Articles by Ashley Ahn

07/18/19 5:51pm
At a conference attempting to build a new, non-racist “conservative nationalism," Wax argued for an immigration policy favoring immigrants from Western countries over non-Western countries.
06/27/19 12:02am
Penn is the only Ivy League institution in the top five colleges in America with the highest earning graduates, according to career website Zippia. 
06/26/19 1:57am
The items taken include wallets with credit cards and electronics such as an iPhone and laptop. 
06/24/19 11:28pm
The study analyzed Facebook status updates written by approximately 1,000 consenting patients and evaluated the posts' language and users’ demographics. Researchers found that social media content could predict all 21 conditions considered in the study.
06/20/19 9:08pm
U.S. News announced the 2019-2020 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll on Tuesday.
06/17/19 12:57am
2019 Engineering graduate Dayo Adetu sued her high school after failing to receive an unconditional college acceptance in 2014.
06/12/19 12:49am
Panera Bread opened on Penn's campus on June 11 after multiple delays due to construction. The restaurant has two floors and technological features such as outlets on tables and touch pads to order. 
06/11/19 9:58pm
After nearly five years as Wharton dean, Geoffrey Garrett will leave Wharton and become dean of USC's Marshall School of Business.
05/28/19 3:22pm
Penn Book Center owners sent out an email on May 24 notifying community members that they reached an agreement with the University to stay open through the summer.
05/27/19 3:53am
Penn Medicine notified nearly 900 patients whose records may have been improperly accessed and misused by a former Penn medical assistant.
05/14/19 2:12am
Now having laughed with, worked in, and befriended the Penn community for more than 18 years, Soin is retiring from her position as the first lone staff member at the Pan-Asian American Community House.
04/23/19 2:25am
At noon, people gathered in front of the Button for the first day of the week-long protest, which calls on Penn to help save the bookstore.
04/22/19 12:22am
The IFC will offer about 10 scholarships to new members, depending on the amount of applicants and financial need.
04/14/19 10:40pm
On April 8, store owners Ashley Montague and Michael Row announced that Penn Book Center will shut its doors after nearly 60 years of business. 
04/12/19 12:25am
 SHS will provide free booster vaccines to Penn's at-risk students. 
04/08/19 2:04am
The symposium, which was a two-day event consisting of panels by historians and presentations by students, took place on April 3 and 4 and was co-hosted by the Program on Race, Science, and Society. 
04/01/19 3:46am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to some students who were admitted to the Class of 2023 on March 28. Here are their stories. 
04/01/19 1:29am
Engineering sophomore Majesty Uwagerikpe, who held another position on the IFC executive board, is now IFC's first Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion.
03/28/19 12:41am
Students urged Penn to give the three cultural houses, which are housed in the ARCH basement, more space and resources.
03/26/19 11:05pm
The event, which will be held on April 4, is hosted by Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention. Hundreds of students and staff typically attend the march.
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