Articles by Hadriana Lowenkron

06/22/20 12:32am
Despite contradictory interpretations of the tweets, however, Sarkar maintains that her comments are not Islamophobic, and said she was surprised by the backlash.
06/09/20 1:07am
'Dear Class of 2020' also featured speeches and performances by Michelle Obama, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Malala Yousafzai, Condoleezza Rice, Lady Gaga, and more. 
06/04/20 9:59pm
The store will feature a beer and wine shop, indoor and outdoor seating, and a Starbucks.
05/20/20 11:05pm
Voters with Pennsylvania identification can apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot online, while non-identification holding voters must email, call, or mail in a request to receive a ballot.
05/18/20 12:12am
Each tour is capped at 50 students, and led by two Kite and Key tour guides and up to four admissions officers to ensure all questions asked through the Zoom platform’s chat feature are answered.
05/11/20 1:22am
The platform aims to help students whose summer plans may have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
04/26/20 11:04pm
Lockdown Letters, founded by six Penn undergraduates and one Cornell student, is an initiative encouraging people to write customized letters of appreciation to healthcare workers. 
04/22/20 11:22pm
The original order, issued on April 1, mandated that all residents stay home and practice social distancing, and all nonessential businesses shut down until April 30.
04/20/20 10:44pm
The website, called The Virtual Vine, will feature weekly videos created by ambassadors from 15 universities for incoming students to learn about resources for academics, research, financial aid, and student life.
04/15/20 1:14am
Some students feel that they are unfairly paying for less rigorous classes and on-campus benefits that they are not receiving, including libraries and academic help centers.
04/02/20 9:54pm
As doctors, nurses, and other staff work to ensure health and safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Hilton offered the option for those who cannot return to their homes.
03/25/20 10:03pm
Academically Based Community Service course professors are grappling with how to redesign their classes in light of Penn shifting to virtual instruction due to the coronavirus outbreak.
03/17/20 6:15pm
Penn’s request was met with pushback from off-campus residents, some of whom are unsure of how to pay their leases without strengthened financial support from the University.
03/05/20 6:37pm
The Jewish museum will continue operating while undergoing reorganization.
02/18/20 9:56pm
The panel, held at the LGBT Center by PennFems, Sister Sister, and Fossil Free Penn, featured climate activists discussing the intersections of racial and environmental justice.
02/14/20 8:53pm
The researchers found that Black and female patients are less likely to receive acne treatment than white and male patients.
02/13/20 11:52pm
On Feb. 13, FFP members and other local students stood in a straight line outside of Van Pelt, holding 40 hand-painted gravestones that depicted the costs of investing in fossil fuels and the human lives claimed by climate change.  
11/16/19 2:44pm
We must see the efforts of student activists — at Penn and elsewhere — as success stories that disprove Obama’s disingenuous and moderate approach to cultivating change.
10/30/19 6:06pm
While it does seem hard to believe, individual votes do make a difference.
10/08/19 10:48pm
While one might be inclined when presented with e-cigarettes’ severe health consequences to just tell one’s peers to stop, we’re way past that. The vaping industry has successfully infected an entire generation of adolescents.
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