Articles by Max Annunziata
Penn endowment receives 'D' grade in passing human rights standards, report findsPenn, Stanford, Princeton, Duke, MIT, the University of Chicago, and the University of Texas in receiving a grade of D or F.
Penn Alumni event attendees reflect on Fossil Free Penn interruption, condemn protest tacticsClass Board presidents said that protestors chose both the wrong occasion and the wrong tactics.
How each graduate school at Penn feels about the U.S. News & World Report rankingsMost schools did not respond to requests for comment on their position in the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Meet the eight faculty members deciding Amy Wax's future at PennThe DP examined the key players in the Wax proceedings, which include eight faculty members whose appointments span multiple schools at Penn.
Penn Carey Law maintains opposition to U.S. News rankings after changes to methodologyPenn Carey Law, which most recently ranked sixth in the U.S. News rankings, previously described them as “unnecessarily secretive and contrary to important parts of our mission.”
Penn has received $505,000 in grant funding to increase the inclusivity of STEM educationThe grant is given over a six-year time period and is intended to allow schools “to continue their critical work to build capacity for inclusion of all students in science.”
Penn Transit Services added four electric passenger vans, marking first electric vehicle investmentThe addition of the four new electric-powered vehicles will save around 52 cubic tons of carbon emissions each year, according to Penn Today.
GAPSA collaborates with non-profit to host pop-up food drive to address food insecurityThe event took place outside in front of the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center, and much of the food was provided by Sharing Excess, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating food waste.
As Fossil Free Penn protests, Harvard and MIT students interrupt ExxonMobil recruitment eventThe protestors were comprised of undergraduate and postgraduate students, including representatives of Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard.
Penn Museum hosts first event in a series exploring Lenape history on University landEighth-year Penn anthropology Ph.D. candidate Justin Reamer gave the lecture which was entitled “The Archeology of Lenapehoking: 12,000 years of Lenape."