Articles by Emily Scolnick

01/17/23 9:40pm
SPOC is working to mobilize college students in the Philadelphia area against the plans for a new 76ers arena in Chinatown.
12/08/22 5:06am
The new building, which is expected to be completed in 2026, will be eleven stories and house the company headquarters, additional office spaces, and 136 apartments, including a penthouse level.
12/05/22 3:14am
The idea first stemmed from a desire to provide gender-affirming products like binders and shapewear to Penn students.
11/21/22 1:23am
Now that it has been given the historic district designation, its buildings will be protected from further demolition and exterior modification.
11/10/22 1:38am
Performing arts groups at Penn often have rehearsal schedules throughout the semester that range from 6 to 20 hours a week.
10/28/22 1:46am
In addition to serving as a Gregory Bateson professor of communication at Penn, Krippendorff was a lecturer, author, builder, sculptor, and activist.
10/04/22 12:49am
The prize, which is awarded to a researcher's discovery that made "a unique impact on biomedicine," awards the winner $100,000, a medal, and an opportunity to present a lecture on campus.
08/29/22 10:04pm
Pre-First Year is a four-week academic intensive program prior to New Student Orientation that offers first-generation and low-income students one free elective credit at the conclusion of the program.
07/20/22 11:09pm
The six Penn athletes all traveled to Italy on July 19 to begin final preparations for their individual events in the rowing championship.  
07/13/22 10:49pm
The Supreme Court officially voted 5-4 to overturn Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed the constitutional right to an abortion. The decision now grants the states the power to regulate abortions and reproductive health care, the first time in history the court had overturned a previous ruling.  
06/16/22 12:24am
Minichello becomes the second Penn javelin champion in program history and now aims to build on his success before the 2024 Olympic Trials.
06/13/22 8:32pm
After the primary season, John Fetterman and Dr. Oz are now on the campaign trail, hoping to gain votes and find new supporters before the Pennsylvania Senate election in November. 
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