The Daily Pennsylvanian quizzed five students on their knowledge of Penn lingo
What makes the difference between a good RA and an all-star one?
It’s Saturday: 5:20 p.m. There are three hours until a party of 60 Penn students is set to arrive at Iztaccihuatl, and John Lewis, the one-man show behind the popular BYO restaurant in South Philadelphia, is giving me an earful.
Penn students and alumni share their Peace Corps experiences and perceptions
Taking a class full of freshmen when you’re a senior might be a weird experience, but it’s much stranger when you’re an adult and you’re in a class full of undergraduates.
This fall, FRES began the transition process on Oct. 8, and all heating systems should be confirmed to be operational by Oct. 21.
Clubs such as Penn Persians and the Wharton Middle East North Africa Club may be unknown by some, but others use these clubs to find peers with the same heritage and remain connected to their culture.
PEEP is a three-day program created to bring high schoolers from low-income backgrounds or historically underrepresented groups to campus.
Nicolas Garcia, a political science major, is running as a Democrat in central Florida’s District 41.
The group hopes to create a concrete space for liberal-minded Jewish and non-Jewish students.
Creating legitimate, fully-functioning electric vehicles right here on campus, the Penn Electric Racing club is an opportunity to be involved in an elaborate engineering project that connects design, creativity and cutting edge technology.
Last Wednesday, a group of Penn students sent out an anonymous survey designed to gauge interest in a potential dance program for academic credit at Penn.
Penn's early decision deadline is under two weeks away.
Fun and fundraising went hand in hand at alpha Kappa Delta Phi’s Breast Cancer Awareness Coffeehouse.
One of the most common emails that plagues student inboxes reads, “Hi, I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn”
You can find College junior Araba Ankuma snapping more than your basic Love statue Instagram shot with her camera.
A new peer education student group educates other students on how to be active bystanders in ending sexual and relationship violence on campus.
Do you know where your food comes from? Penn Dining and Bon Appetit hope to answer this question during its 6th annual Food Week.
Besides being the month of Halloween, Fall Break and National Coming Out Day, October is also known as LGBT History month.
At this year’s Boys and Girls Clubs of America gala held in Washington, D.C., College freshman Whitney Stewart was named National Youth of the Year.