Students across campus are planning to promote continued dialogue surrounding the Trump administration, which they see as a necessary first step for the future of campus election-related protests.
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Builders broke ground on the FMC Tower in May 2014, and the project is fast approaching completion. The tower is the sixth tallest building in Philadelphia.
Sean Collins, a junior in the College studying Mathematics, was recently named the Lambda Alliance Chair for 2017.
Faculty members are unsure of what Donald Trump's administration will mean for higher education, despite the recent announcement of his nomination of Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary on Nov. 23.
Organizations like Fossil Free Penn view their role in Trump's America as a part of broader private sector and grassroots efforts to combat climate change without the support of the federal government.
GenderTalk, an open mic night hosted by Penn Non-Cis, will be held on Thursday night from 6-9 p.m. in the Goodhand Room of the LGBT Center.
Student protests criticizing the administration are both anti- and pro-administration, according to Graduate School of Education professor Dr. Jonathan Zimmerman.
This year, the 33-year-old organization has worked to cultivate allies and new members throughout the greater Philadelphia queer community
About five years ago, Penn began to take steps to devote institutional resources toward increasing and sustaining faculty diversity.
The study found that an increase in politically polarized views on climate change correlates with an awareness of the Pope’s encyclical.
Two Penn student organizations — the Penn Hindu and Jain Association and its graduate school counterpart, Penn Rangoliare — are collaborating to hold the only Diwali event in Philadelphia that is open to the public.
On Monday and Tuesday on the area of Locust Walk in front of the Penn Women’s Center, PAGE members handed out free menstruation products at their table.
The twelfth annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women took place on Oct. 6 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. With over 9,000 people in attendance, this year’s sold-out conference boasted the best turnout in its history.
Aspiring writers who identify as trans or gender nonconforming can cultivate their passion in a welcoming environment at a new workshop run through the Kelly Writers House.
On Sunday, September 25, 2016, the University’s third Penn Spectrum Weekend came to an end.
By 2:30 pm, a large group of pride flag-toting students decided to direct students away from the two preachers.
Penn DCC announces 2016-17 theme year: "Citizenship on the Edge: Sex/Gender/Race."