While some Penn students were partying away on the beach in Mexico and others were at home binge-watching Netflix, some students spent their Spring Break making a difference.
While the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 17 sparked worldwide debate over the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, student groups at Penn have been engaged in their own dialogue about the issue.
Presidential candidates and College juniors Aiden McConnell and Jane Meyer shared their views on a variety of campus issues.
The human race was saved on Saturday night as secret agent Bob Chen foiled Dr. Bad Egg's plan to release a virus that would consume all of Taiwan and the world. Or at least that is what was portrayed by College senior Changhee Han and Engineering senior Jon Chen.
On Friday, the fraternity wrapped up a week-long collection of clothing donations, mostly from other Greek organizations on campus.
The society has already tapped its potential members, and its first recruitment event, called "a smoker," was held on Wednesday night. Within a week, Hexagon will welcome their newest group of members.
This year’s Spring Fling headliner broke amidst a flurry of Facebook posts on Saturday afternoon.
Less than half of the college houses reduced electricity usage throughout the course of the challenge.
While upperclassmen advisors relish the opportunity to help younger students, some feel that their helping hand is not always reached for. They would like to see improvements in the program that encourage additional interaction throughout the school year.
Melartin replaces Julie Lyzinski Nettleton, who left the position in November to serve as director of the Office of Student Conduct.
Spring Fling, featuring two performers, will take place on April 17th at Franklin Field. The performers will be announced Sunday night.
Rashad has recieved recognition for her work in the community and was even invited to the White House for her input on issues that the Muslim community faces.
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.