Articles by Margaret Lu
Student groups cover LOVE Statue with flyers describing challenges of Asian-American womenStudent 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.
Penn student hit by a car at 36th and Chestnut streets Wednesday eveningPhiladelphia Police 18th District Captain Matthew Gillespie said the incident may have been weather-related.
Penn’s main minority coalition advocates for student wellness in their first town hallStudents and administrators gathered on Jan. 31 to discuss issues and concerns within the minority communities at Penn.
The Trillest, a DP podcast, launches season 2 with a focus on love and dating at PennThe Daily Pennsylvanian podcast will premiere its episode on the movement on Feb. 2.
The 5B minority coalition group grows to six to include gender equityThis decision comes after years of informal collaboration between the various minority coalition groups.
Penn’s main minority coalitions elected 6 new leaders. Here’s what they hope to achieve.This year the Penn Association for Gender Equity was added to the 5B – the main minority coalition organization on campus.
New Greek life leaders will take on Penn's new housing policy and their public image in 2019The student leaders aim to address Greek life's image on campus and the recent changes to on-campus housing policies.
Penn Libraries aims to bring virtual reality technologies to all 12 Penn schoolsFormerly a student-run organization, PennImmersive is now a Penn Library initiative that has been exposing students to virtual reality throughout the past semester.
Penn's Pottruck ranked second best campus recreation center in the countryUniversity of Chicago topped the list, followed by Penn and then Colby College in Waterville, Maine.
Assembly of International Students holds first ‘night market’ to showcase diverse cultures through foodThe Assembly of International Students aimed to showcase an array of foods that represent different cultural organizations through the event.
PennDesign receives $1.25 million to research environmentalism through landscape architecturePennDesign'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.
Hill College House, formerly one of the 'most-loathed' dorms, wins award for renovationHill's $80 million renovation won an Award of Merit for Renovation/Restoration from the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Engineer News-Record.
Trump touts America's strongest economy in speech at downtown Philadelphia eventTrump spoke to thousands of enthusiastic audience members at the annual convention for the National Electrical Contractors Association.
Founder of Hult Prize Ivy launches new startup that aims to achieve Mayor Kenney's city goalsFulphil is specifically targeting the Mayor of Philadelphia Jim Kenney’s goals and how to best achieve them by 2035 through social entrepreneurship.