Students and other members of the Penn community marched down Locust Walk chanting "Not the church, not the state, women must decide their fate!" and "They say no-choice; we say pro-choice!"
Du Bois College House was founded in 1972 to promote retention and academic success of Black students at Penn. Fifty years later, however, Black students drew attention to the increasing number of non-Black residents.
In an email sent to students and alumni of Penn Hillel, Sorgeloos announced that she is leaving Penn to start a new job as a consultant for a nonprofit organization in Washington.
The party was scheduled to start at 10 p.m., and at 11:15 p.m., students were heard screaming while several individuals threw eggs at students that burst upon impact on their faces, body, hair, and clothes.
Two elevators and a Limited-Use-Limited-Application lift will be installed in the Quad. Stouffer will become newly accessible with reconstructed entrances, elevators and ramps to the dorm.
The event, which has been virtual since 2019 due to COVID-19, was held starting 5 p.m. in the Graduate School of Education tent and featured a rally followed by a survivors' vigil.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with the seven cultural centers at Penn to find out how they will be celebrating graduating students this spring.
PAACH has hosted five AsianTalks discussion events in the form of group therapy sessions with 20 to 30 graduate and undergraduate students.
The 50th anniversary reunion event attracted former and current residents of Du Bois College House, who came together to reflect on their experiences living in the college house.
During Holi, people throw colored powder into the air and on each other to celebrate. To prepare, the Class Boards have purchased thousands of pounds of powder in six different colors.
In front of a sold-out crowd, Hunter Schafer sat down with Malik Muhammad, associate director at the LGBT Center, to discuss her life and answer the audience's questions.
At the town hall, representatives from the 4B discussed the pros and cons of moving the cultural centers, and students shared their thoughts on the proposal.
Saturday's events included opening remarks from School of Arts & Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty, a keynote speech by author Cathy Park Hong, alumni panels, and performances from student groups.
Participants enjoyed food prepared by the townhome residents, listened to music, and conversed with community members. Organizers also led a march around the UC Townhomes complex.
QPenn 2022 kicked off this Sunday with opening words and a mixer hosted in collaboration with FGLIQ. The week will wrap up on Saturday with Queer Student Alliance’s drag show.
Bailar was the first openly trans swimmer to compete in NCAA Division I swimming and was the first trans man to compete in any men’s sport in the NCAA.
Students at Georgia Tech said that the presence of the protestors in front of the NCAA venue made them feel unsafe on a traditionally safe and inclusive campus.
Hundreds of people at City Hall were draped in the Ukrainian flags and carrying signs, some of which read: “Stop Putin,” “USA help Ukraine,” and “NATO protect our sky.”
The event will be held virtually from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will focus on solving problems at the intersection of environmental sustainability and Indigenous issues.
Along with a transcribe-a-thon, the event included other activities like group songs and national broadcasts with live speakers.