Articles by Dan Eder
Guest Column by Dan Eder | Selective diversityTo focus on skin color or ethnicity as the lone proxy for diversity is naive, only setting us back in thought to an era when the masses believed blacks had fundamentally distinct physical and mental capacities than whites.
College grad creates home gin-making kit2006 College graduate Joe Maiellano has worked with his wife and their two business partners since October of last year on The Homemade Gin Kit, which allows buyers to transform a bottle of store-bought vodka into a homemade bottle of gin.
Engineering email interface to be upgradedStarting June 19, Computing and Educational Technology Services within the School of Engineering will replace its current Horde/IMP webmail interface with Roundcube, which will provide a more up-to-date web interface for the existing email service.
Wharton undergrads to receive Google Apps accountsStarting this year, Wharton students will have the option to access their emails directly through Google@Wharton accounts rather than through the on-premise Microsoft Exchange server that Wharton students currently use.
Penn plans to bring new life to South Bank campusThe redevelopment of Penn’s South Bank campus will transform the property into a home for commercial and research facilities tied to the University.
Actress Brittany Snow talks battling eating disorder, bullyingThe words, “You are never alone,” resounded through Huntsman Hall last night when actress Brittany Snow stopped by to discuss her Love is Louder campaign.
'Finding the pipers' at PennOfficially formed this year by College senior Jake Cohen, the five-man Penn Pipes bagpipe band consists of a handful of Penn graduate and undergraduate students united by the unique sound of their instruments.