Articles by Chae Hahn
University appoints former Penn employee to head up Huntsman ProgramKelly Cleary will replace longtime director of the program Inge Herman, who left Penn abruptly mid-October of last year, to many students' confusion.
ASAM students engage other ethnic studies programs at Penn in fight for funding and resourcesStudents involved in the Asian American studies program held a conference on Friday, entitled, 'No Program No Peace: On the Importance of Ethnic Studies and Inter-Ethnic Solidarity.'
Months after Huntsman Director Inge Herman's departure, students still don't know why she leftInge Herman served as executive director of the dual degree program since 2003.
A student’s startup assists blind individuals by connecting them to live human interpretersBy wearing camera-equipped glasses, users share what they see with human 'visual interpreters' who are connected through a built-in wireless connection.
The Penn Positive Psychology Center wants to improve mental health on campusPenn has been developing its positive psychology program, but some say that, compared to other Ivy League institutions like Yale and Harvard, Penn appears to be lagging behind.
A pass/fail course replaced MGMT 100 last semester. Here’s what students say about it.While many students say they enjoyed the class in the past, the competitive nature of the course, particularly its grading, drew criticism — prompting a redesigning of the curriculum.
Portraits from the Eagles parade: meet the 'greatest fans in the world'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.
Following Yale, Penn might try to reclassify Econ as a STEM programUniversities have sought STEM classification for economics since “Econometric and Quantitative Economics” was added to the list of STEM-designated degree programs in 2012.
Meet the Penn students who opt to study abroad in 'heightened risk regions'Penn Global's Committee on International Travel Risk Assessment deems 70 countries as "heightened security risk regions" for reasons ranging from terrorism threats to fragile government infrastructures.
Like ASAM, many ethnic studies programs are fighting for support at PennThe year-long struggle to keep the Asian American Studies program alive has sparked conversations about the importance of ethnic diversity in Penn’s curriculum.
This Penn study addresses hunger pains and how to suppress themBecause of the association between food and decreasing hunger, even seeing food can indicate to the brain that the body is receiving the nutrients it needs, suppressing the desire to eat.
Ezekiel Emanuel and Thomas Miller debated opposing health care views at Penn on ThursdayPenn professor Ezekiel Emanuel worked on the ACA as an advisor to Obama, and Thomas Miller co-wrote the 2011 book, “Why Obamacare is Wrong for America.”
Berklee College of Music president apologizes amid widening sexual misconduct scandal“To everyone who has been harassed or abused at Berklee, I am so sorry,” Berklee College of Music President Roger Brown said. “I apologize for this institution. It’s unacceptable."
Penn students embrace their 'raw feelings' about food in this new book"The book, in a way, challenges the notion of Penn Face because it really conveys students’ raw feelings and lets other people know it’s okay to be vulnerable."
The Penn Museum is about to undergo its most extensive renovation in over 100 yearsThe museum’s three-phase renovation, which will be completed in 2021, aims to modernize its presentation of artifacts to better engage visitors and draw the greater community of Philadelphia.