Spring Fling 2016 has left non-Penn students with a new school to call home and fond memories of campus' biggest party weekend.
The search is on for students trying to find subletters for their residences over the summer.
Biology professor Arthur Dunham made a comment in his lecture that several students found to be insensitive, especially given the recent death of Wharton junior Ao "Olivia" Kong by suicide.
Every year, the Division of Public Safety coordinates with the Vice Provost for University Life and the Medical Emergency Response Team to prepare for Spring Fling to make sure all students are safe.
Spring Fling is a defining part of the Penn experience — but for some students, the desire to have a good time can take precedence over concern about possible risks to their health and safety.
In searching for summer internships in the United States, international students face a number of barriers that domestic students don't have to worry about.
Although each senior is given two taps, the application process is open, allowing anyone — regardless of whether they were tapped or not — to apply.
Penn students tickets were reduced from $40 to $25, while other university students with a .edu email can now buy Fling tickets for $40 instead of the original $55.
One of the biggest weekends at Penn is in just a matter of days. But, it could either be made or broken by what happens a few thousand feet above our heads.
A group of Penn students read anonymously submitted testimonials about struggling with mental health in an hourlong demonstration on College Green entitled “You Are Not Alone: A Demonstration of Support for Mental Health Awareness."
The EP, which was released this February, is the second in three years for Elizabeth Goran.
News of the suicide raised concerns among prospective as well as current students.
This flurry of safety alerts seems to point to an increase in crime during this past March, but the statistics suggest that crime trends have remained steady.
Organized by SASgov, a graduate student government group for the School of Arts and Sciences, the forum on Monday allowed graduate students to raise questions for Associate Dean for Graduate Studies Eve Troutt Powell. Issues of financing and diversity loomed throughout the course of the discussion.
April is Autism Awareness Month and Penn Speaks for Autism is working to get a dialogue started about Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD.
On April 8, Fossil Free Penn released a letter in support of divestment from fossil fuels that was signed by 100 faculty members across 10 out of the 12 schools at Penn.
Kong died Monday morning at the 40th Street Station on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford line, according to an email sent to undergraduates by Provost Vincent Price and President Amy Gutmann at 2:22 p.m.
This spring, Penn awarded three Penn seniors up to $100,000 each to implement projects that they hope will change the world. Here's a look at each of the winners:
This past weekend, over a hundred LGBTQ youth and allies from all over the state convened on Penn’s campus for the three-day Pennsylvania Youth Action Conference.
Take Back the Night is an international event and non-profit organization, but at Penn it takes the form of a rally, a march across campus and a speak-out where survivors of sexual violence share their stories.