Nine students stood up and read critical statements in front of top administrators, including Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett.
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College senior Nyazia Bey said low-income areas, where many Penn students hail from, will be most detrimentally impacted by the climate crisis.
College senior Jordan Andrews stood in solidarity with the students who spoke on climate issues at the meeting.
Students throughout the audience stood in solidarity with their peers who spoke on climate issues.
Keynote speaker Howard Dodson discussed his work in contemporary revisionist history of the African diaspora.
(Left to right) Howard Dodson, Hermine Pinson, Koritha Mitchell, and Dagmawi Woubshet.
(From left to right) Nathan Gardels, Nicolas Berggruen, and Trudy Rubin engaged in a discussion centered around Gardels and Berggruen's book, "Renovating Democracy."
Penn President Amy Gutmann introduced the event.
President Amy Gutmann (middle) honored Gregory Eells at the University Council Meeting. She is flanked by Provost Windell Pritchett (left) and moderator Emily Steiner, an English professor (right).
Natasha Menon (left) is the president of Penn's Undergraduate Assembly and Greg Callaghan (middle) is the president of the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly.
Wendell Pritchett, the 30th Provost of the University of Pennsylvania.
Heather Gibson Moqtaderi said the hackathon was inspired by the gallery's "Citizen Salon" pop-up exhibit.
Arthur Ross Gallery Assistant Director and Associate Curator Heather Gibson Moqtaderi said the event was designed to be inclusive of students from art backgrounds.
This event was made possible by the support of the University of Pennsylvania Art Collection, the Office of the Curator, Office of the Provost, and The Price Lab for Digital Humanities.