Articles by Margaret Lu

02/22/19 1:17am
Student groups including the Asian Pacific Student Coalition, Penn Association for Gender Equity, and Spice Collective were involved in pasting posters onto the campus LOVE Statue.
02/20/19 7:40pm
Philadelphia Police 18th District Captain Matthew Gillespie said the incident may have been weather-related.
02/03/19 12:17pm
Students and administrators gathered on Jan. 31 to discuss issues and concerns within the minority communities at Penn.
01/29/19 11:38pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian podcast will premiere its episode on the movement on Feb. 2.
01/17/19 12:43am
This decision comes after years of informal collaboration between the various minority coalition groups.
01/16/19 8:46pm
This year the Penn Association for Gender Equity was added to the 5B – the main minority coalition organization on campus. 
01/15/19 6:00pm
The student leaders aim to address Greek life's image on campus and the recent changes to on-campus housing policies.
11/17/18 6:53pm
Formerly a student-run organization, PennImmersive is now a Penn Library initiative that has been exposing students to virtual reality throughout the past semester. 
11/08/18 1:01am
University of Chicago topped the list, followed by Penn and then Colby College in Waterville, Maine. 
11/04/18 11:14pm
The Assembly of International Students aimed to showcase an array of foods that represent different cultural organizations through the event.
10/28/18 7:21pm
PennDesign's McHarg Center is currently pursuing a project called “Adaptation Blueprint," which aims to conceive of the best policies for climate adaptation and climate mitigation.  
10/17/18 9:33pm
Hill's $80 million renovation won an Award of Merit for Renovation/Restoration from the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Engineer News-Record. 
10/02/18 11:44pm
Trump spoke to thousands of enthusiastic audience members at the annual convention for the National Electrical Contractors Association. 
09/30/18 6:31pm
Fulphil is specifically targeting the Mayor of Philadelphia Jim Kenney’s goals and how to best achieve them by 2035 through social entrepreneurship.   
09/19/18 10:44pm
Another study, published in May 2017, found that Pennsylvania  middle and high schoolers, as well as college students, are drinking less than the national average,
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