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Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim students — and students who don’t identify with a religion — were all present at TableTalk’s first discussion about religion this year.
An unnamed professor at Howard University is under investigation after allegedly holding a mock slave auction in class.
Former independent presidential candidate and 2011 Wharton MBA graduate Evan McMullin addressed a group of Penn students at Houston Hall on Wednesday night. He spoke about conservative opposition to President Donald Trump, who he said he believes endangers democratic values.
Several “imagine a Muslim-free America” signs were posted on multiple campuses across the country last week, USA Today reported last Wednesday.
Although many Americans have protested President Donald Trump’s immigration ban, some protests come from a place of personal connection. Jewish groups have invoked the memory of the restriction of Jewish immigration to the United States in the 1920s and 1930s, from which millions of Jews died in the Holocaust.
Tired of Rotten Tomatoes? Then you should check out The Moviegoer, Penn’s student-run film criticism blog.
UPDATE: A correction has been appended to the bottom of this article.
As winter fast approaches, students are once again pulling out their snow boots, scarves and gloves to face frigid treks across campus.
SEPTA will be implementing a new train schedule for its Regional Rail lines, according to a Philly Voice report.
The traditional brass key lock on the door of your on-campus room is about to get a major upgrade.
It’s logical that Democrats would be upset that President-elect, Donald Trump, seized the presidency on Tuesday, but even some Republicans at Penn supporting Hillary Clinton were shocked and upset over their own party’s victory.
In a small room on the third floor of Houston Hall, Wharton freshman Dylan Milligan emphatically ends a call on his iPhone and throws off his earbuds. He has just signed up another Philadelphia resident to canvass voters over the last weekend before Election Day. He looks around, with a big smile. His earbud-wearing friend across the table throws him a nod, mid-phone call herself. With no time to lose, Milligan quickly types in another number.
Nostalgic for childhood board games, with a not so child-appropriate twist? Check out The Mask and Wig Club’s fall production of “Magic Mike and Ike.” With its bright colors, ice-cream cone lights and full-sized gingerbread house, the set’s tone is fun and different than anything Mask and Wig has done before.