Articles by Ekram Ibrahim

07/16/20 10:05am
Greek organizations that do not have the space to provide all of their members with a single room have the power to determine who gets to stay in the chapter house.
07/01/20 1:27am
Institutions such as Penn, Yale, and Princeton have deep-rooted ties to slavery and other discriminatory practices, prompting students to call on their schools to address and denounce their pasts.
06/24/20 2:17am
Black Lives Matter Philadelphia's protest began peacefully on May 30, but as the group walked past City Hall, they encountered a large presence from the Philadelphia Police Department. There, the protest quickly turned violent.
06/09/20 12:53am
The website displays over 100,000 job listings and has 30 independent active recruiters who can browse for job candidates.
06/02/20 12:17am
Jeremiah Oteh, a 2020 Penn Law graduate, created Penn Law Perspectives in April, and has since hosted five guests who discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the life of Penn Law students. 
05/29/20 1:39am
The project is collecting submissions from students, faculty, staff, and alumni that can be used by future historians and scholars seeking insight into life during this time period.
05/23/20 12:18am
Graduating classes ending in 0s and 5s celebrated virtual Alumni Weekend on Saturday through Zoom and Facebook Live.
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