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Student Life

10/11/16 6:00am
Close to 20 students decorated College Green with eight-feet-tall artwork and posters with the slogan, “Your body, your vote.”
10/11/16 2:19am
For 87 years Penn has offered a coordinated degree with the oldest art school and art museum in the country.
10/11/16 2:19am
Between training, schoolwork, nutrition and friends, these students have a lot on their plates.
10/10/16 1:53am
At least seven former or current college housing staffers, including four house deans, say they have spoken to Human Resources about Redman. The portrait they describe is of an administrative unit beset with frustration over a leader many regard as sexist at worst and woefully insensitive at best.
10/10/16 1:48am
Pennsylvania is a key swing state for the 2016 election season and throughout Penn’s campus numerous advocacy groups have been registering students to vote in the Keystone State.
10/10/16 1:40am
“When someone participates in private conversations where they talk about groping women, they are normalizing the idea that women are sexual objects” College junior Amanda Silberling said.
10/08/16 6:31pm
In her speech, Katie McGinty focused mostly on eviscerating Republican nominee Donald Trump, a 1968 Wharton graduate.
10/05/16 1:57am
It's never too late to join the adult coloring book trend, and thanks to a recent graduate, a Philadelphia-themed coloring book may be coming to a waiting room near you. 
10/05/16 1:56am
With the help of a startup, groups on Penn's campus can raise money by doing practically nothing — just eating out with friends. 
10/05/16 1:55am
College Senior Abigail Lowenthal is the founder of a new humor magazine on campus called Bluff.
10/05/16 1:51am
Aspiring writers who identify as trans or gender nonconforming can cultivate their passion in a welcoming environment at a new workshop run through the Kelly Writers House.
10/05/16 1:50am
Penn's only co-ed Greek institutions, St. Elmo's and Alpha Delta Phi, are in a unique position to challenge traditional fraternity and sorority culture.
10/05/16 1:47am
Ben Bolnick was a few weeks away from graduating in the spring of 2016, and although he had been accepted to Penn Law School, he deferred enrollment for a year and had no idea what he'd be doing in the meantime.
10/04/16 12:58am
Relying on groceries, cooking and restaurants can cause a real change in lifestyle.
10/04/16 12:58am
Attending an Ivy League school isn't often associated with studying fine arts.
10/03/16 1:42am
Penn was the third-best school for veterans overall. 
10/03/16 1:36am
Penn First, the student organization for first generation, low income (FGLI) students on campus, implemented a range of projects after their inaugural summit in April this year.
10/02/16 10:33pm
Penn “encourages applicants from a growing number of homeschool students”. Although homeschool has been a growing trend for the last decade, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda estimated that Penn receives only about 20 applications per year from homeschooled students. He stressed that the figure was not exact.
10/01/16 6:12pm
The primatologist took the audience back seventy-eight years ago to when she was a little girl with an insatiable desire to learn about and question the natural world.
09/30/16 1:36pm
Second-year medical student Ari Frosch died on Sept. 22. He had been on a leave of absence at the time.