In 1990, a group of Penn students founded the Alternate Spring Break (ASB) program for students who wanted to spend their spring breaks doing meaningful and fun community service work. Read more…

In Feb. 2013, Penn received a $25 million gift from alumnus Ronald O. Perelman to create a new home where Penn could cultivate leaders that would positively impact both government and the increasingly complex global economy. Read more…

Visitors to the Penn Museum know that the significance of its collections’ objects span time, continents, and historical value. Read more…

Penn’s Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts has connected and engaged artists and audiences through excellence and innovation in the performing arts since it was founded in 1971. Read more…

Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science recently opened the AddLab, a new facility that houses a suite of state-of-the-art 3-D printing tools that help turn the creations of engineers’ dreams into reality. Read more…

From tossing toast to singing songs, Penn football is a University institution rich with tradition. After this season, one of the leaders who has helped keep Quaker football thriving is stepping down. Read more…

Summer at Penn is quiet, sure—but campus never sleeps. The lull in student activity during the warmer months serves as the ideal window of time for the University to embark on a physical transformation. Read more…

The University’s West Philadelphia home spans 300 beautiful acres—100 of which are solely dedicated to a lush and leafy array of green spaces, walkways, and small gardens. Read more…

It’s hard to stroll around the southwest corridor of campus without running into a pup on his leash or sneaking a peek at a kitten through her crate. Read more…

As one of the oldest university-affiliated dental institutions in the country, the School of Dental Medicine has long been considered a leader in the education and training of clinicians, researchers, and academics who advance the field of dentistry. Read more…

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