Jeremiah Oteh, a 2020 Penn Law graduate, created Penn Law Perspectives in April, and has since hosted five guests who discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the life of Penn Law students.
On March 20, the Fulbright program was suspended for all American citizens participating in the U.S. Fulbright Program.
Although Penn Abroad said it would announce the fate of fall study abroad programs by May 15, the decision for many programs has been delayed once again because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced in an email to the Class of 2020 that deans, professors, classmates, family, and friends would also attend the postponed ceremony.
The platform aims to help students whose summer plans may have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lockdown Letters, founded by six Penn undergraduates and one Cornell student, is an initiative encouraging people to write customized letters of appreciation to healthcare workers.
Both Campus Apartments and the Radian, two of the largest off-campus landlords, said they haven't heard from the University about moving their tenants out.
This year, the headliner concert will take place on Friday night, while the Fling festival, which features food, games, and student group performances, and will take place during the day on Saturday.
Less than a week after news broke that the Fresh Grocer would close next month, Penn officials confirmed that they have signed a lease with Acme Markets to replace the Fresh Grocer's current location.
Students and PVP staff said although the move will improve the program's ability to increase accessibility to anti-violence and sexual assault resources, there is a need to hire more full-time staff members and increase funding for PVP.
The store was part of Lululemon’s national effort to establish pop-ups on college campuses in order to target students and promote wellness through free events
The Office of Student Affairs confirmed Tuesday night that the University has ended the IAA's registration with the University.
The house was founded by Cathy Barlow as a residency program for Black students at Penn. Since its 1972 founding, Du Bois has never given housing priority to Black students.
The group gathered to oppose the Dec. 11 Citizenship Amendment Act, which grants citizenship to immigrants from neighboring countries if they are non-Muslim.
SFCU’s new product is designed to help raise a consumer's UltraFICO credit score.
As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City.
Frutero was founded by MBA students Vedant Saboo and Mike Weber, who said they met each other on the first day of classes last year.
Binti Hasbullah and Damianos bring Penn's total number of Rhodes Scholars to 30. This is the third year in a row that Penn students have won the scholarship.
Some student government leaders said the change made their demands more tangible, acknowledging that Wax's tenured status made her firing unrealistic.