The dinner event took place Friday evening at Bodek Lounge and was crowded with about four dozen people seated in banquet-style tables.
The march in Philadelphia was a part of the second "Global Climate Strike," an event that included more than 150 simultaneous protests across the world.
The conference highlighted how equality is not always attainable and how a lack of equality might affect access to democratic participation and liberty.
Penn students and faculty joined the Philly Climate Strike, an event organized to demand that Philadelphia implement a citywide Green New Deal.
In Philadelphia, students are “at risk academically” if they miss 18 days of school throughout the year, according to the school district.
The event was attended by student residents from nearby dorms and took place in Gregory College House.
On Sept. 6, the complainant reported that an employee did not turn in cash payments at the end of their shift at Jimmy John's, located at 3925 Walnut St., at about 3 a.m.
The research team studied 358,242 tweet replies to American politicians between January 2017 and March 2018, both before and after Twitter's character limit increased.
Over sixty students attended "Sniff: Perfumed Oils of the Ancient World," the first of several workshops in Penn Museum's 2019-2020 Making Workshop series.
The new program allows walk-ins from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday at the Career Services office inside the McNeil Building.
The syllabus includes anime and manga from a range of genres, including the popular anime film "Your Name" and "Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind."
College sophomore Thomas Kaupas won the new transfer student representative election, winning against his three opponents with 31 votes. Only transfer students could vote in the election.
At the event, Kenney encouraged students to be engaged in Philadelphia communities and to consider pursuing careers in the city.
Construction on Penn First Plus' permanent home will begin later this semester and is expected to open in the 2020-2021 school year.
This was the third installment of the 1.5* Minute Climate Lecture series, a popup program organized by the College of Arts and Sciences every Wednesday this September.
The study, published in PNAS, showed that feeding different types of bacterial species led to genomic changes in just five generations of fruit flies.
The new court will feature two parts, with a subfloor and a maple hardwood floor on the top, designed to reduce knee and joint injuries.
The research, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, tracked the adherence rates of 149 local patients who take blood pressure medication.
While this marks the end of the broad alliance, the two will continue work on more specific projects focusing on CAR T cell therapy.
Yoshida, a 1995 graduate from the Graduate School of Education, brings an extensive background in intercultural education and community work to her new role.