The chapter that donates the most to V-Day will be able to co-host a downtown with Castle and OAX.
Leonardo DiCaprio may have waited 23 years for his Oscar, but Penn’s new Opia Film Club is impatient to begin its filming and events.
The Penn Museum has begun to make some history of its own by playing host to the most special day in the lives of numerous couples: their wedding day.
The theme of the conference is “The Future of Community Safety and LGBTQ Pennsylvania,” and many of the conference’s speakers and workshops will focus on ending violence against LGBTQ people, and in particular, transgender women of color.
Last weekend, the student group Penn First returned to the conference that sparked its formation.
The saying “It costs money to make money” even applies to internships.
Best known as the lead voice on Bob’s Burgers and Archer, Benjamin is set to speak at Penn on March 22 at 8 p.m. at the Harrison Auditorium.
On Feb. 26 and 27, over 50 students will perform in an annual production of The Vagina Monologues, put on by the V-Day University of Pennsylvania College Campaign.
College sophomore Jazmine Smith is passionate about her Christian faith and hopes to share it with others in a fun, youthful way.
For students who have to miss class because of religious holidays, getting access to lecture material is not always a click away on Canvas.
People of color are often underrepresented, misrepresented or not represented at all in mass media.
In the case that a student screened positively for the virus, SHS would draw a blood sample and cooperate directly with the Pennsylvania Department of Health to coordinate the sample’s processing and testing.
Though nursing students question whether death is sufficiently addressed in the curriculum, patient loss can be a routine part of healthcare professions.
On Tuesday night, the president of HOPE Multimedia Company Domingo Guyton led an interactive discussion and analysis of the effect of language on the identities of marginalized groups, focusing on use of the N-word.
The old model was an inter-College House competition to use the least power as a dorm during the entire month of February.
For students who lean more to the right at Penn, a liberal political environment has various implications on lives of conservative college students.
The discussion focused on smoking prevention as well as the impact of SHS and CAPS.
Amid a myriad of cinematic superstars, respected directors and critically acclaimed films, two Penn alums look to add a few Oscars to their trophy cases at this year’s 88th annual Academy Awards.
John Chatzky, a 1978 College graduate, invested in a transportation app, Skedaddle, in part because one of its co-founders was a rower.
Contrary to the rumor that has circulated around college campuses for decades, the “brothel law” is not the reason why sororities at other universities are forbidden from providing housing for their members.