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Student Life

11/02/16 1:33am
In the middle of October, the College Republicans executive board voted to formally condemn Trump, but the decision was never carried out.
11/01/16 4:02pm
The check-ins are meant to confuse the local police department there over the numbers and identities of protesters, after rumors that the police were using Facebook to make a list of protesters.
11/01/16 2:26am
At 3:58 AM on Sunday Oct. 30, Penn Police responded to a report of armed robbery on Sansom Street, prompting a UPennAlert at 4:24 a.m.
11/01/16 2:24am
As a result of increased security at the game, many Greek organizations have decided to break tradition and not attend the game, fearing consequences from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Penn Police.
11/01/16 2:22am
Seeking to spice up your schedule next semester? Why not knock out a few College requirements while learning from highly-rated professors and tackling unconventional topics?
11/01/16 2:01am
International students often have concerns about getting work visas that allow them to stay in the country as well as family pressure.
10/31/16 1:34am
While Halloween night may be quieter this year, there have been many years past where shocking events occurred.
10/31/16 1:27am
Last week, the Nominations and Elections Committee announced the Special Elections results after four Undergraduate Assembly members resigned.
10/31/16 1:09am
Participants and members of United Minorities Council shared poetry readings, a capella performances and multilingual rapping Thursday night to express their experiences of being minority students at Penn.
10/29/16 5:44pm
At Penn, Homecoming weekend is more than just a day of football and fraternity tailgating.
10/29/16 5:41pm
A Wharton competition is linking students — even at the high school level — directly with the World Bank.
10/27/16 1:38am
Until last semester, Penn First thought that opening a First Generation Low Income center would take ten years.
10/26/16 1:50am
The United Minority Council is kicking of a month long series of events on Thursday with an open mic night.
10/26/16 1:48am
Penn for Paws was founded last week by College sophomore Ashley Sayles to fill what she saw as an empty void — Penn’s lack of a dog-focused club
10/26/16 1:46am
You might be skeptical if a girl you barely know approaches you on Locust or on Facebook and asks you to show up to a loft in center city to have meaningful discussion for three hours with 20 strangers
10/26/16 1:43am
College senior Ashley Stinnett is currently enrolled in two of the most unorthodox classes at Penn: Religious Studies 356, known colloquially as the “monk class,” and ”Wasting Time on the Internet.”
10/25/16 2:03am
Many Penn students spend their spare hours doing homework or participating in extracurriculars — but some find the time to make a few extra dollars on the side.
10/25/16 12:35am
You might think that with the increase of drunken people on the streets with dark costumes, Halloween weekend would lead to an increase in crime — but you’d be wrong.
10/24/16 4:53pm
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Vice Provost Vincent Price authored a letter voicing support for the University's black student community on Friday.
10/24/16 1:32am
Two Penn student organizations — the Penn Hindu and Jain Association and its graduate school counterpart, Penn Rangoliare — are collaborating to hold the only Diwali event in Philadelphia that is open to the public.