This semester, the Nominations Elections Committee brought on its first Black chair and the Social Planning and Events Committee is currently led by its first Black female president.
With the loss, Penn has dropped 18 of its last 19 against the Wildcats and falls to a precarious 0-3 in the Big 5.
James told The Daily Pennsylvanian that she hopes the book will help people recognize challenges as a means to better prepare them with navigating future unexpected situations.
In 2022, the world saw a myriad of protests erupt, social issues and conflicts arise, and the saliency of the COVID-19 pandemic dissipate. While sitting in lecture halls, playing in the Palestra, and eating in Houston Hall, the Penn community amounted to similar challenges. The Daily Pennsylvanian’s photographers documented the stories of 2022 as the Penn community felt the ripple of events around the world. These images postmark the end of another tumultuous year as another looms on the horizon. document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2022/12/2022-year-in-photos-recap-essay"