PAACH welcomed new director Mei Long on July 3, filling a vacancy created after the abrupt departure of former Director Peter Van Do in September 2022.
Although the program is not directly affiliated with Penn organizations, its members overlap closely with the Black Student Association, which helps advertise the program to incoming freshmen.
Penn’s seven Cultural Resource Centers offer students a place to find a community for support and growth.
The new pre-orientation program will bring students from 21 countries and 12 states together to engage with different cultures.
Penn students spent ten days this summer exploring their Jewish heritage in Israel, on a trip funded by the nonprofit organization Birthright Israel.
Hettie Simmons Love, who was among the first Black Ivy League MBA graduates, died on July 14. She graduated from Wharton in 1947 as the sole Black student and one of two women in her class.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with students about their thoughts on the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding the right to refuse service to same-sex couples.
Long, who previously served as an associate director of academic affairs and advising in Wharton, stepped into her position as PAACH director on July 3.
Muhammad will be the inaugural Director of Inclusion Initiatives and Social Justice Education at University Life starting July 1.
Attendees rallied against gentrification for almost four hours during Saturday's Chinatown march.
"Introduction to Disability Studies" will be offered for the first time this fall, providing students with the opportunity to explore disability through an interdisciplinary lens.
The 51st annual Philadelphia Pride March and Festival began at Washington Square in Center City and ended with festivities in the Gayborhood.
Cross is the LGBT Center's second ever director, taking on the role after its first director Bob Schoenberg retired in 2017.
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a line-up of past events and celebrations that will continue throughout the rest of the academic year.
This event comes after the cancellation of the previously scheduled SPEC event with Jonathan Majors on April 4 following his arrest on charges of assault and harassment.
Interim Provost Beth Winkelstein, Office of General Counsel's Senior Vice President Wendy White, and former Interim President Wendell Pritchett are likely to deliver testimony.
Roughly 200 attendees stopped by to eat over four different dishes at the event.
Students enrolled in the course have voiced their concerns to the LGBT Center, the Anthropology department, and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program.
During the conference, five residents spoke to a crowd about how they are pleased with the allocation of land to affordable housing, but want more to be done.
Throughout its long history, Chinatown and its residents have faced numerous challenges from groups of developers looking to redevelop Center City and the Chinatown area.