Articles by Anjali Tsui

05/08/13 9:21pm
I’ve always struggled to be in one place at a time. In 2009, I unpacked my global baggage into a 9-by-10-foot box in Hill College House. I had a British passport and an American accent. I spoke fluent Chinese, but I wasn’t really Chinese.
10/30/11 11:16pm

Political activist Angela Davis speaks at Penn

Activist and scholar Angela Davis addressed a full house at Irvine Auditorium on Friday night.
09/09/11 3:10am
A snapshot of Penn on the morning of September 11.
08/29/11 5:24pm

Abducted newborn returned to HUP

A two-day-old boy is on his way back to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania after being taken by his mother around noon Thursday, and the Amber Child Abduction Alert has been lifted.
04/19/11 5:00am

Penn alumna wins Pulitzer Prize for fiction

1985 College graduate Jennifer Egan was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for fiction on Monday for her novel, A Visit from the Goon Squad.
04/15/11 1:32am
Power failures near 40th and Walnut streets recently left students and businesses — including Smokey Joe's and the Radian — temporarily without power.
03/05/11 7:36pm

Wharton still fourth in 'Businessweek' undergrad ranking

The publication used nine factors to evaluate undergraduate programs, including a survey of corporate recruiters, the academic quality of each program and the number of alumni it sends to to MBA programs.
03/01/11 7:25am
Gunshots were fired near 41st and Pine streets at about 12:45 a.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported and no suspects have been arrested.
02/19/11 1:07am
According to the hip-hop artist's website Friday night, he will be performing in Franklin Field, Philadelphia on April 15 — the night of the Spring Fling concert.
01/20/11 7:19am

UA members may impeach Treasurer

The petition has currently been signed by more than one third of UA members — filling the requirement for a charge to be brought against a member of the UA, according to College senior and UA member Mo Shahin.
01/07/11 12:27pm

Total applications rise 14 percent

Penn saw a 14-percent increase in applications for the class of 2015 compared to last year, receiving 30,800 total applications — the highest number in University history.
12/20/10 2:00pm

Senate repeals DADT but shatters DREAM

The U.S. Senate handed student activists mixed results this weekend, derailing the DREAM Act but putting an end to the ban on openly gay individuals serving in the military.
12/13/10 4:06am

British tuition hike may draw U.K. students to the U.S.

With a bill passed Dec. 9 set to triple the tuition cap for universities across England, British students may have more of a reason to consider studying abroad.
12/10/10 4:49am

DREAM Act derailed in Senate vote

The lame-duck Senate voted Thursday to delay a vote on the DREAM Act — a measure that aims to grant citizenship to immigrants who are not legal residents.
12/09/10 5:34am

House passes students’ DREAM

Student activists at Penn were encouraged by the passage of the DREAM Act in the House on Tuesday night. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill Thursday.
12/08/10 6:14am
Corinne Rich is the first female chairperson of the Lambda Alliance. She sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss her plans for the coming year.
12/02/10 4:59am

No major campus events organized for World AIDS day

For the first time in recent years, no prominent events were organized on campus to raise awareness for a disease which affects 33.4 million people worldwide.
12/01/10 5:32am

Ghost writing a complex topic

Two doctors were recently discovered to have used a writing company to produce the text of their 1999 book on psychiatric disorders.
11/24/10 4:20am
Allies — the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender interest and advocacy group for straight students — is making a comeback at Penn.
11/19/10 4:54am

Transgender Week highlights many facets of identity

This week is Transgender Awareness Week, a time for individuals to spread knowledge about what it means to be transgender.
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