Articles by Lina Chihoub
UPDATE: Houston Market reopens after five-hour closure due to emergency water repairsPenn Dining wrote that Houston Market would reopen from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday for limited mobile and walk-in dining at its Penn Pi, HM Grill, Ivy Leaf, and Bento stations.
Penn students celebrate Lunar New Year amid calls for more University recognitionStudent groups plan Lunar New Year festivities, with hopes for the University to initiate celebrations on its own.
Amy Gutmann receives honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Princeton UniversityGutmann was honored for her work in significantly expanding the number of low income and first generation students at Penn, as well as her most recent achievement as the first woman to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Germany.
Hundreds of Muslim students at Penn celebrate Ramadan on campusThrough forgoing bad habits, devoting time to prayer, giving to charity, reading the Quran, and reflecting, Muslim students explained Ramadan is a time to strengthen their relationship with Islam and God.
Penn professor awarded 2022 Solvay Prize for research that laid groundwork for COVID-19 vaccineThe Science for the Future Solvay Prize ceremony is held in Brussels to honor scientific discoveries that have significantly advanced the field of chemistry and helped resolve global challenges.
Wharton professor Sigal Barsade dies at 56Barsade's colleagues and students said that she embodied the empathy and thoughtfulness that she preached in her research.