Last night, students in Huntsman Hall were greeted by a man dressed in bags of beef jerky. However, this wasn’t a new dining option — the Wharton Entrepreneurship Club was hosting a panel discussion on business startups.
For EMS Week, MERT members shared what it’s like behind the scenes of the organization.
The show is held every September to introduce new students to the arts and to foster interest in returning students as well.
Currently 3,500 to 4,000 people, primarily Penn students, participate in the studies, although faculty and students from nearby universities such as Temple and Drexel, as well as other Philadelphia residents, will participate as well.
The robots were led to victory by twelve undergraduate and graduate students who competed in the RoboCup 2012 competition in Mexico City, which was held from June 18 to June 24.
Lum assumed the responsibilities of these positions on July 1, but his official appointment is awaiting approval from the University.
This ensures MERT is properly prepared according to state guidelines to respond effectively to campus emergencies and that patient information is kept strictly confidential.
Last Saturday at the South Bank on 3401 Grays Ferry Avenue, Philadelphia residents and members of the Penn community came out to find deals on products that once resided in Penn students’ dorm rooms.
The film Miss Representation was screened Wednesday night at the Annenberg Public Policy Center to an audience of about 100. It examines the role of women in U.S. society.
The Race Dialogue Project’s “Mixed Messages: Stories of Inter-identity Relationships,” opened Nov. 13 and features photographs by Robert Kalman. The artwork of Penn students is exhibited as well.
The Penn Institute for Urban Research, along with the Urban Studies Program, hosted a panel Tuesday evening in College Hall to discuss Bloomberg’s New York: Class and Governance in the Luxury City by Julian Brash.