Articles by Amy Liu

02/11/19 3:33am
This spring semester alone, the library received more than 760 textbook requests from nearly 700 students using the library's resources.
02/04/19 2:58am
In 1921, the Penn Museum bought the two horse reliefs for $125,000 from C.T. Loo – a notorious Chinese art dealer whose methods of obtaining and exporting art have come under controversy. 
01/21/19 5:21am
Students involved in this project, which began in fall 2017, helped Tina Brosius become Pennsylvania's first woman to be freed from a life sentence since 1990.
01/17/19 5:37am
Graduate student leaders who have advocated for the implementation of the University's online bias reporting form discuss what the follow-up process looks like for student users.
12/10/18 5:56am
On Friday, four students presented research related to Penn Slavery Project's findings that documented the relationships that several high-level faculty at Penn's medical school had with slavery.
11/18/18 9:59pm
The Penn First Graduate Association formed earlier this semester to support first-generation, low-income graduate students. 
10/24/18 6:34am
Penn's Career Services has been actively working to address the specific issues FGLI students face during OCR. 
10/01/18 1:59am
Nursing students must spend 12-16 hours per week over the course of five semesters working at clinical sites scattered throughout the Philadelphia area.
09/06/18 12:00pm
In the face of slow progress, student leaders said they intend to expand their support base by engaging undergraduate students and finding further evidence to support the need for this office at Penn.  
09/04/18 2:05am
Funded by the Office of the University Architect, the months-long feasibility studies were used to determine which academic, recreational, and administrative buildings on campus could accomodate all-gender bathrooms.
08/30/18 1:16am
After months of graduate and professional student activism for better discrimination reporting, Penn rolls out the online form. 
08/20/18 3:03pm
From CAPS to student led groups, Penn's often competitive culture is complemented by these mental health resources every student should know.
04/24/18 6:54pm
The Harvard Varsity Club distributed copies of 'What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen,' to Harvard athletes, coaches, and administrators.
04/04/18 4:19am
Alexander prepares to retire on Aug. 31, but over the past near decade, he has led Counseling and Psychological Services through a period of growth and increased scrutiny. 
03/27/18 7:37pm
The Undergraduate Assembly's survey is not connected to the University mental health task force, which Penn reconvened in 2016 following 14 student suicides in three years.
03/22/18 10:10pm
I CARE launched in 2014 after four students died by suicide in the 2013-2014 academic year alone.
02/28/18 12:13am
'Embody You' is open to both undergraduate and graduate students and launched on Feb. 27, the Monday of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. 
02/20/18 3:30am
The use of CAPS' services by graduate students has increased from 12 percent in the 2016 - 2017 academic year to more than 17 percent for the current year. 
02/15/18 2:32am
Director of Outreach and Prevention Services Meeta Kumar said CAPS currently cannot keep up with the rapid expansion of its staff.
02/09/18 12:51am
From a former refugee and a 75-year-old lifetime Eagles fan to a Penn graduate with his family of six, here are the stories of the people at the historic Super Bowl celebration this Thursday. 
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