Articles by Charlotte Bausch

03/27/17 1:22am
“They didn’t show up for Sandra Bland, they didn’t show up for Eric Garner,” Mallory said. 
03/02/17 4:18am
“The idea is to build bridges between both disciplines and strengthen both areas by being in that intersection,” said Elizabeth Johnson, the executive director and senior fellow of WiN.
02/06/17 12:40am
Now in its fourteenth year, the conference is bigger than ever, with the addition of a case competition for high school and university students.
12/08/16 5:14am
Though it’s not the traditional image of life in a college dorm, hundreds of students at Penn request singles every year.
12/05/16 8:05am
"Republicans came home to Donald Trump at exactly the right moment," Penn professor Matthew Levundusky said.
11/03/16 7:40pm
With chants of “no range, no train,” members of the union representing many Yale Police Department officers protested a change in firearm policy outside YPD headquarters on Wednesday, according to The Yale Daily News.
10/19/16 6:20am
With $1 million of seed funding at stake, the prestigious Hult Prize competition draws thousands of student hopefuls each year.
09/22/16 2:38am
The sculpture’s translucent petals open and close in response to hits on Instagram and Twitter with the #feedblossom, allowing hunger-based nonprofits like the local Philabundance to interact with the Penn community online on a minute-by-minute basis.
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