Brown's new alcohol policies restrict registered on-campus parties to public spaces like Penn's Houston Hall.
In an article recently published on Style.com, Vogue’s online content, writer Hayley Phelan declared wellness becoming the new luxury status symbol.
With plans to expand to University City, TargetExpress may become a competitor of Wawa, Fresh Grocer and other stores near campus.
As I bounce back and forth between different rush events, I’m frustrated that I can’t summarize myself. I can’t articulate some spiffy conclusion from the various odds-and-ends that make up who I am.
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When Chris Hedges was uninvited to the IAA's peace conference, he wrote a subsequent denunciation of the student group. But the conflict could potentially be explained by deficient communication.
While one freshman spent his winter break on the posh Aspen slopes, another worked the window at her local Chic-fil-A.
Though the punishments imposed are hardly earth-shattering, to punish members who are not earnestly believed to be wrongdoers for the sake of public relations would be a reprehensible act of scapegoating.
The Daily Pennsylvanian reached out to students and Teaching Assistants to get their take on the most effective study tricks for the overworked, overstressed and sleep-deprived student.
Our unforgivingly competitive and pre-professional environment teaches us to place getting ahead before genuine human connection. But too many people get caught up in the flow of “every man for himself,” and too many students bristle at sharing notes for fear that someone else might get a chance to excel.
Recently, my fellow columnist Yessenia Gutierrez wrote about challenging the misguided notions about low-income students being “privileged” and “lucky” for not having to pay tuition.
I recognize that intermarriage within the Jewish community is a loaded, and controversial topic. But instead of opening the door to a thoughtful discussion, this banner casually sends an alienating and racist message.
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I never used to think my four-times-a-week gym schedule and refusal to eat fatty meals more than a couple times a week was unusual or unhealthy. Freshman year at Penn, I gained 15 pounds, and my new habits were just part of a healthy lifestyle helping me shed that weight.
Penn Masala recently announced the establishment of the Penn Masala Alumni Scholarship, an alumni-endowed scholarship fund for both international and American Penn students interested in the performing arts.
This Thanksgiving, my sister was back from her first semester of college, already a little bit overwhelmed.
I found the list scrawled in last summer’s notebook, buried in my desk drawer back home.
“To Do at Penn: Don’t get too stressed about grades.
That’s the beauty of free speech: Every now and then, people might actually prompt us to rethink, revise or even reinforce our ideas.
While none of us really need to learn how to build a fire or hut anymore, mirror neurons are still important in the modern world. As college students in an environment that will shape our lifelong opinions and beliefs, we should use these neurons to expand our knowledge of other people, times and places.
Fraternity pledges are stripped of their belongings and clothing and forced to parade around. New student leaders are verbally belittled before assuming their positions. Members of a club are dragged out of bed in the middle of the night, doused with alcohol comma and pressured to drink.