Articles by Roberta Nin Feliz
Desiree Peterkin Bell recommends having a quarter life crisis, talks about her class that covers 'fake news'Bell has worked with the likes of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.
Rush is unfamiliar for some international students — here are their thoughts“Where I come from there’s nothing like rush. There’s nothing like Greek life or sororities and fraternities. It was new to some extent, I didn’t get what the point of it was,” Engineering freshman Zena Kipkenda said. “When it comes to public colleges, joining clubs in Kenya is up to an individual.”
MLK Symposium looks at black lives under TrumpThe kickoff event hosted artists and activists from the National Black Author’s Tour. They spoke about dismantling systems of oppression, the fear many black people felt living through Jim Crow, and gave their personal thoughts on how 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s presidency may affect black people.
Meet the new chairs of the 5B, the umbrella organization for Penn's minority student groupsThe 5B groups include the Asian Pacific Student Coalition, Lambda Alliance, Latin@ Coalition, United Minorities Council and UMOJA.
New York Times columnist connects workplace sexism to politicsJessica Bennetbook, an award-winning New York Times columnist and author ofFeminist Fight Club: An Office Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace spoke with Wharton Professor Cade Massey on the role of gender in the 2016 election.
How a ProPublica reporter and Penn alum mixes data with investigative journalismNurses, clinicians and physicians all filled the Colonial Penn Center Auditorium to hear Ornstein's seminar about the power of outliers in getting us to ask important questions.
How SOUL is raising money for hurricane relief in HaitiIn addition to soliciting donations at Ferguson Fridays, the group is using a social media campaign to raise awareness and encourage donations.