People here live by the motto of "work hard, play hard".It's a bit difficult to find the balance at first, but there are definitely more than enough academic support that can help you cut down the time and effort you need to spend on academics, which gives you quite a lot of time to do whatever you want.
I am in a sorority (Chi Omega) and it has really helped me expand my social circle and world here at Penn.
I've met people that I never would have otherwise and I love all the events we have with frats, the downtown parties we throw, and the bonding I get to do with my sisters.
Wrong: Taylor’s limited representation of relationships. Taylor’s article makes it seem as if Penn students only see two relationship options: meaningless hookups or relationships that are expected to end in marriage.
Let’s not forget the other varieties: friends with benefits, casual dating, open relationships, committed-but-still-figuring-it-out-relationships, etc., and that Penn is not limited to heterosexuals.
The student body is great and not at all like the stereotypical Ivy kids.