In this time of great anxiety and vulnerability, we need the two coalitions to come together more than ever. As the hurting campus community that we are, we look to leadership from both sides of the aisle to unite us under the awnings of sympathy and condemnation of violence.
Penn could do more to help its neediest students. As inequality continues to rise, Penn should lead the way to help equalize opportunities for students across all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Rhythmic Damage, the annual breaking — or break dancing — event has gained a following beyond Penn.
Over the past week, Penn students in the region have had their semesters disrupted by the escalating conflict in Gaza between Israel and Hamas.
On Friday, approximately 40 people came to Huntsman Hall to hear the successful Denmark West speak about his experiences working for Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, BET and MTV.
“Survivor,” the South Asia Society’s 20th annual fall cultural show, opened Saturday night amidst the appreciative shouts of a 450-person crowd.
Penn’s title teams of 2009 and 2010 may have run the Ivy League table, but the 2012 version is the most impressive of the current dynasty.
Since graduating, 2011 College graduates Meredith Perry and Nora Dweck have applied for a patent, created a startup — and also faced each other in court.
It’s hard to make any generalizations about the Quakers four games into the season — no one can know how the young players are going to develop or how the team will gel.
The men’s and women’s squash teams had mixed results as they took on Bates and George Washington over the weekend.
The women’s swim team beat Cornell but fell to Princeton Friday at Sheerr Pool, while the men’s side experienced the same results on Saturday.
Penn for Immigrant Rights lead a workshop to help undocumented immigrants from Philadelphia fill out forms for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — a recent federal initiative designed to grant temporary protection from deportation to undocumented youth.
Penn fell to the Dragons, 61-59, in a game that the Quakers let slip out of their grasps as the clock wound down.
Penn football earned its third outright Ivy League championship in four years Saturday afternoon with a 35-28 win over Cornell.
At opposite ends of Locust Walk Friday morning, Penn for Palestine and the Penn Israel Sector responded to the ongoing violence in Gaza between Israel and Hamas.
Picture this: as you’re studying for tomorrow’s exam, your classmate continues to tap his pencil against the table.
Dana was just tired. After tough midterms at Sapir College and moonlighting as a waitress, the 22-year-old returned home exhausted.
Penn’s biggest advantage to stopping Jeff Mathews and the Cornell passing attack on Saturday lies with getting to him with the linebacking corps.
We cannot overstate the pain and difficulty we’ve experienced as we face what is happening 5,700 miles from our comfortable academic world.