Groups at Penn are working to bridge the gap between religion and sexuality.
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The Penn Reading Initiative’s programming is on its way to becoming a national standard.
Although Penn’s new Muslim minister is still in her first week on the job, she is no stranger to campus.
Few Penn alumni would recognize the former disc jockey at Smokey Joe’s as he stood on the witness stand in a light blue prison shirt with “DOC” — for Department of Correction — written on the back in white letters.
Students who visited Sunday’s activities fair were likely bombarded with flyers for Penn’s abundance of religious groups.
In spite of the November Gaza Strip conflicts, Penn students proceeded with the Penn Hillel and Jewish Renaissance Project Taglit-Birthright Israel trip over winter break.
The livelihood of West Philadelphia’s Catholic community is not faring as well as Penn’s.
Last night, 11 students competed to earn their final grade — and $7,500 of seed money.
For most, working at investment firm Goldman Sachs would be the pinnacle of success. But for Denmark West, that’s only the beginning.
Taxes and tiaras are hardly a common combination — unless you’re a dollar diva.