The 2013 Penn Relay Carnival, more commonly known as the Penn Relays, runs from April 25-27 at Franklin Field. Through 118 editions of the meet, more athletes have run at the Penn Relays than at any single meet in the world. Read more…

The culmination of the Making History Campaign is much more than a fancy, 10-figure number; gifts given strengthen Penn’s position among the world’s foremost universities and make major breakthroughs in addressing society’s most complex challenges. Read more…

In April 2012, Penn partnered with Coursera, an online platform that offers open-access, non-credit classes to audiences around the world. Read more…

Penn’s engagement with Africa began with three countries—Egypt, Nigeria, and South Africa—and has since grown to include collaborations and partnerships with other countries throughout the continent. Read more…

Since its founding in 1887, the Penn Museum has collected nearly 1 million objects, many obtained directly through its own field excavations or anthropological research. The Museum’s vast and varied collections serve as a resource to the Penn community and researchers from all over the worl Read more…

The University Archives, at 3401 Market St., is the place to learn about Penn history and conduct research using primary source materials related to the University. Read more…

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting opportunities available to Penn undergraduates. Read more…

Part of the Business Services Division, Penn Residential Services works closely with partner departments to support residents at the University in their academic endeavors, personal growth, and day-to-day lives on campus. Read more…

The Rotunda, at 4014 Walnut St., is a community-gathering place fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change, and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between Penn and surrounding neighborhoods. Read more…

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