Articles by Eunice Lim
Dock Street Brewery: Local beer with a hint of Penn biochemistryThe secret behind Dock Street’s upcoming West Philly beer? Local yeast strains.
Penn researchers help make Philadelphia a World Heritage CityPenn joins the ranks of Paris, Florence, Jerusalem, Cairo and 289 other historically significant cities around the world.
Penn's political leaders respond to new controversial anti-gun violence groupSince the formation of the new student group Penn Against Gun Violence was announced last week, campus discussion on the already controversial issue of gun rights has intensified.
Chaplain uses art and music to encourage a Gun Free WorldUniversity Chaplain Charles Howard envisions a gun-free world, and has a plan to work towards it.
Newly elected Philadelphia mayor and city council push Penn to pay PILOTsWith Kenney and Gym in office, many expect there will be a more rigorous push for Penn to fund Philadelphia schools by paying PILOTs.
Penn ministries mobilize for a greener footprintReligious groups and buildings are finding ways to save energy that are best suited to their unique situations.
Religious students made to choose between holidays and gradesFor most students, midterm season is stressful enough as is. Religious Jewish and Muslim students, however, face an additional stress factor on an annual basis with the possibility of midterms being scheduled on the same day as a religious holiday.
Students discuss sexual violence in the LGBTQ community following national surveyOn Wednesday, a group of around 20 students gathered at the LGBT Center to discuss sexual violence in the community, following a recent survey showing a low report rate of the crime.
Penn for Biden disbands after Biden says he will not run for presidentThe co-founder says it is possible that the members may decide to sit down and endorse another candidate in the future.
New student group applies Jewish and progressive values to social justiceThe group hopes to create a concrete space for liberal-minded Jewish and non-Jewish students.
HOUSING GUIDE | Where to live post-Penn: Philly, New York, D.C. or San Fran?Here’s a guide to help seniors compare the perks and pits of living in the post-grad hotspots.
"Meet a Muslim" event aims to combat negative stereotypesOn Tuesday, Penn students got the chance to “Meet a Muslim” in Houston Hall and on Locust Walk as part of the Muslim Student Association’s "Islamic Discovery Series."
Dalai Lama cancels Phila. visitOn Friday, the Dalai Lama cancelled his October visit to Philadelphia under doctor's orders.
Proposed SEPTA student discount could save students 50 to 75 percent on tokensThe price would be included in the cost of attendance at Penn, and eligible for financial aid coverage if it is beyond one’s expected family contribution.
The Penn for Trump group finally exists, and yes, it's realSay hello to Penn for Trump, the latest pro-candidate group to establish itself on campus.
'Chaplain of the Colbert Nation' discusses significance of pope's visit at PennFather James Martin predicts the Pope will talk about social justice and the poor, capitalism and income inequality, the environment and the refugee crisis.
Penn's expanding political climate gears up for 2016 electionSince the 2012 presidential election, Penn's political group offerings have flourished.
Panel discusses how to break the glass ceiling of campus political groupsMany factors contribute to a culture where women feel discouraged from participating in campus politics at a higher level.
Students organize events to prepare for pope visitPope Francis’ two-day visit during the last weekend of September is expected to attract over a million people to the city.