Harnwell College House will welcome two new student-designed communities — Policy, Politics, and Social Change Part II and Muslim Life — for the next academic year.
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Last year, Penn Dining canceled Black History Month celebrations, prompting backlash from students and dining hall workers. This year, they will feature family dishes created by dining hall staff.
College senior Srinivas Mandyam was awarded the Churchill Scholarship in December 2019 from the Winston Churchill Foundation.
To celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year, Penn Dining invited the Sang Kee Duck House General Manager and 2010 College graduate Henry Chow to speak about his career at Kings Court English College House.
Students claim the current meal plan system causes an excess of meal swipes each semester. The Undergraduate Assembly is currently working with Penn Dining Advisory Board to find more options for students to use swipes, but administrators do not see much reason for significant change.
As part of Penn’s awareness initiatives for World AIDS Day, an invited researcher gave a talk about bias in the medical field.
William Lacy Swing, former United States ambassador and diplomat, spoke about the history and controversies surrounding United Nations peacekeeping missions at a Perry World House event Wednesday night.
Perelman School of Medicine professor Angela DeMichele will be leading a clinical trial targeting triple-negative breast cancer, otherwise known as TBNC. DeMichele has received a $3 million grant from Stand Up 2 Cancer and Genetech, the Penn Almanac reported.
The Penn First Graduate Association held a panel for first-generation low-income undergraduate students looking to apply to graduate schools. The panelists, who are current FGLI graduate students, answered student questions about the difficulties of finding housing and financial help as a graduate student.
Penn Sustainability has released an updated version of its course inventory, a 26-page document that lists more than 300 sustainability-related courses offered across dozens of departments.
Penn Law School professor Natasha Sarin's research recently found that certain Obama-era consumer finance reforms were effective while others did not have a significant impact in the wake of the Great Recession.