OFSL and Residential Services are assisting the students who were displaced from their chapter house find new housing options.
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Each fraternity and sorority chapter is making their own decision on refunding or crediting members.
Workers at retail dining cafes and Falk Dining Commons will be paid through May 15.
Many students find Penn's decision to replace Fresh Grocer unnecessary.
Many shelves are not being restocked, such as the aisle for bottled water products.
Penn Student Government will contribute $200,000 to Makuu: The Black Cultural Center.
Marshall spoke about women being mischaracterized by mainstream media, violent crime, and podcasting.
Marshall discussed examples of the kind of stories her podcast addresses, like the characterization of Anna Nicole Smith.
All new fraternity members must attend a workshop at their chapter house facilitated by MARS.
Makuu is Penn's cultural center for Black students.
Alpha Phi Alpha’s Psi chapter concluded their 100th anniversary celebrations with a candlelight vigil for MLK.
Attendees sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing" at the compass.
The audience listened to speeches by current and former chapter members.
Senior Staff Scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Michele Andrasik
Andrasik pointed out that implicit biases are not influenced by social desirability bias, which pushes people to behave in certain ways with the hope that others will view them more favorably as a result.
Andrasik linked these implicit biases to public perception of global health epidemics, such as the AIDS crisis, during which many blamed the disease on the perceived promiscuity of gay men.
Edmond said, “By examining the work of such poets, I show how literature over the past half century has turned to repetition to address new media technologies and global cultural change.”
(Left to right) Russian and East European Studies professor Kevin M.F. Platt, English professor Josephine Park, and Jacob Edmond, a professor of English and linguistics at the University of Otago.