UTime, launched by Wharton and Engineering sophomore Dylan Diamond, provides mobile access to students' class schedules and makes it easier to share the schedule with friends.
Of the 27 fraternities under Penn's Interfraternity Council, only three chapters are not included in the North-American Interfraternity Conference and therefore will not be affected by the ban.
The announcement of Huntsman Hall's nightly closing at 2 a.m. – an effort by the Wharton administration to improve campus wellness – sparked widespread student criticism in the past two weeks.
Administrators created Smith's new role, in part, to help counter the number of currently vacant positions with VPUL.
Haley Pilgrim, the new Graduate and Professional Student Assembly President, plans to focus on mental health, sexual harassment, and civic engagement this summer.
This fall, only 194 students are abroad — the lowest number in recent history. Of the 194 students, 55 of them are seniors.
Kings Court English House, DuBois College House, and Gregory College House do not have air-conditioning, and residents have been competing to sleep in the few cool spots in the dorms.
The National Weather Service predicts that the heat will abate by 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Houston Market’s construction was officially completed Aug. 19, but the building itself was not open to students until the first day of classes on Aug. 28.
On June 28, Gutmann released a statement referring to the findings of both the student researchers and the working group recognizing the role of slavery in the University's past.
Pulley’s appointment comes six months after the departure of Eddie Banks-Crosson, who left as the former director of OFSL to become the new director of Wharton’s MBA Office of Student Life.
The building, previously opened 24 hours a day, was a popular destination for those looking to burn midnight oil. Some say the decision to close it early has only added to their stress.
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Over the past year, Penn students say that the fraternity-dominated party scene at Penn has already begun to change, and this year's NSO will likely feel the effects.
From midnight screams to outdoor concerts, there are plenty of opportunities each year for students to get involved in the Penn community and celebrate with their peers.
Here are some of last spring's biggest stories that still have ongoing implications on campus.
Penn's campus is home to numerous scholars, but these five professors are faculty every Penn student should know.
From CAPS to student led groups, Penn's often competitive culture is complemented by these mental health resources every student should know.
Dubé's position as director of all wellness initiatives across the University is the first of its kind in the Ivy League.
A practicing social worker in New Jersey, Patrick graduated with his cohort in 2016 but had since been on leave while he was finishing his dissertation.