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During Harkavy's time as a Penn undergraduate, he said there was “overt conflict" between the school and West Philadelphia community.
What really makes a space "safe"? In this episode, we explore the phrase by digging into the history of Du Bois College House and analyzing the ways in which it has made Penn feel safer for many students.
Lots of Penn students hear about their parents’ alma maters, but we caught up with two students whose parents didn’t go to college. Mckayla and Jenny are two of the roughly 1,200 First Generation undergraduates at Penn.
What is the "Penn bubble"? Tune in to hear students and administrators talk about living on a college campus in the city of Philadelphia.
The writing seminar is the only course every Penn student must take. It's also one of the lowest ranked courses on Penn Course Review. This week on Quite Frankly we explore why this course is required.
What happens to Penn students when they decide to take time off to address their physical or mental health? On the inaugural episode of Quite Frankly we talk to students who took leaves of absence and explore their stories.
The House Liquor Control Committee voted 15–10 along party lines to pass a bill that would privatize Pennsylvania’s state-run liquor stores system, which would make the price of alcohol drop.