Though freshmen are technically scheduled to attend the same events, everyone finishes their first week at Penn with different takeaways.
The campaign's second year comes at a time of heightened racial tensions across the country following several police shootings as well as a highly divisive presidential election.
There were 20 disorderly house complaints on houses this year, down from 35 in 2015. Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush attributed this decrease to proactive intervention in off-campus houses.
The center, which is located across from 1920 Commons, will host speakers about foreign policy and international relations.
Many Penn students traveled this summer for work, classes or pleasure. But not many can say they traveled to please their fans.
This fall, the Penn Women’s Center hopes to continue promoting gender equity within a dynamic and changing campus community.
President Gutmann welcomed the Class of 2020 to the University of Pennsylvania on Monday.
The changes follow a high-profile sexual assault case involving a former Stanford swimmer.
Looking to make friends, build experience and have a good time? Look no further than Penn's wealth of student groups.
What events to go to, which to skip and how to soak up the best six days of everyone's time at Penn.
Opt for classics like Van Pelt or Huntsman Hall or dark horse favorites like Fisher Fine Arts.
For Penn students, summer is a time to build resumes, travel the world, take classes or even just relax. But for many, it's also a time to do some good.
The Penn College Republicans will make a decision on whether to endorse the party nominee in the fall.
University administrators say the system will keep students safer and save Penn money.
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Thanks to an appearance at a Penn Diplomacy and Policy Center panel, Wharton junior Kayvon Asemani received an opportunity to perform at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
It only makes sense that a culture as unique as Penn's has its own lingo.
Students who break sexual violence codes will be barred from receiving academic honors, and the definition of sexual violence and harassment has been expanded.
For most Penn students, New Student Orientation is the beginning of a yearlong journey into finding their place on campus.
In the wake of Wharton and College undergraduate Arthur Halim’s death, his father Amin Halim remembered his son as a kind-hearted, caring and dedicated individual.