Penn's campus is no stranger to protests, and the demonstrations at Yale last week bring up the difficult balance between free speech and cultural sensitivity.
The group migrated to College Green to join the SOUL march in solidarity with students protesting at Yale and the University of Missouri
This Thursday, some Penn students walked out of class at 2:30 p.m. as instructed by a Facebook event promoted by campus minority groups.
The UA said that RAs and GAs were selected as a focal point of the initiative because they could provide a “safe space for conversation."
Huddled around a table in the lobby of Harrison College House, the Penn Duelists’ interest in Yu-Gi-Oh! stems much deeper than cards.
For some, joining a cultural club is a way to learn about an entirely different culture and immerse themselves in a new group of people.
In honor of Veterans Day today, student veterans will be tabling on Locust Walk from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to raise awareness of the holiday and of veterans on campus.
Sexual health services have become more available to students in recent years.
While study abroad is often seen as an "immersive" experience, many students studying abroad say that, while abroad, they tend to find more connections among other American or international students than local students.
With its wide variety of quirky and comedic questions, Know Your Crew combines the insights of classic psychology and personality tests with the fun of group games
The lawsuit stems from the now discredited “A Rape on Campus” article published in 2014 and written by 1994 College graduate Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
“What makes [Wharton] tough is the mentality ... not necessarily the course material,” Wharton and College sophomore Stephen Cho said.
Penn’s It’s On Us: Week of Action is a effort that is co-sponsored by Penn Dems, Lambda Alliance, Penn Association for Gender Equity, and Men Against Rape and Sexual Assault.
Penn’s Board of Trustees met for their fall meetings last Thursday and Friday.
In the Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall, students spend four and a half hours in studio twice a week working on design projects and receiving feedback on their work.
At 2 p.m. on Oct. 5, College freshman Natalie Breuel felt forced to choose between her education and her safety.
In past years, the Sweeten Alumni House has focused on expanding homecoming attractions beyond traditional events to encourage alumni to return to campus.
This weekend marks the seventh year of new events, including more artistic and cultural offerings.
The program, previously just offered to freshmen, may become mandatory if not enough students complete it before the spring semester.
College junior Jeremy Cohen will lead the Student Activities Council until next October