Penn plans to demolish the dilapidated building, which is deserted with the exception of some parked cars and a few plants.
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Wednesday morning, nearly 2,500 juniors celebrated Penn’s 96th annual Hey Day. VIDEO: Hey Day 2012
Undeterred by the rain, Future Civic Leaders, a D.C.-based non-profit aimed at encouraging civic and political engagement in youth, held an all-day workshop on Sunday for Philadelphia high schoolers. Twelve aspiring activists from are high schools spent the day at Hillel discussing problems in their communities, devising action plans and creating petitions.
Readers and writers call Morrison’s work ingenious, but Morrison does not consider herself a genius. “Don’t use that word with me. You mean ‘good,’ ‘smart,’” Morrison said.
Last night in Cohen Hall, around 20 students discussed the distinction between an online associate and a real-life friend at “Your Facebook is Showing,” the last event of Penn Mental Wellness Week.
Wharton assistant professor Jeremy Tobacman was one of five faculty members to speak at Monday afternoon’s Social Impact Talks. The Penn Social Entrepreneurship Mentoring program hosted the event for about 80 students in Huntsman Hall.
Tuesday night in the ARCH building, about 20 students discussed their names’ meanings over samosas and tea at Namesake Chai, a discussion hosted by the Asian-American student group Penn Sangam.
“Cancer is a Drag” featured 13 drag queens, one self-proclaimed “drag king,” and a transgender individual, who pushed past the pain of lip-syncing and dancing in six-inch heels for the benefit of Camp Kesem, a week-long camp for kids whose parents have, or had, cancer.
A first-year environmental studies major, Allan has launched an eco-blog, a website on sustainability and most recently, a social media consulting firm for environmental non-profit organizations.
The Penn gymnastics team is starting its season on a high note, finishing third at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational Sunday in Washington, D.C.
Whether college athletes should be compensated for their play has become a hot topic as the NCAA continues to grow as a business. Jerome Allen, coach of Penn men’s basketball team, believes that too much emphasis has been placed on money in college athletics.
The Quakers fell in five sets to previously slumping Brown Friday night and were swept by Yale the next day.
Quakers pick up first Ivy win over Dartmouth, but fall to the Crimson in five sets.