The Penn Undergraduate Media and Entertainment Club and the business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi are co-organizing Media & Entertainment Week.
“I’m seeing books as friends again and I’m making time for those friends,” Wharton junior Michelle Lyu said.
“I tend to think that there’s some value in leaders accepting their own vulnerability. That’s how you form a connection to other people, and maybe that’s how you offer support.”
The issue for this semester is focused on monsters, so articles will examine different types of insects, Komodo dragons and Greek mythology.
The forum was held at the Civic House on Oct. 25 amid other initiatives to talk about mental health at Penn, including a University-wide survey and "campus conversation."
Judy Weng realized during her research that open source coding could hold the key to achieving greater diversity in computer science.
Penn's Division of Public Safety has opened an investigation into the matter, but as of Oct. 25., they had not found the perpetrator.
“Part of yoga is really a practice of yourself. It’s a way to empower individuals to see what works for them.”
Engineering and Wharton freshman Yan Li has been stopped twice for riding his skateboard and said he hopes policies will be clarified for skateboard and scooter riders.
Students and teaching assistants in CIS 120 have been pushed into overcrowded rooms with no electrical outlets for their office hours.
The 5 by 25 foot sculpture by School of Design lecturers Deirdre Murphy and Scott White sits at a bustling city intersection in Silicon Valley.
"We sometimes partner with frats to do philanthropy things, but usually it’s rare to have two sororities come together for any kind of purpose," SK President Lindsay Stearns said.
From waking up at 4 a.m. to attending drill exercises, students in the ROTC program lead a distinct life on campus.
In March, Penn President Amy Gutmann appointed a chief diversity officer, but graduate students say a fully staffed physical office is still necessary to support diversity efforts.
The conference, titled "Under the Gun: A Conference on State Violence & Black Populations,” was organized by Africana Studies professor Michael Hanchard.
Vite! is a mobile networking application that gives students a way to share all forms of formal and informal contact information quickly.
Quakers for Life, a student group opposed to abortion, protested outside Van Pelt Library on Monday using nearly twenty graphic pictures of aborted fetuses.
A hundred students from across Penn’s schools are selected through an application to attend the full-day conference that featured speaker events and networking opportunities.
When parties are shut down, the student-run Judicial Inquiry Board of the Interfraternity Council convenes to determine the case's severity and to dole out an appropriate punishment.
Hill resident and College freshman Mehr Mehta said she paid for express shipping for a package that only arrived two days after it was supposed to.