SPEC Connaissance's event with actor Jonathan Majors this week was cancelled following his arrest on March 25.
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Houston Hall on March 10, 2022.
Penn alumnus and former MLB player Doug Glanville speaks to students and community members at the Kelly Writers House on April 26.
Marianne Williamson will be hosting her speaking event in Houston Hall's Bodek Lounge, co hosted by Penn Justice Dems and the Andrea Mitchell Center for Democracy.
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, in a press release on June 29, announced its name change to "Penn Live Arts" to commemorate the center's 50th anniversary and to strengthen its connection to Penn.
Students believe the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of antisemitism targets Palestinian activists and does not adequately define the term.
The Nominations and Elections Committee will hold its second virtual general student government election from April 12 to April 15.
A Penn student walks down a mostly empty Locust Walk on Mar. 14.
The current Penn Student Government’s reserve fund of $900,000 will allow the organization to spend more money to benefit first-generation, low-income students and students of color.
The Annenberg will be live-streaming performances for the Spring 2021 season, as well as hosting virtual masterclasses and editing services for dancers to keep the student body engaged.
Penn suspended University operations for Thursday, but COVID-19 testing will continue with a modified schedule at a limited number of sites.
Due to Winter Nor’easter Storm Orlena, Penn has suspended University operations for Monday.
The COVID-19 pandemic and remote learning led some students to take a gap semester this fall.
Columnist Tejaswi Bhavaraju urges readers to be ready to listen to counterarguments to their own political opinions.