Students are celebrating LGBTQ identity through an art exhibit, moving screenings, and talks on identity at this year's QPenn. The theme for the week is "Lineage" – in honor of LGBTQ history.
Penn's chapters of Common Party, TableTalk Global, and Bridge USA hosted the event, which took place in Houston Hall on March 20.
The goal of Penn Global Seminars is to provide “greater access” to Penn students by increasing the number of students that can participate and the variety of locations offered, according to Penn Abroad Director Nigel Cossar.
The ASDA is a national student-led organization with over 24,000 members that holds meetings throughout the year for students to network and receive education on issues currently challenging dentistry.
As their graduating gift, the Class of 2017 of Penn’s Nurse-Midwifery program decided to start a scholarship for midwives of color.
Camika Royal spoke for this year's Alvin P. Gutman Public Scholar Lecture, an annual Civic House event that invites a noted scholar to inspire guests to actively seek social change.
Design of Mobile Products is a seminar consisting of six 90-minute sessions that introduce students to the basics of designing and prototyping a mobile app.
The memorial, entitled, #BlazeItForward, was organized to thank volunteers who helped search for Bernstein when he went missing and who continued to help the family after his body was found.
As Black History Month comes to a close, Students Organizing for Unity and Liberation, Civic House, and Phi Beta Sigma fraternity organized the talk with civil rights advocate James McFadden.
For National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Project HEAL has several initiatives, including a laptop sticker fundraiser and the distribution of informational brochures given out on Locust Walk.
The mission of Eco-House is to demonstrate affordable sustainable living in order to inform, engage, and inspire Penn’s fellow residents, visitors, and community members.
37,409 applications were submitted in the regular decision application process while the remaining 7,073 were part of the early decision batch.
While open to anyone who wanted to attend, the meeting consisted of half a dozen members of PennFems, a feminist student organization that hosted the event.
Penn is the target of 3.2 percent of the recruitment and hiring efforts of major firms including Credit Suisse Group, Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup, reported Business Insider on Tuesday.
A day before the Open Forum, Pritchett said he hadn't heard significant criticism of Penn's policies on reporting sexual assault but that the U. was 'going to continue to ask that question.'
Attendees filled the space at the event titled “Reporting on Gender Violence in India," a discussion sponsored by the Penn South Asia Center and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
The talk primarily featured employees from Oculus, which emphasized the potential of virtual reality, as well as the diversity of applicants the companies are looking for.
In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, Pritchett, the group's chair, wrote that its purpose is to better "our understanding of Penn's connection to slavery and the implications of these findings."
Laughter and tears filled the Kelly Writer's House this afternoon as friends and family of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein shared personal stories of the 19-year-old Penn student.
Yagoda visited the Writers House as a part of an ongoing speaker series funded by a donation from 1962 College graduate Maury Povich.