Articles by Huizhong Wu
Huizhong Wu | A quest for truthIf there’s one thing I learned in four years at Penn and three years at The Daily Pennsylvanian, it’s that truth is subjective. “How can that be?” you may wonder.
Financial oversightWhile SFS uses a number of methods to communicate with students regularly, when situations outside the norm arise, communication can break down.
Meet the new 5BThe 5B -- the five different umbrella coalitions which represent minority groups -- recently held elections for their new executive boards.
Protesters demand justice after grand jury decisionsProtesters marched through the city on Wednesday evening.
After Ferguson decision, students join protests over breakLeading up to and during this Thanksgiving break, many Penn students joined the national protest against a grand jury’s decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson, a white man, for shooting Michael Brown, a black teenager.
Students disheartened, disappointed with Ferguson decisionStudents were greatly disappointed Monday night following the decision in the Ferguson case
Ferguson Fridays: Keeping race debate alive, when people of color are dyingEvery Friday since Oct. 3, members of SOUL and other students have protested on College Green as part of their "Ferguson Friday" movement.
Equality of Penn admissions called into questionSean Vereen and the other speaker at the UMC talk, English professor Herman Beavers, feel that Penn groups aren't doing enough to address the inequalities caused by the meritocracy.
SFS cuts work study for RAs, tells them a month into semesterStudent Financial Services canceled the work study grants of students who work as Residential Advisors, but didn't notify them until October.
Sounding off on white privilege, stereotypesThe Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to students interested in the race debate to discuss rhetoric that is at play when we talk about race.
Theme year lacks focus on race, critics saySeveral students were disappointed to find out that next year's theme year would be the Year of Discovery, after hearing that the book selected would be Langston Hughes' autobiography.
New SFS advisory board could focus financial aid concernsWhile the planning is still underway with the new student advisory board for Student Financial Services, the creation of the board signifies an attempt to listen to what students have to say about their financial aid.
SFS advisory board implementation later than expectedImplementing changes at Penn can take time.
Q&A: Why marijuana is also about raceClemmie Harris was
Applying for jobs undocumentedStudents say many career paths and advanced degrees are closed to them.
After Ferguson, black Ivy League students form civil rights coalitionBlack student leaders from all the Ivy League universities have come together to form the Black Ivy Coalition to address political issues for blacks.
Finding 'La Casa' away from homeLa Casa Latina, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month, functions as a gathering place for Latino students and a resource center for 18 Latino student organizations.
La Casa kicks off celebration of 15 yearsThe first event to celebrate La Casa Latina's anniversary is on Monday at 12 p.m. in the basement of the ARCH building, and offers a chance to learn about the story behind the founding of the center.
Cementing a community after FergusonA month has passed since 18-year old Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, Mo. The mass protests have quieted down, but the energy is still felt on Penn’s campus.Not in the form of a protest, or a large-scale public demonstration.