Articles by Clare Connaughton
Graduating seniors reflect on their Penn transformationsGraduating seniors Robert Hsu and Katlyn Grasso were much different when they first set foot on Penn's campus four years ago.
Secrets of the Sweeten Alumni HouseThe alumni house's history is more morbid than one may think: It served as a fraternity house for almost 50 years until a fire killed three people.
Before there was Fling, there was SkimmerBefore there was Kesha, David Guetta, Fling tanks and fried Oreos in the quad, there was Skimmer — though its festivities often took a turn for the disruptive.
Penn Fund societies promote giving far past graduationThe Penn Fund offers membership to several giving societies, through which alumni can maintain their Penn roots by donating to the University.
Penn alumni donations by the numbersEver wonder how much money alumni donate to Penn? The Penn Fund, founded in 1927, aims to raise funds from alumni to go towards University expenses including student financial aid.
JOKE ISSUE: AP credit to fulfill writing requirementMembers of the Class of 2019 and later who have received a score of 5 on AP English exams will be waived from the writing seminar.
Penn announces new head of Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program InitiativesMelartin replaces Julie Lyzinski Nettleton, who left the position in November to serve as director of the Office of Student Conduct.
Students attend first-generation college student conference at BrownThemes of the conference included identity, pride, agency and action.
Hollywood producer Marc Platt talks upcoming projects, Pitch Perfect and his time at PennThe Daily Pennsylvanian caught up with mega-successful producer and namesake of the Platt Performing Arts House Marc Platt to reflect on his Penn experience and discuss works-in-progress.
Charles Addams 'spooky' legacy lives on in Fine Arts communityThe gate of the Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall incorporates influence from his famed "Addams Family" cartoon.
Activist alum Feminista Jones returns to her rootsOn Wednesday evening, Penn alumna Feminista Jones spoke at the Kelly Writers House’ Feminism/s series.
Wharton MBA opens chocolate factory to save the rainforestColin Hartman, 2014 MBA graduate and veteran, is developing Concept C — a chocolate factory in Washington D.C. with a platform he calls “for purpose”.
Despite mixed reviews, Penn aims to interview all applicantsWhile the Admissions Office continues to work towards its goal of interviewing 100 percent of applicants, the effectiveness of the program remains unclear.
High schoolers hack their way to PennApps winAn all high school team competed in the health hack with their app “Helix,” an app designed to streamline the directions patients receive from their doctors. The app won best overall health hack and best consumer health hack.
The Penn top ten famous and infamous alumniFrom fashion to prison, the Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at alumni changing the world for better and for worse.
PETA, Penn Speech and Debate discuss the ethics of animal experimentThe debate took place on Tuesday night at Huntsman Hall
Why income inequality should matter to you, according to a former White House adviserBrownstein argued that income inequality is bad for the economy at a talk on tuesday
Mask and Wig brings digital media into its fall showUsing a projection screen on the stage alongside the performers, Mask and Wig will display digital sketches and a picture slideshow to compliment their traditional act.