Articles by Zoe Braccia

11/07/17 12:28am
Rizzo served as police commissioner during the 1960s and as mayor from 1972 to 1980. He had notoriously tense relationships with the Philadelphia's black and LGBTQ communities during his tenure as a top city official. 
11/06/17 11:57pm
“There have been documented instances of bureaucratic and judicial corruption, dangerous and unhealthy living conditions, and human rights violations in many of these facilities." 
10/24/17 12:50pm
These discoveries debunk the commonly held theory that skin pigmentation is a consequence of exposure to sunlight, proving instead that darker skin is the direct result of a specific genetic variant. 
10/18/17 8:36pm
Teams will be required to attend "no fewer than five mandatory trainings and programs," the Harvard Crimson reported. 
10/11/17 5:25pm
"Walmart is not the sexiest brand to work for," College senior Aaron Lai told Bloomberg, but as a computational biology major, he found the analytics side of the retail industry interesting.
10/09/17 1:14pm
"It’s been known for some time that gun violence, like many other forms of crime and other social problems, can be clustered within certain neighborhoods."
10/02/17 10:19pm
The fellowships are part of Penn's growing efforts to engage its Philadelphia neighbors and are funded by a $2 million endowment from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
09/25/17 5:44pm
Paul Miller's legacy as Trustees Chair and the driving force behind a $1 billion capital campaign for Penn was memorialized recently in a Penn Almanac feature.
09/20/17 4:17pm
United by Blue's expansion marks the latest in a string of changes to the dining scene around Penn. 
09/13/17 7:05pm
GSE Professor Annie McKee writes that workplace happiness is a "human right." 
09/11/17 3:42pm
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Harvard announced last week that the club had finished its transformation into Aleph, a gender-neutral club.
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