A student-run magazine and a performing arts group are part of an ongoing arts initiative that has taken place within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community this semester.
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In light of recent discussions about the economic diversity of Penn’s student body, some members of the University community are looking to further the conversation by creating a formal group.
When the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to approve the Respect for Marriage Act early last month, the federal government came one step closer to legalizing gay marriage.
In recognition of yesterday’s World AIDS Day, various campus groups held events to raise awareness and educate community members about matters of prevention.
The Lambda Alliance — the umbrella organization for LGBT groups on campus — elected its new chair and board on Tuesday. College sophomore Hugh Hamilton sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss how he hopes to lead Lambda next year.
In addition to the stress of studying Organic Chemistry and Finance, Penn students must also find a place to live.
Engineering junior Michelle Leong was recently elected chair of the Asian Pacific Student Coalition. Leong — who is the outgoing vice chair of political affairs — will lead the Asian umbrella group for the next calendar year. APSC serves as the umbrella organization for nineteen groups on campus. Leong sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian yesterday to discuss her upcoming goals.
With the release of the University’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity, Penn has taken a step toward fostering more diverse hiring practices.
For transgender students, deciding between male and female designated bathrooms is not always a simple choice.
Is it any wonder that 80 percent of United States women are dissatisfied with their appearance?
Psychiatric emergencies, allergic reactions and chest pains — these are situations that the average student will only encounter in novels or textbooks, but members of Penn’s Medical Emergency Response Team may face these situations every week.
After long-time Director June Chu departed from the Pan-Asian American Community House, the Asian American resource center has named Meeta Kumar the interim director of the organization.
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is underwater. Increasingly high tides, continuous rain and rising river waters have caused the worst floods in half a century, according to CNN.
As Wharton senior and Bloomers chairwoman Megan Lacey was flyering to promote the group’s show on Locust Walk this week, she yelled to passing students that the “CEOs of Google, Apple and Facebook” will be present at their event.
On the field, Penn athletes are often hard at work: perfecting their game-winning shot and practicing for the big game. Off the field, however, they are also working hard to create an environment of acceptance.
“People are people no matter where they are born!”
Comedian Hari Kondabolu sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian on Wednesday before his performance in Houston Hall. Kondabolu — who has been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live and the HBO Comedy Arts Festival — performed as part of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Week. He graduated from Bowdoin College in 2004 and received a Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics. He has been a professional comedian for the past three years.
On Monday, the 19th Asian Pacific American Heritage Week will attempt to “redefine” stereotypes.
For many new mothers at Penn, the struggle to find a space to breast feed their child or pump their breast milk may soon come to an end.
African-American news publications may not be telling the whole truth about cancer care.