MAYA 2012: Lord of Time is trying to answer this question. The world premiere exhibit opened at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on Saturday with a ribbon cutting ceremony, lectures and lunch.
Philadelphia resident Khalid Moffitt, 37, rose from being a prisoner and gunshot victim to an author, poet and activist. The Philadelphia NAACP branch board member spoke at Thursday night’s candlelight vigil for Trayvon Martin in Center City.
Nutter and co-panelists Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sanchez and Penn Political Science professor Rogers Smith took a significant portion of the hour to agree that race still plays a role in politics today, though it has come a long way in the past decade.
Greenwald, who is widely regarded as one of the country’s most influential political commentators, critically assessed past and current United States presidential administrations’ attempts to expand executive authority.
Students, faculty and staff at Penn — as well as from schools across Philadelphia — walked out of their classrooms Thursday for the National Day of Action for Education, joining together in solidarity for a march to City Hall.
Yesterday, the 1997 Ph.D. recipient finished his day at Friends’ Central Day School to come to Penn to educate about 100 college students about great sex. His talk was in Claudia Cohen Hall, where he aimed to get people thinking about sexuality in a healthy and normal way.
Ken Hicks, Chief Executive Officer of Foot Locker is all too familiar with consumer spending trends, what gets customers through the doors … and what keeps them out. He sits down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss his views.
At Thursday’s Wharton Leadership Lecture Ken Hicks, President and Chief Executive Officer of Foot Locker, spoke of his goal to turn a rapidly declining chain of less-than-successful athletic footwear outlets into “the leading global retailer of athletically-inspired shoes and apparel.”
Will you be attending the Made in America Festival this weekend?