Six students engineered their way into working at the nation’s most promising startups.
For many Penn students, Spring Break is no break at all.
Recitations don't lead themselves — at the front of the classroom, teaching assistants must balance their responsibilities with their student obligations.
On Hey Day's 100th anniversary, it will cost students only $20 to participate.
Wharton’s Department of Student Life decided cut the cohort program to only include freshman and sophomores.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy will be organizing a harm-reduction policy speaker panel during Spring Fling.
Every year, around three hundred international students leave their homes across seas, traveling to Penn while still on the brink of adulthood.
Themes of the conference included identity, pride, agency and action.
SPEC-TRUM's Spring concert will feature rap duo Rae Sremmurd, Chynna Rogers and OG Maco, who will perform at World Café Live on March 28.
PILOTS has been a buzz word in the Penn community following the protest at President Amy Gutman’s holiday party last December.
You may have seen Andrew Gegios running UA meetings, deliberating school issues with administrators at University Council meetings, chatting with friends in Arabic, or hanging out at the Sigma Nu chapter house.
Not all Wharton undergraduate alumni come back to campus just for homecoming weekend. Some return for two more years to earn three more letters: MBA.
Throughout February, the UA held its annual budget meetings in order to delegate nearly $2,275,000 to fund student groups on campus in a relatively smooth and speedy process.
Out of the 44 applicants for Wharton Passion Projects this semester, seven fellows were chosen.
Until "Pitch Perfect 2" comes out, there's another a cappella group to keep Penn entertained.
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.