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*Freshman Kara Bonenberger* scored 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench to help Penn get past Niagara on Sunday.
Students register volunteers at the “Give a Spit about Cancer” in Houston Hall on Thursday. The event registered 327 potential bone marrow donors.
Students try out the typography press in Penn’s Common Press, located in the basement of the Morgan Building at 205 S. 34th St. The Philomathean Society hosted the event Tuesday with School of Design lecturer David Comberg.
Jessica Steel, Pandora’s executive vice president of business and corporate development, speaks in Huntsman Hall. The Women and Leadership Series and Students for Technology and Entrepreneurship brought her to campus Monday.
*Sophomore guard Alyssa Baron* pushed Penn to victory in the team’s opener, recovering from a 2-for-10 first half to shoot 8-for-14 after halftime.
*Nijah Famous*, a non-profit social worker from ACHIEVEability, discusses urban poverty in the ARCH Building Crest Room on Thursday night.
Rap artist, producer, author and political activist Carlton Ridenhour, known as Chuck D, discussed power dynamics within minority communities in the Hall of Flags on Tuesday as part of the United Minorities Council's Unity Week. Ridenhour is the lead artist of Public Enemy and produced the group's single "Fight the Power."
*Denny Chin*, who presided over the sentencing of Bernie Madoff, speaks at the 19th annual University of Pennsylvania Law Review Symposium.
*David Tisch*, managing director of TechStars — which provides funding for startups — shares advice with Penn students in Huntsman Hall.
CHORDS hosted its biannual Service weekend, which brought together 15 religious student groups last weekend.
*Professor G. Richard Shell* spoke yesterday in Huntsman Hall about following one's passion in life rather than taking an expected path.
Wharton hosted its first annual fall fiesta in the MBA pub on Wednesday.