Last month, the University launched the 2012 Emergency Backup Childcare program, which will run through Dec. 19. The program is offered to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students at Penn.
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Women’s Week 2012, which is themed “Celebrating Herstory,” will include a variety of events like discussion panels, performances by the Penn Monologues and the Vagina Monologues and keynote speeches addressing issues related to women’s health as well as women’s rights.
Starting today, UMOJA — the umbrella organization for black student groups at Penn — will combine themes such as black heritage and social justice as part of a week-long celebration.
Last week, Wharton sophomore Tania Chairez — who came out as an undocumented student in a _Daily Pennsylvanian_ guest column in October — launched Penn for Immigrant Rights.
Jackson — who, in 2006, became the University’s first-ever Penn Integrates Knowledge professor — was recently appointed the first-ever senior adviser to the provost for diversity.
Yesterday, about 10 Penn students joined more than 250 Philadelphia locals at Arch Street United Methodist Church next to City Hall for a discussion panel focusing on issues facing Philadelphia’s immigrant communities. VIDEO: Day of Justice
On Dec. 16, the PennSound poetry archive launched PennSound Radio, a 24-hour stream of readings and conversations accessible through both iTunes and a smartphone.
UMOJA — the umbrella organization for black student groups at Penn — recently elected College junior Aya Saed as its new planning and facilitating chair.
The 26th annual Howard E. Mitchell Memorial Conference kicked off with an alumni dessert reception Thursday night in Hunstman Hall.
Penn’s Division of Public Safety stressed the importance of safe driving practices Thursday afternoon in a community event and press conference outside the Penn Bookstore.
The Assembly of International Students sponsored a Date Auction at Smokey Joe's on Friday night. The event raised money for Project H.O.M.E., a local charity.
A lively circus act composed of jugglers and tightrope walkers greeted over 200 locals early Wednesday afternoon at the opening celebration of the new green space adjacent to 30th Street Station. GALLERY: Photos of 'The Porch' opening
Big Asian Campus concluded the 19th annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Week as ten contestants showcased their talents for a crowd of over 150 people. GALLERY: Photos of 'Big Asian on Campus'