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The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with the newly elected chair of the United Minorities Council.
The new co-chairs plan to increase knowledge in the African diaspora about CAPS, financial services and UMOJA's overall purpose.
The Asian Pacific Student Coalition — the umbrella organization for Asian groups on campus — elected College junior Mithin Thomas last week as the new chair for 2014.
Last Thursday, College sophomore Diana Cabrera was elected the new chair of the Latino Coalition – the umbrella organization for Latino groups on campus.
The night will focus heavily on alumni and their experiences with UMC and involvement in fighting for minority rights both past and present.
Students will work with Makuu, PAACH and La Casa Latina to provide support for people of color through the cultural centers.
The new student group hopes to promote education and awareness for asexuals and foster a community open to all of Philadelphia.
A study done by two Penn psychology professors found that attitudes about sex are more predictive of religiosity than a person's cooperative morals.
A group is hoping to permanently keep DS(3), a structure of metal fences outside of Fischer Fine Arts library, which has garnered student attention.
In May, a group of high school students, along with the help of Engineering without Borders, installed a water tank that would help them transport barrels of rainwater to the field of crops on their school farm.
Penn students have a long history working with Puentes de Salud, a health clinic which provides healthcare access for South Philadelphia's growing Latino population.
On Saturday, Penn’s National Society of Black Engineers chapter “walked for education” in an effort to increase the number of black engineers who graduate from four-year institutions.
The department is holding a two-day multidisciplinary conference in celebration, which will include panel discussions and a documentary screening.
The Year of Health theme for the 2014-2015 academic year coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Perelman School of Medicine. Plans for health theme have been in effect for about 3 years.
Harper and his team interviewed black and Latino male students and connected with the students on a personal level.
Novack, a 1986 Engineering graduate, is currently teaching “Film Sound: History, Aesthetics and Subversion,” one of the classes offered for this year’s theme, the Year of Sound.
Black Box Denim, started by Wharton sophomores Adina Luo and Molly Liu, is a new initiative on Kickstarter to make it easier for people to find a pair of well-fitting jeans by ordering custom-made jeans online.
The company was last on Penn's campus in late September for an informal information session for interested seniors.
The program, ACTION, teaches elementary school children about Spanish language and culture once a week.