyes on 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Take a look at Penn’s summer 2015 White House interns
Penn is the most LGBTQ-friendly Ivy, according to Campus Pride, an organization that tracks university acceptance of the LGBTQ community.
The startup allows students to buy and sell anything from textbooks and dorm supplies to tutoring services.
New students said they were caught off guard by the extent of the partying and the accessibility of alcohol on campus.
After a two-year battle with the Penn administration and national fraternity, Penn’s chapter of Pi Kappa Phi had its charter revoked over the summer.
The defunct policy largely applied to groups of four residents living in three bedroom apartments in the high rises.
As Penn’s political community gears up for another year, these are the prominent and/or up-and-coming organized candidate support groups on campus.
With all the study spots available on Penn’s campus, it can be overwhelming for students to choose where to hit the books. Here are some of the staple locations on campus.
Looking to find your people niche on campus? Connecting with others of similar backgrounds is one way to do it.
Wondering what a "downtown" or a "DFMO" is? Here's what to know about the Penn social scene.
On Tuesday, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life announced the appointment of Eddie Banks-Crosson as Director.
Trigger warnings in classrooms — although mostly absent at Penn — were part of a national conversation across university campuses in the past twelve months.
Even though the start of Penn’s fall semester is weeks away, students are already gearing up for the popular Made in America music festival, whose lineup has just been released.
Philadelphia has once again been chosen to hold an organization’s biggest event of the year — and its theme reflects some of the most prominent movements on Penn’s campus this year.
From August 2 to August 14, Philadelphia’s Center City District will be hosting its biannual Restaurant Week — an event that usually occurs at the end of September.
Contrary to the country’s referendum results, Penn students from Greece that The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed overwhelmingly supported accepting the creditors’ offer.
Even before arriving at Penn, a pre-frosh is looking to address student mental health concerns in a new way.