Student groups plan Lunar New Year festivities, with hopes for the University to initiate celebrations on its own.
The organization’s mission is to reduce the boundaries that minorities face to entering the financial services and business industries.
In the fall, PAACH director of 10 years Peter Van Do suddenly departed from his position.
The symposium begins with the MLK Day of Service kickoff breakfast at Houston Hall.
Penn community members protested University's role in gentrification around West Philadelphia.
This semester, the Nominations Elections Committee brought on its first Black chair and the Social Planning and Events Committee is currently led by its first Black female president.
1997 College and Wharton graduate Musk presented employees with an online form in which employees could either agree to stay for the new work culture or to leave the following day.
The suit, which was filed in the Common Pleas Court, accused the city and University of tortious interference with a dead body and inflicting emotional distress.
While Penn is the only Ivy League institution to offer the language in such a capacity, the program suffers from lack of resources and currently has no full-time faculty members.
According to the report, the largest job losses during the pandemic have been in the office and administrative support sector.
Students for the Preservation of Chinatown, a coalition of college students against the proposed 76ers arena, organized the protest on Friday.
The Spiritual and Religious Life Center — which is located in Houston Hall — houses the Office of the Chaplain, serves as the home base for religion and spirituality at Penn.
Founded almost 20 years ago, PSO has a mission to broaden the understanding and awareness of the Sikh religion and heritage in the Penn community.
Associate Vice Provost for University Life Will Atkins said that the University is actively searching for a new PAACH director through a nationwide recruitment process.
The celebration started with a religious ceremony and an introduction by HJA's spirituality chair, followed by catered Indian food, while a DJ played a mix of Bollywood and English music.
The James D. McDonough Fellowship in Queer Art History was spearheaded by Katz, an associate professor of practice in the History of Art department.
At the performance, 16 songwriters in the club will perform original songs from a variety of genres that club members have collaborated on during weekly meetings throughout the semester.
The discussion focused on Konnikova's two recent bestsellers, "The Biggest Bluff" and "The Confidence Game."
The event took place outside in front of the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center, and much of the food was provided by Sharing Excess, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating food waste.
Members of the ARCH steering committee have new updates to the structural and operational functions of the redesigned building, including carving out a physical space for Natives at Penn.