Articles by Nina Dilworth
LGBT Center Director Erin Cross to step down after 25 years at PennCross is the LGBT Center's second ever director, taking on the role after its first director Bob Schoenberg retired in 2017.
FFP members object to proposed interpretation updates at Penn Committee on Open Expression hearingStudents from Fossil Free Penn objected to several clauses of the interpretation, urging The Committee on Open Expression to take a more active role in protecting students’ right to protest.
Rebecca Rhynhart, Helen Gym speak about plans for Phila. during on-campus mayoral forumAround 40 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as some citizens of Philadelphia, attended the event at the Perelman Center for Political Science & Economics Auditorium.
UC Townhomes residents call settlement a win but express concern about details of agreementDuring the conference, five residents spoke to a crowd about how they are pleased with the allocation of land to affordable housing, but want more to be done.
Phila. schools criticized for asbestos closures in light of Penn's ongoing financial commitmentThis issue arises after Penn pledged to give the school district $10 million a year over 10 years, totaling an $100 million grant in 2020.
Protestors from Penn, Drexel call for direct University action to preserve UC TownhomesPenn does not own nor has plans to purchase the UC Townhomes property, and administrators have said that it does not have any direct control over the redevelopment plans for the Townhomes property site.
National Labor Relations Board alleges Starbucks union busting at 34th and Walnut streets locationIn response to a request for comment, Starbucks contested the validity of the complaint in regards to disobeying the NLRA and defended their actions at the Philadelphia locations.
CO-OP Restaurant and Bar reopens blocks from campusLocated on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut Streets, the restaurant accompanies The Study, a hotel chain marketed towards academic visitors.
Two Penn professors have been named 2022 American Physical Society FellowsThe APS is a non-profit scientific research organization that works to “advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics” through publications, outreach, and the support of its over 50,000 members worldwide.
Eight Penn Medical School researchers win 'High-Risk, High-Reward' grants from the NIHThe program aims to enable researchers to pursue questions with groundbreaking answers.