Through his designs, Jameel Mohammed seeks to introduce a new definition of beauty into the world of luxury brands, which he described as European-dominated.
Attendees have the opportunity to speak about a range of relevant topics including body image, socioeconomic status and sexual identity.
Chancelor Bennett, known professionally as "Chance the Rapper," will headline Penn's 2016 Spring Fling, joining opening act Las Vegas-based DJ 3LAU.
Arianna Alexander is carrying out her dream to open her own restaurants.
Each year, clubs across Penn scramble to secure as much Student Activities Council funding as possible.
3LAU’S mashups and tracks incorporating electro house, progressive house and dubstep are expected to be a hit with the audience.
The UA did not publish annual reports in 2012 and 2013, but since then the UA leadership has committed itself to completing the report every year.
Many freshmen argued that the dining plans should not be a requirement, mainly citing pricing, poor food quality and inconvenient dining hall hours.
At 3:49 p.m., College sophomore Nathaniel Rome's attorney John Bravacos announced in an email that he had withdrawn the lawsuit against John Kasich.
Trump and Clinton were the big winners on Tuesday's primary day though Kasich stole the New York real estate mogul's thunder by winning Ohio.
Students who take time off between high school and college are less likely to graduate on time, according to a recent Drexel study.
Next semester, Penn Global is providing the opportunity to live as a monk for a semester.
Most Penn students know what it is like to pass through Locust Walk and have flyers pushed in their direction.
A Penn student has combined her love of fashion and business to create good-humored apparel, from plays on popular logos to photos of Penn landmarks.
A new hair care startup — founded by a Wharton MBA student and a hairdresser — promises to make hairdressers more profitable and hair more healthy.
While other students are heading to Cancun or home for some much needed relaxation, one Penn English major will be traveling on an all-expenses paid trip to work on her novel in a seaside cottage.
It’s finally here. Spring break has arrived, and for many students this means travelling abroad.
A storm system that will track across the middle of the country will sink southward and come up the East Coast, but will not come close enough to dump heavy precipitation on us.
Allocating over two million dollars among various student groups and initiatives is never a straightforward task, but after weeks of negotiations and meetings, the Undergraduate Assembly approved its 2016-2017 budget with relative ease.
Penn and its students have attempted to address the issue of mental health through a task force, multiple new clubs and countless events, but two students are taking a more creative approach.