The filmmaker, Jennifer Fox, alleges that she was sexually abused by Ted Nash — who died in 2021— when she was 13 years old.
Penn Against The Occupation hosted Rutgers University professor Noura Erakat and Palestinian writer Mohammed El-Kurd as part of Israeli Apartheid Week.
This was the first time the event has occurred since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over 100 students attended a speaker event at Penn Hillel where a Holocaust survivor spoke about his time growing up as a child survivor of the Nazi's occupation of France.
Since its inception, students involved in the Penn & Slavery Project have researched the impact of slavery on the University’s campus, finances, and medical school, among other aspects.
As part of the clinic, students will be assigned to cases with local residents, nonprofits, and organizations.
Protestors remained outside the Inn at Penn for over two hours, and students and community members spoke to the crowd about why protecting Chinatown is important to them.
The Scholar in Residence program is the first residency of its kind at any university in the United States.
Owens sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss his first book and its reception.
P1P is an organization supporting first-generation, low-income students on campus.
The Bonner Community Scholars Program aims to increase access to higher education for first-generation and low-income students.
The lecture will feature Brent Staples from the New York Times in conversation with Tufuku Zuberi, the Penn Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations.
The African American Resource Center is hosting civil rights activist JoAnne Bland for its annual lecture series honoring Harold Haskins.
Penn will host 1vyG, the largest conference for first-generation, low-income Ivy League students, from Feb. 24-26.
The remains will be buried at Eden Cemetery — a historically Black cemetery — and will be commemorated with a public memorial service.
Associate Vice Provost for University Life Will Atkins made the announcement on Feb. 10 in an email to the center's students, faculty, and stakeholders.
Student groups and University Life are hosting events and celebrations recognizing Black History Month on campus.
Elise Scioscia was chosen for the position after a nearly year-long nationwide search prompted by the departure of former Director Malik Washington in January 2022.
This ruling means that the opposing party – Rutgers professor Lyra Monteiro and community activist Abdul-Aliy Muhammad – are nullified from participating in court procedures.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with the new leaders of Penn’s main minority coalition about their goals and plans for the upcoming year.