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Currently, 11 out of 16 of Bon Appetit’s facilities at Penn were judged to be in compliance by Philadelphia’s Office of Food Protection. The remaining five are still awaiting inspection.
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Several professors and the petition’s leader said that the plan to create these types of classes needs to be made more concrete before they can be successfully implemented in the curriculum.
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A conversation on Mandela’s life and legacy led by DuBois Faculty Master William Gipson was held in DuBois immediately after the vigil ended.
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Engineering junior Amit Pujari and College junior Grace Truong were recently elected co-chairs of the Civic House Associates Coalition. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with them on Sunday to talk about their new roles and plans for the upcoming year.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with the newly elected chair of the United Minorities Council.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sits down with Dawn Androphy, the returning chair of the lambda alliance.
The co-founder of Call to Men, an association that fights violence against women, spoke at Penn. He discussed the ways the concept of manhood affects both men and women.
Yesterday, Hillel teamed up with other student groups to present One Day, a campus-wide celebration of Jewish culture.
The unique positioning of the three high rise dorms creates a wind tunnel, where wind travels at increased speeds, creating a wind tunnel.
Alexis Ohanian visited Penn as part of a nationwide promotional tour for his new book, “Without Their Permission,” which was released in October.
Changes to Hillel’s payment policy have resulted in backlash from many diners. Despite ongoing negotiations between Hillel and Business Services, no revisions to the policy have been announced.
Many members of the Penn community – Jewish and non-Jewish alike – came to Penn Hillel to light a candle for the sixth day of Hanukkah and share platters of latkes with apple sauce.
A Wharton MBA student created ChargeItSpot, a free mobile phone charging station that provides charging cables inside a locker. The service is now live at more than 30 locations in Philadelphia — more than 10 of them are on Penn’s campus — and is expanding along the East Coast.
The Office of Admissions is now instructing tour guides, who are members of the Kite and Key Society, to say less about starting new clubs or language courses.
Penn’s Lubavitch House is pushing a social media campaign known as #sharethelight that features a $4000 trip to anywhere in the world. Mayor Nutter was also at 30th Street Station to light a menorah last Wednesday.
The creators have not discussed their sites with one another but agree that it would be ideal to incorporate this function into Penn InTouch itself.
James Germi talks about his goals for the new council which include increasing philanthropy and placing more emphasis on alumni.
Penn is the only school in the Ivy League that does not offer dance courses.
On Feb. 12, 2014, the museum will open “ICA@50: Pleasing Artists and Publics Since 1963,” which will be a series of micro-exhibitions and events that will occupy the second floor of the museum until the summer of 2014.
Kevin Sbraga, the winner of season seven of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” will open the Fat Ham on 31st and Walnut streets on Dec. 6. The menu will center around southern country cooking with a twist.