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05/11/23 8:32pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a line-up of past events and celebrations that will continue throughout the rest of the academic year.
04/25/23 12:17am
Students enrolled in the course have voiced their concerns to the LGBT Center, the Anthropology department, and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program.
04/24/23 2:31am
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04/17/23 10:30am
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04/13/23 9:40am
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04/12/23 12:27am
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04/03/23 1:51am
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03/27/23 12:20am
Penn Against The Occupation hosted Rutgers University professor Noura Erakat and Palestinian writer Mohammed El-Kurd as part of Israeli Apartheid Week. 
03/20/23 2:14pm
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03/17/23 1:17am
Over 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.
03/12/23 9:08pm
The Scholar in Residence program is the first residency of its kind at any university in the United States.
02/27/23 10:10am
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02/23/23 10:49pm
P1P is an organization supporting first-generation, low-income students on campus.
02/22/23 11:09pm
The lecture will feature Brent Staples from the New York Times in conversation with Tufuku Zuberi, the Penn Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations. 
02/20/23 3:48am
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02/15/23 11:45pm
The remains will be buried at Eden Cemetery — a historically Black cemetery — and will be commemorated with a public memorial service. 
02/05/23 11:04pm
This ruling means that the opposing party – Rutgers professor Lyra Monteiro and community activist Abdul-Aliy Muhammad – are nullified from participating in court procedures. 
02/01/23 10:20pm
This hearing could help determine the future of remains of Black Philadelphians that have been in the possession of the Penn Museum since 1966.
01/30/23 1:24am
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01/22/23 11:47pm
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