The play was written by Ruby Rae Spiegel and centers around two high schoolers in Florida attempting to find a way to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, foiled by regulations and a hostile environment and attitudes toward abortion.
The Fiber Arts Circle, according to its leaders, aims to serve as a safe space where students can take a break from Penn's competitive culture.
Several PORES faculty and affiliated students work on the NBC News Decision Desk each year, assisting the network in projecting the outcome of races.
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to alumni and current students participating in Homecoming who said that the atmosphere on campus was one of reunions and relaxation.
The student leaders said that they formed the groups in order to create space and support neurodivergent and disabled students at Penn.
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
Bridge to Math, formerly known as Bridge to Math 114, is a student-led initiative that started last year
The event was planned and hosted by Penn Traditions, a student organization under Penn Alumni that aims to “celebrate Penn’s history and traditions, connect students and alumni, and promote and inspire lifelong Penn pride.”
After an hour-long protest interrupted the Homecoming football game on Oct. 22, FFP organizers packed up their belongings later that night, saying that they decided to leave on a "high note."
After 50 minutes, police officers began apprehending student protestors with zip-tie cuffs and escorting them off the field as many in the crowd cheered.
On Oct. 21 and 22, KWH is celebrating its 25th anniversary with three events, starting with an informal party from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday.
The celebration — which took place on Shoemaker Green on Oct. 21 — included free food from local vendors, giveaways of picnic blankets, and games, in addition to the live music.
The inauguration will feature a variety of events including a procession down Locust Walk, a 5K around Penn Park, and a pet-friendly walk with Magill and her goldendoodle.
The sessions, organized by Penn Violence Prevention and Penn Campus Recreation, will be held at Pottruck each Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. until the end of October.
The restaurant, which is located at 3432 Sansom St., started out offering delivery and takeout services and has been open for dine-in as of Oct. 6.
The University’s funding plan will be announced at the Oct. 26 University Council meeting and will sustain the center for four and a half years.
The event took place Oct. 12 and showed selected works from the Center’s 2021-2022 acquisitions.
Every year, Penn admits around 160 transfers, second only to Cornell in the Ivy League.
The organization is currently in the process of gaining recognition from the Student Activities Council, Vice Provost of University Life, and Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé.