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At the closing event for the “Undressing Race” art exhibition, which opened Nov. 14, a panel of three scholars addressed an audience of about 15 on the topic of “Painting over Racial Injustice.”
Peer schools are considering reinstating ROTC programs following the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." Penn's program has remained active since 1940.
Last spring, Penn became one of the first universities to reach out to accepted students who self-identify as LGBT. This year, it has witnessed an increase in LGBT early decision applicants.
Members of the Penn and Philadelphia communities participated in a rally Monday afternoon to stand up for individuals facing deportation from the United States.
Several groups are combining to revive an effort to educate new fraternity members about showing acceptance to brothers who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
Though the December repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” opened up the possibility of military service for those who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual, the controversy over transgender individuals in the military rages on.
Opposition to reinstating ROTC across college campuses around the country has arisen due to the military’s continued exclusion of transgender people.
Currently, Penn employees in same-sex domestic partnerships pay an extra tax on health coverage — leveling out to around $1,000 per year — from which married faculty and staff are exempt.
Penn hopes to include questions on sexual orientation and gender identity in its supplement despite the Common Application’s decision last week to exclude such questions.
A new rape crisis center will be established this spring, which will streamline help and greatly shorten wait time for victims in the Penn and Philadelphia communities.
With the theme of “Extra, Extra! Read All About Her: Women in Media and Politics,” this year’s Women’s Week will examine the history of women in media and how that role has progressed up to the present day.
Although Penn professes a “commitment to diversity" on its website, its statistics on standing minority faculty may reflect a different reality.
Freedom to Marry Day, hosted by Allies — Penn’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy group for straight students — was held Sunday in support of same-sex marriage.
The Posse Plus retreat aimed to foster a dialogue between the Posse Foundation — a nationwide college admittance and leadership training organization — and other groups on campus.
The Student Labor Action Project submitted a petition on Wednesday asking Penn not reinvest in HEI Hotels and Resorts — a company under fire for alleged unjust labor practices.
For the women involved, this weekend’s The Vagina Monologues is more than just a show, with their personal stories making the experience unique and unlike anything at Penn.
Last weekend, members of Penn’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community traveled to Columbia University to continue the tradition that began at Penn last year — the IvyQ conference.
While hanging out with the football team and his Beta brothers at Penn, 1966 graduate John Doman never thought he would become an actor — let alone an actor in an Oscar-nominated film.
Penn did not participate in National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, but the student body mirrors statistics showing that about 10 percent of women suffer from eating disorders across the country.