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Penn cultural centers celebrate graduating Class of 2023The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a line-up of past events and celebrations that will continue throughout the rest of the academic year.
Students raise concerns about professor's approach to teaching course about gender and sexualityStudents enrolled in the course have voiced their concerns to the LGBT Center, the Anthropology department, and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program.
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In Photos: Penn community "Takes Back the Night"RELATED: New Penn Women's Center director talks with DP about plans for center's 50th anniversary Penn Violence Prevention hosts consent workshop, continuing efforts from NSO
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Penn Against the Occupation's speaker event for Israeli Apartheid Week draws mixed reactionsPenn Against The Occupation hosted Rutgers University professor Noura Erakat and Palestinian writer Mohammed El-Kurd as part of Israeli Apartheid Week.
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Penn Hillel hosts Israel Week, aiming to engage students with Israeli cultureOver 100 students attended a speaker event at Penn Hillel where a Holocaust survivor spoke about his time growing up as a child survivor of the Nazi's occupation of France.
Penn LGBT Center announces ALOK as first scholar in residenceThe Scholar in Residence program is the first residency of its kind at any university in the United States.
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Penn First Plus announces new faculty co-director to encourage inclusive teachingP1P is an organization supporting first-generation, low-income students on campus.
Inaugural W.E.B Du Bois lecture aims to honor Du Bois’ legacy at Penn with guest speakerThe lecture will feature Brent Staples from the New York Times in conversation with Tufuku Zuberi, the Penn Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations.
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Court grants Penn Museum request to bury remains of Black PhiladelphiansThe remains will be buried at Eden Cemetery — a historically Black cemetery — and will be commemorated with a public memorial service.
Judge dismisses objections to Penn Museum plan for burial of human remainsThis ruling means that the opposing party – Rutgers professor Lyra Monteiro and community activist Abdul-Aliy Muhammad – are nullified from participating in court procedures.
Court hearing to address future of Black Philadelphians' remains held by Penn MuseumThis hearing could help determine the future of remains of Black Philadelphians that have been in the possession of the Penn Museum since 1966.
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