The proposal was outlined at a panel titled "Penn's International Future," that was sponsored by the ISA and Phi Beta Delta, an international honor society, several weeks ago. The establishment of a new center would result in the moving of the Office of International Programs from its cramped quarters in Bennett Hall to the new facility, according to Muoto. Muoto said that by stressing the need for an International Center, students are responding to the acceleration of international education and compensating for a lack of adequate housing for international students. The proposal will be one of several facing the Diversity on the Walk committee currently. -- Ed MillerComments powered by Disqus
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