Campus & Community

Powwow at Penn

With drumming, dancers, and the cascading voices of musicians, the 13th annual Powwow at Penn welcomed more than 100 people.

Kristina García

Inside the GOP

Alyssa Farrah Griffin and Sarah Matthews spoke about their experiences working for the ex-president and their views of a new GOP in a Red and Blue Exchange discussion moderated by Brian Rosenwald.

Penn Today Staff

Challenging the boundaries of STEM

Female faculty and staff from the School of Social Policy & Practice, the Wharton School, and Penn Carey Law shared how they integrate science, technology, engineering, and math into their work.

Erica Moser

In the News

Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges created task forces to address reports of antisemitism and islamophobia. What have they done?

The University Task Force on Antisemitism recommends investment in faculty and staff, academic experiences, and outreach while also clarifying Penn’s open-expression policies, featuring remarks from Interim President J. Larry Jameson.


Grown & Flown

Dean of admissions tells parents this is how you can really help your teen

Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule shares her own daughter’s journey as a high school senior during the college application process.



The 7 most important phrases, says veteran advice columnist Ask Amy: Use them when you need ‘the right words’

Class of 2024 Commencement speaker Siddhartha Mukherjee says that many people don’t tell others that they love and forgive them until they're on their deathbeds.



How NOT to write your college essay

Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule says that well-meaning editorial interference to polish the writing in a college application essay can take the personal “shine” out of the message.



An oncologist just revealed the most common last words of the dying—and what they say about how to live without regrets

During his Commencement address at Penn, author and oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee said that love and forgiveness are the things most spoken about on death beds.