Articles by Jamie Kim

04/08/24 12:04am
This year’s event touched on unused funding for student groups, the Spring Fling concert, and the upcoming announcement of the first-ever winners of the Sarah Katz award.
03/25/24 2:49am
The evening began with a rally featuring remarks from students and administrators and continued with a march across campus, a candlelight vigil, and stories from survivors of sexual abuse.
02/16/24 12:28am
The publication operates as a literary outlet for Black students to share their thoughts and work.
02/11/24 11:28pm
Students voiced frustration about clubs prioritizing personal connections and technical abilities.
01/18/24 11:00pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five members of the Class of 2028 about their backgrounds, aspirations, and what drew them to choose Penn.
11/19/23 8:26pm
The time-travel-themed show, reminiscent of "Saturday Night Live," ran at the Annenberg Prince Theater.
11/16/23 9:25pm
MACH2 will help create a network of hydrogen producers, consumers, and infrastructure in the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey regions.
10/23/23 9:44pm
The Hillman Serious Illness and End of Life Emergent Innovation program, which supports the development of new end of life care interventions, awarded $50,000 for the project.
10/10/23 8:50pm
The 2023 Penn Climate Week, which ran from Sept. 18 to 22, consisted of nearly 40 events spanning topics from agricultural sustainability to public health.
08/03/23 12:57am
Hettie Simmons Love, who was among the first Black Ivy League MBA graduates, died on July 14. She graduated from Wharton in 1947 as the sole Black student and one of two women in her class.
07/13/23 12:12am
An investigation by the Office of Research Integrity found that former Penn professor William Armstead misrepresented the results of his research in five published papers and various grant materials.
07/03/23 12:03pm
The new center aims to advance Penn’s capabilities in quantum research by facilitating collaboration across several STEM fields. 
06/15/23 12:18am
The Fulbright Program grant recipients will have the opportunity to pursue graduate study, conduct research, or teach English internationally for up to 12 months.
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