In addition to the over 30 traditional Greek organizations overseen by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Penn is home to several pre-professional fraternities
OAX donated to Women Against Abuse, a center that helps victims of domestic abuse.
Amazon is coming to Penn creating a new way to order everything from instant macaroni and cheese to graph paper.
In accordance with new guidelines, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health will no longer monitor travelers from countries where Ebola was known to be a threat.
Kyle Wilshusen's death was pronounced on Dec. 31 and ruled a suicide.
The controversy impacted student organizations like Penn for Hillary and Penn for Bernie.
For some College students, entering Huntsman Hall for a study session just isn’t enough to satisfy their craving for business.
Over the course of the 2014-15 academic year, Penn hosted 192 international students spending a semester or year abroad, according to a Penn News article.
Peer Anti-Violence Educators, brings paid student leaders to campus organizations to teach members of the organizations how to be “active bystanders.”
College junior, Hannah Peifer, was recently named Chief of MERT. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with her to learn about her new positino, her interests, and her hopes for the future.
Newly-elected Interfraternity Council President and Wharton junior David Moore aims to bolster the positive image of Penn’s 28 fraternities.
This year, Eco-Reps are spreading their green mission beyond Penn's campus boundaries.
The country with the largest international population at Penn is revitalizing its mark on campus.
Freshmen criticize superficial campaign goals and politicking, but appreciated face-to-face time with classmates.
Penn’s singing groups may be large in number, but one sound in particular has begun to separate itself from the noise.
As the semester draws to a close, students studying abroad took a moment to reflect back on their best and worst memories from their semesters.
Faculty and administration will display Penn Wellness Partner stickers on office doors and windows to signal that they are knowledgeable and willing to assist students.
Members of Penn fraternity Zeta Beta Tau participated in No-Shave November for the second year in a row.
The ranking rates sexual health resources and information available to students on their campuses.
The change was made to avoid overlap between fraternity open rush and sorority recruitment.