Alcohol is everywhere. Fraternities store enough of it to serve hundreds per night. It is sold illegally to minors, exchanged in dorm rooms and was even served at the Penn Museum during one recent exhibit. It may even be in a classroom nearby.
Seated in his pale blue scrubs with a Wharton cap covering his dirty blond hair, Benjamin Lewis looks low-key at first glance.
Dartmouth College is the first school to turn the social movement into a class this spring.
Alum Time is a new show produced by a team of Penn students, with each episode featuring a Penn alumnus who shares advice with current students.
Varsity athletes make up about 10 percent of the enrolled undergraduate population, but many students aren’t aware of just how demanding the typical student-athlete schedule is.
Members of Students Organizing for Unity and Liberation, the Student Labor Action Project and the Race Dialogue Project also attended.
Receiving emails from Canvas for note takers is nothing unusual for Penn students. For some, sign language translators at lectures are not so surprising either.
"A Comedy of Terrors" centers on the efforts of two brothers who try to win over more viewers for their paranormal investigation TV show against a rival show.
In the past few weeks, many girls have walked into their dorm rooms to be greeted by colorful posters, warm Wishbone chicken wings and cookies lying on their beds.
With a recently released report on Penn’s mental health resources, the friends and family of Madison Holleran reflect on the University’s efforts to improve psychological support since her death last year.
Alexsandra Bilotti, a Penn junior, died early Saturday morning of Ewing's Carcoma. She turned 22 years old last Wednesday.
Students who don’t know where to turn now have a central option for mental health help: 215-898-HELP.
Students Organizing for Unity and Liberation held a Student Debt Demonstration this past Friday to protest Penn’s no loan policy.
How do Penn's alcohol policies stack up to the rest of the Ivy League?
Penn plans to expand the program so any student can go by a preferred name.
The second floor mezzanine area will be totally renovated to provide a location for alcohol sales. Beer and wine will only be able to be purchased at this location.
Despite student concerns that the new mental health recommendations do not have an established timeline for implementation, members of the task force said at Wednesday's University Council meeting that setting a timeline was not their responsibility.
On Wednesday evening, Penn alumna Feminista Jones spoke at the Kelly Writers House’ Feminism/s series.
On a holiday traditionally spent with family—with firecrackers, fish, and red envelopes— Penn students who celebrate the Lunar New Year have found new ways to mark the day.
Two seniors are vying to save nonprofits thousands of dollars.