She went to culinary school in France and helped develop a restaurant in Uganda. And did we mention she's only a sophomore?
A group of Penn students traveled to D.C. last Saturday to demand stricter gun laws. These are the reasons why they marched.
Members of the a cappella group discuss their upcoming anniversary show.
Penn Non-Cis' financial chair discusses the club's growth and future.
Penn Band members have been catching feelings for each other for generations.
Meet Jacqueline - Engineering genius and clarinet extraordinaire.
Taking a break with the head of Alternative Spring Breaks.
Nominated by their students, here are 5 teachers who do their job right.
She's been at Penn for four years and already has one graduate degree. But this bioengineer and Penn Band clarinet aficionado is doubling down and heading to MIT after graduation, because not even her struggle with Lyme disease could stop her.
Between working on the Penn Political Review and combatting human trafficking, this Wharton junior just loves to fly.
Wharton Wellness' March campaign, the Just Making Happiness Happen Awards, focuses on gratitude.
Members of Penn’s Catholic community speak to challenges and highlights of being religious in college.
Student fitness trainers prove that yes, you do have time to hit the gym.
Chivalry is NOT dead.
Are residents happier with the post–reno dorm?
They deserve a sitcom.
One of Penn's biggest clubs is redefining Penn club culture.
Beloved Hillel cook is finding hope for the future after his son was shot.