Carlos Andres Gomez spoke last night at Irvine Auditorium as this year’s PENNsando keynote speaker.
Convergencias 2013 — an annual conference organized this year by the student group Mex@Penn — brought together a host of Mexican academics, professionals and students to have a dialogue on Mexico’s current situation and place in history.
Last night, Penn for Palestine, a student organization that raises awareness about Palestinian issues, screened the award-winning documentary, “Roadmap to Apartheid,” as part of the University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Symposium on Social Change and was jointly hosted by the Center for Africana Studies.
Last year, Director of the Creative Writing Program Greg Djanikian, lecturer Anthony DeCurtis and Filreis organized the inaugural symposium, a tribute to Bob Dylan.
Last night in Huntsman Hall, as part of Wharton Leadership Lectures, more than 60 people, gathered to hear Paul Orfalea speak.
The performance was held at the Iron Gate Theatre on 37th and Chestnut streets, where the annual fall shows are usually held.
The artists will give back a minimum of 40 hours to the community by sharing their talents leading workshops, teaching classes and exhibiting in the area.
The Ivy Plus STEM Symposium is a three-day conference designed to encourage undergraduate students to pursue advanced training in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.