Articles by Carmina Hachenburg
Former Clinton aide Jennifer Palmieri urges young women to be unapologetic at Penn eventAt the event, Palmieri explained how women in leadership are subject to “deeply enlarged gender biases” and urged them to be unapologetic about their identities despite this.
Donald Stewart, former dean at the College of Arts and Sciences, dies at 80Stewart, who was 80 when he died, joined the Penn community in 1970 and had several roles during his time in the school.
Student develops LED lamp and flood alert system to solve issues faced in his native GhanaAyebiahwe said the idea of creating a multipurpose, rechargeable, and affordable LED lamp resonates with his own experiences growing up in a small village in Ghana.
Four Penn professors receive prestigious Guggenheim FellowshipThe Guggenheim Fellowship recognizes exceptional work in natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and the creative arts.
'Eat & Greets' initiative aims to help students meet new people in dining hallsThe new "Eat & Greets" program is part of an initiative to improve mental wellness and encourage students to meet new people.
Duke to pay $112.5 million in response to research fraud allegationsThe payment will settle a lawsuit which claims that Duke faked research from 2006 to 2013 to receive additional funding from the United States government.
Penn Law initiative to provide mentorship for first-generation law studentsThe Penn Law First Generation Fellows program, funded by 1988 Law graduate David Silk, will provide personal mentorship and career support to first generation law students.
Perelman School of Medicine ranked third place for research in U.S. News reportThis year, Penn's Perelman School of Medicine and the School of Medicine at Stanford University were tied for third place.
Student group's Black History Month program fills 'void of multicultural education'The after-school program promotes cultural pride for school-aged children of African descent in West Philadelphia.
New SEPTA bus route to provide access from University City to greater PhiladelphiaRoute 49 will include stops at Penn, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the Eastern State Penitentiary, and museums and attractions on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Black feminist women created most modern movements, author Feminista Jones tells PennJones read sections from her new book “Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World from the Tweets to the Streets."
Temple University one of first colleges to display new Progress Pride flagJason Levy, senior director of student center operations at Temple, said the flag shows that the school is “supportive of everybody” and “really wants students to feel comfortable here.”
Four Penn students win Y-Prize for catheter that prevents bacterial infectionsThe team developed an idea for a catheter that has micro-sized crevices to prevent bacterial growth, which can cause infections.
Penn GSE prof. wins award for book on the role of literacy in immigrant communitiesCampano won the award for his most recent book, “Partnering with Immigrant Communities: Action Through Literacy."
Philadelphia named 'City of the Year' by GQ magazineThe Philadelphia-themed article was written by Zach Baron, a GQ writer and Philadelphia native. "It just feels…different in Philadelphia these days. Downright victorious, even," he wrote.
They do the DP crossword together every week. Last Friday, he used it to propose.Inside the romantic story of how Penn Medicine student Will Kennedy worked with The Daily Pennsylvanian and a former crossword editor from The Washington Post to propose to his girlfriend, Kinnari Patel.
After Trump cuts U.N. funding, Penn Public Policy Consulting group expresses concerns in D.C.They focused on discussing the benefits of UNICEF and the United Nations Population Fund, bringing up a conversation on the implications of such budget constraints.
A new Pennsylvania law will penalize those who use drones to spyThe bill also institutes a fine of up to $25,000 and a 10-year prison sentence for those who use drones to enable the shipping of contraband to a prison inmate.
Wharton alums connect local Philadelphia chefs to cook for corporate companiesWharton MBA graduates are leading HUNGRY and LocalStove, two companies which recently merged to help connect corporate offices’ to high-quality catering from local chefs.