Articles by Kamille Houston

04/14/21 9:37pm
Members of the Glee Club voted unanimously on April 9 to amend its constitution in order to remove gender restrictions for membership of its choir section. 
04/07/21 1:15am
Multiple students attended the meeting to speak against the proposal, arguing that the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition has been used to target Palestinian activists.
03/17/21 4:23pm
Yesterday's incident follows an increase in incidents of discrimination and violence directed against Asian and Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
03/09/21 12:51am
Kelly, who graduated from Penn and served on the Board of Trustees, was an integral part of the Kelly Writers House community.
03/01/21 11:22pm
The University will also continue to update faculty and staff on plans to return to in-person work, as well as the potential of returning to in-person classes in the fall and research projects, according an email from University administrators.
02/28/21 11:54pm
Multiple posts levy accusations against Penn’s Chemistry Department, leading the department to apologize to certain students for their "negative experiences" related to the department, but the University as a whole has taken no such steps. 
02/04/21 12:32am
Some students chose to stay home in efforts to protect their families and themselves from the virus, adding that being away from Penn has nevertheless made them feel lonely.
02/01/21 4:37am
Some professors have mixed feelings about sending their children to in-person classes as the Philadelphia School District attempts to reopen again during COVID-19.
11/25/20 12:37am
This spring, Duckworth is opening the class to high school students in the Young Scholars High School Program, a non-degree program offered by Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies.
11/23/20 10:57pm
LGBTQ leaders and students applauded Penn's support in building a strong LGBTQ community, a forte which proved to be the deciding factor for some students when deciding to come to Penn.
10/22/20 10:36pm
Lambda Alliance has manually matched eighty students so far in the program and will notify more students of their matches by the end of October.
09/15/20 12:28am
The DP spoke with the directors of all six cultural resource centers to discuss their programming for the online fall semester.
07/31/20 12:03am
The Board of Education approved the revised reopening plan in a seven to one vote on Thursday afternoon.
07/29/20 1:23am
Rising College junior Jack Cahill was selected to be an at-large delegate by the Pennsylvania Democratic Party on July 17 and was notified of his selection by the Sanders campaign.
07/22/20 12:34am
New York Times bestselling author Angela Duckworth began teaching a course unlike any other at Penn this spring, enrolling 60 students across the four undergraduate schools and featuring weekly alumni guest speakers.
07/16/20 12:15am
Under the hybrid model, most students will attend in-person classes two days a week, and engage in complete digital learning for three days a week.
07/14/20 11:47pm
Penn faculty and School District of Philadelphia partners have been collaborating to figure out how to adapt ABCS courses to an online format, ABCS Research and Program Coordinator Faustine Sun said.
07/10/20 2:44am
Police Free Penn seeks to reimagine police-free strategies to ensure community safety and well-being, and demands that the University reinvest in community-controlled funds, particularly in West Philadelphia. 
07/05/20 11:55pm
Rising College senior Owen Voutsinas-Klose, who also serves as co-chair of Penn for Biden, was officially declared a delegate on June 16 after running in Pennsylvania’s primary election on June 2. 
06/24/20 2:17am
Black Lives Matter Philadelphia's protest began peacefully on May 30, but as the group walked past City Hall, they encountered a large presence from the Philadelphia Police Department. There, the protest quickly turned violent.
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