A look at what was trending during the Class of 2015's freshman year.
Penn Law professor Polk Wagner, who specializes in intellectual property and patent law, spoke out about the implications of her applications for lyric trademarks.
Last spring, College freshman Kathryn Dewitt was facing her own crisis amidst a semester marked by two student suicides in three weeks.
Some Penn students will return in the Fall with real-world experience and empty pockets.
Penn Dining’s Meal Swipe Conversion Policy has some students questioning the value of a dining plan.
Cultural centers at Penn aim to provide safe spaces for minority students. While many participate, others find them socially limiting.
Somewhere around a third of underage people in the city of Philadelphia are carrying around a fake ID, according to an article on Billy Penn.
In a 2014 Senior Survey, 44 percent of respondents indicated that they were “very dissatisfied” or “generally dissatisfied” with pre-major advising.
PennMOVES has partnered with two additional charities for students to donate their belongings to at the end of the semester.
Many African and African-American students at Penn believe that the black community is unified because of a shared experience of living as a black person in America — not because black people constitute a homogenized group with assumed similarities beyond the color of their skin.
Newly elected Nominations and Elections Committee Chair, Wharton junior Michael Robert, hopes to reach out to new communities.
The Social Planning and Events Committee announced the cancelation following the escalation of riots in Baltimore.
After an alleged hate crime during Fling involving death threats and racial slurs, several students have opened an investigation with Special Services at the Division of Public Safety.
The UPenn-Botswana Partnership is expanding its telemedicine capabilities through a new joint project with Microsoft and other partners.
Penn Dining says union labor drives up the costs, economics researchers think it might be the effect of having a monopoly or a tool to price out upperclassmen.
With a number of cities across the country implementing bike share programs, Philadelphia is following suit.
A member of the group stood on a box with plastic chains around her neck, reciting a poem directed at the members of the fraternity, calling them out for their choice to feature a black blow-up sex doll in their holiday photo last December.
Private universities such as Yale and Cornell have, in recent months, attempted unionization drives — but this doesn't seem to be the case at Penn.
When the anonymous polling app WhatsGoodly came to campus it caused controversy for claims of cyberbullying.
Bon Appetit, which operates all of Penn Dining's facilities except those in Huntsman Hall, has many protocols in place to ensure food safety at Penn.