They're the largest group of international students at Penn but over 85 percent of Chinese international students say they don't have one American friend.
The University has tried to build a safety bubble around campus. Students aren't so sure.
Inside the search for ties to slavery among Penn's early trustees
Street heard UA President Michelle Xu's thoughts on Penn, her presidency and blue hair.
Some make $2800 monthly off their relationship.
She went to culinary school in France and helped develop a restaurant in Uganda. And did we mention she's only a sophomore?
Confronting my privilege and what access to clean water truly means.
Reconnecting with my spirituality thanks to Buddhists and echinacea tea.
Caring more about the number on the scale than the grades in my classes.
Don’t expect much from the new teen–drama, which is just as flashy and empty as its two main characters.
Live from New York: mediocre humor, sprinkled with all kinds of hatred.
Feel free to cancel that Netflix subscription.
How one album taught me to love a genre that I have buried in prejudice.
The record producer is quietly one of the smartest figures in the music industry.
From Governer's Ball to Shaky Beats.
An exhibit on technology, surveillance, and self–perception
How this Wharton sophomore's family history influenced his fashion entrepreneurship.
Why the “Inspiring Women” series is not so inspiring
Hannah discusses the trials and tribulations of finding queer women on campus that are interested in relationships.
Because some of the best shopping, bars and restaurants for college students are outside of University City.
How to decide if you are ready to invest in a furry friend.
Here's what really happens in the 3rd floor studio.
Functional fashion–forward bro: "I might fuck around and get a blanket scarf."
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