Without its physical presence in Huntsman Hall and Van Pelt Dietrich Library, the group faced some initial challenges in the fall semester.
Four of Penn's political groups detail how they are gearing up for a hybrid approach to event-hosting and community building this semester.
All club members will participate in a two-week boot camp to learn design or development before they begin working on a semester-long project.
The budget, which allocates funds to the six branches of PSG, the Medical Emergency Response Team, and Penn Labs for the next school year, normally increases annually by three to four percent.
The app aims to eliminate the need for multiple food delivery apps by allowing users to place an order from the cheapest and fastest delivery option directly in the MealMe app.
The magazine aims to highlight the appreciation of bodies, relationships, sex, and love of all kinds through an inclusive, artful space.
The slideshow was not affiliated with, or sanctioned by OAX, College junior and OAX Standards Chair Cecelia Vieira said. The off campus social group condemned the slideshow.
The videos are all less than five minutes long and cover topics ranging from taxes and credit cards, to loans and insurance.
The report explores the effects that bias, representation, and allyship have on Black women in the legal field by evaluating the experiences of Black students at Penn Law.
A “completely disproportionate” number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus has been linked to fraternities and sororities.
Some students chose to stay home in efforts to protect their families and themselves from the virus, adding that being away from Penn has nevertheless made them feel lonely.
Although students of color said they largely settled for Biden, many remain cautiously optimistic of the new administration.
The app, called Monet, allows users to send drawings to each other to start a conversation instead of swiping left or right on profiles.
All patrons must comply with Penn's COVID-19 testing protocols, show a confirmed reservation, and show a green PennOpen Pass in order to enter the library.
SCUE releases a White Paper every five years recommending long-term changes to Penn's academic policies. This year's paper was set to be released in 2020, but was delayed due to COVID-19.
PCV plans to host speakers and events to educate and excite students about climate topics such as energy, agriculture, and waste this semester.
The platform, called Magic Connects, has preregistered more than 100 students ahead of its launch at the end of this month.
Students expressed disagreement with Penn Hillel's pro-Israel stance which they said makes it an exclusionary space for some progressive students.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five students who were admitted early decision to the Class of 2025 after navigating an unprecedented year for college application processes. Here are their stories.
Students said they were excited to finally come to campus, but expressed concerns about the clarity and effectiveness of Penn's Quiet Period COVID-19 guidelines.