The Daedalus Quartet has wowed audiences from Rodin lounges to Carnegie Hall.
Some people see vegans as promoting an exclusionary lifestyle, but these Penn vegans push back against that perception.
A night shadowing a Smokey Joe's bouncer with a look back to Smokes' past
Instead of taking a final exam in a few weeks, 'XFic' students will become published authors. The online journal went live on April 9.
Meet the Penn senior who loves drag, LGBTQ+ advocacy, and sub–matriculated to get a master's in Materials Science and Engineering.
Two College for Women alumni reflect on student life in 1969 and female experience at Penn.
What do you do when a dreamy Tinder date suddenly stops replying?
Sometimes the lack of a label is more freeing.
A sample of letters I've written to my friends, colleagues, and mentors about how Penn impacts us all
Whether you’re a casual fan, a MCU buff, or someone who has never seen a superhero movie before, here’s how you can get in on the hype.
A sparkly, sugar–coated, and underwhelming 92 minutes.
The Aftermath is a poorly recycled rendition of Romeo and Juliet that tastelessly uses World War II as its backdrop.
Jonny Pierce's group takes the new–wave revival to pop heights.
As the singer teases a new era, fans clamor to define it.
Harriette Pilbeam makes nostalgic indie pop for the modern era.
Three board members discuss their love for the a cappella group, and their excitement about their upcoming show, 'XXX'.
The comedian—who came to Penn on Tuesday, April 9—thinks we should stop bottling in our hate and take it at face value.
Judy Gold and Laurie Kilmartin joined the Kelly Writers House to deliver bittersweet insight on sexism in the comedy industry.
A campus favorite, Honest Tom's is starting to educate consumers about infusing THC and CBD into meals.
Whether it's an impulse pixie cut or quarter life crisis highlights, we can all learn to embrace change.
Enjoy the nice weather with these events around the City of Brotherly Love.
Lost Narc: "Are drugs like acid and stuff like that illegal?"
The Other Woman: “My boyfriend has a girlfriend … it’s fine.”
SWUG: “Maybe this [Sex and Human Nature] class will teach me how to get laid.”
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