Articles by Marcus Pan

04/11/13 12:10am
World War II veteran and Dachau liberator Don Greenbaum and Holocaust survivor Ernie Gross were invited by the Holocaust Education Committee at Hillel to share their stories with Penn students and faculty.
04/05/13 1:11am
The sounds of “art striking a chord” reverberated through the Rotunda last night.
03/24/13 11:57pm
Last Friday afternoon, Penn celebrated the realization of a simple idea by strong collaborations — PennCycle.
03/13/13 10:28pm
Last night at Harrison Auditorium in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, representatives of cities around the world convened for a discussion entitled, “Food Systems in the 21st Century City.”
02/27/13 12:20am
Last night, two reserve soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces shared their experiences in battle — a subject that drew charged and conflicting responses. The event, titled “Israeli Soldiers’ Stories,” was organized by Penn Friends of Israel, the African American Resource Center and StandWithUs, an organization that engages college students to educate its communities on issues regarding Israel.
02/18/13 12:29am

Professors discuss new trends in cinema

Last Friday afternoon, film scholars and enthusiasts alike commingled at Café 58 in Irvine Auditorium to talk about the new directions in American cinema.
02/06/13 11:13pm
Last night, the simple lessons of children’s literature found an older audience of writers and readers alike at the Kelly Writers House.
01/31/13 11:35pm
In Houston Hall, the Asian Pacific Student Coalition, Pan-Asian American Community House, UMOJA, Makuu, Latino Coalition and La Casa Latina came together for an event entitled “The State of Civil Rights Today.”
01/27/13 5:50pm

Alternate Rush offers a different social scene

The Penn Intentional Community Network, a group comprising both Penn Haven and the Happy House, offered an Alternate Spring Rush promoting community values.
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