Articles by Manlu Liu

02/22/18 12:05am
A day before the Open Forum, Pritchett said he hadn't heard significant criticism of Penn's policies on reporting sexual assault but that the U. was 'going to continue to ask that question.'
02/13/18 9:28pm
The program was announced after the Campus Conversation, at the same time Penn announced it would hire five new staff at the Counseling and Psychological Center.
02/09/18 4:56pm
The celebration marked the official opening of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, but the center's "soft opening" took place in March 2017.
02/02/18 3:25pm
Over the past year, since he was named a Penn prof., Biden has appeared at several events on campus, including a public conversation with Penn President Amy Gutmann in March 2017. 
01/24/18 5:50pm
Students found that of the 28 founding University trustees they investigated (there were 126 in total), 20 held slaves between 1769 and 1800 and had financial ties to the slave trade. 
01/18/18 4:08pm
Close to 240 cities submitted proposals in October last year applying to be the location of Amazon’s second headquarters. Philadelphia has now been selected as one of the top 20 finalists. 
01/15/18 5:31pm
There is a minimum number of school days which all universities must meet, and that often influences the decision of whether or not to suspend operations.
12/13/17 12:05am
Even though the Penn administration has expressed support of its DACA students, dreamers have no concrete path that would preventing them from deportation. 
12/11/17 11:47pm
The House of Representatives passed a version of the $1.5 trillion tax plan on Nov. 16, and it included a provision taxing tuition waivers for graduate students.
11/29/17 8:38pm
The event was one of 60 held at universities across the country on Nov. 29 in anticipation of the looming GOP tax plan vote in the Senate later this week.
11/19/17 3:19pm
GET-UP member and education PhD student Miranda Weinberg said the group has been waiting three times as long as it usually takes to have their petition processed.  
11/08/17 11:56pm
Various graduate student leaders were completely unaware of the new regulations, despite some communication between the University and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly about them.
11/05/17 10:53pm
Free speech among faculty has roared back into the news this semester with the controversies surrounding Penn Law professor Amy Wax and History TA Stephanie McKellop. 
10/24/17 6:11pm
In March, Penn President Amy Gutmann appointed a chief diversity officer, but graduate students say a fully staffed physical office is still necessary to support diversity efforts. 
10/23/17 3:48pm
Quakers for Life, a student group opposed to abortion, protested outside Van Pelt Library on Monday using nearly twenty graphic pictures of aborted fetuses. 
10/18/17 6:19pm
Graduate students are working with administrators and faculty to devise resources that can help the unique experiences of first-generation graduate students. 
10/12/17 1:13am
In her first public talk since defending "bourgeois values" in a controversial op-ed, Amy Wax dismissed slavery as an issue that would not be "worthy of discussion."  
10/11/17 5:49pm
“The expectation is that undergrads generally do not stay around in the summertime,” Faculty Director of College Houses and Academic Services Dennis DeTurck said. 
10/08/17 6:50pm
In a survey taken in 2015, 42.4 percent of female Penn graduate students who responded said they have been victims of sexual harassment.
09/29/17 1:34pm
Persian literature professor Fatemeh Shams has been separated seemingly indefinitely from her Iranian parents, both of whom are poor in health. 
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