Penn is full of noteworthy initiatives. But we would like to
highlight one in particular: Penn Dining and Bon Appetit’s efforts to work with
students to implement a food recovery program.Starting this fall, our dining services providers, Penn
Dining and Bon Appetit, will establish a program that transfers food unable to
be consumed at dining halls to a local hunger relief agency.
Through her years of advocacy work, various death threats have been made toward Ayaan Hirsi by religious extremists because of her outspoken style against Islam.
An IDU will inject drugs an average of 1,000 times per year. That is 1,000 opportunities to contract HIV or HCV.
Here’s the catch. Intelligence isn’t the biggest predictor of test scores — it’s socioeconomic status. Critics of affirmative action base their arguments on a completely faulty standard.
I, like many Penn students, own clothing produced by VF Corporation. Every backpack I’ve owned since middle school has been a JanSport, and I love a warm North Face jacket as much as anyone else. As consumers of VF apparel and as Penn students, we are in a unique position to stop VF from getting away with this injustice.
As far as incentives are concerned, your teacher is a research scientist who works as a part-time proctor.
Delaney enjoys the process of politics and admires the rhetoric of the greatest presidents of the past, but even a short conversation with him shows that he is informed and cares about the issues facing the Penn community.
Penn needs a student body president who is equipped to work tirelessly to solve the aforementioned problems, and UA presidential candidate Joyce Kim has the track record, the vision, the relationships and the commitment that it takes.
Jerome Allen's primary goal - like the goal of the legendary coach he played for, Fran Dunphy - is to produce, as much as he can, fine young men.
We think that by taking our problems lightly-by turning our insecurities into just another competitive game, we can minimize whatever is really going on.
As a student body and administration, we are letting other things hold our attention, topics of lesser importance. We’re silencing this issue, letting the very real threat of sexual violence on this campus slip back under the radar.
The Penn community needs different expressions of Christianity and the DP needs to do its part in understanding the richness of the faith landscape at Penn when writing on the subject.
Like Ravi, we need rationally grounded answers to maintain hope through the ups and downs of life.