Articles by Colleen O'Malley

09/08/17 10:21pm
The roof of NCH was designed to store and filter rain water, which helps cool the building and prevents excess dirty water from ending up in the Schuylkill River. 
06/19/17 11:00pm
As part of Women and Incarceration (GSWS555), which will be offered by the Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies department, students will visit and speak to staff and inmates at the Philadelphia Women’s Jail. 
04/17/17 1:19am
This past weekend, ten Penn students took the stage in Arch Auditorium to perform original monologues as part of Penn Monologues’ eighth annual production.
03/25/17 2:30pm
College freshman Phil Tedros, who attended the discussion, described the talk as eye-opening, noting that he had not considered that companies marketing to Muslim women could be more a result of economic goals than inclusion.
03/22/17 1:25am
“Is the best latke you’ve eaten going to get any better?” he said. “I think we’ve got centuries of experience with good latkes ... the brighter days for hamantaschen are ahead.” 
02/20/17 4:05am
“[The media] saw how entertained we were by [Trump], and they gave us more,” O'Malley said.
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