Articles by Sejal Sangani

04/12/22 11:46pm
Two elevators and a Limited-Use-Limited-Application lift will be installed in the Quad. Stouffer will become newly accessible with reconstructed entrances, elevators and ramps to the dorm. 
03/23/22 12:40am
Saturday's events included opening remarks from School of Arts & Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty, a keynote speech by author Cathy Park Hong, alumni panels, and performances from student groups.
03/20/22 10:41pm
QPenn 2022 kicked off this Sunday with opening words and a mixer hosted in collaboration with FGLIQ. The week will wrap up on Saturday with Queer Student Alliance’s drag show. 
01/13/22 11:41pm
Management from HamCo and The Radian said that their properties have not experienced any significant issues with other delivery or mail services — just Amazon.
10/20/21 11:18pm
Students said they did not receive proper accommodations when the center, housed in Biotech Commons, closed for reconstruction.
09/17/21 11:52am
Penn’s campus is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but students with disabilities are struggling to find accessible entrances, navigate buildings without elevators, and secure accessible on-campus housing.
09/14/21 12:19am
Christopher Woods sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss his goals and how the Museum will address widespread criticism — including towards the Museum's "unethical possession" of the Morton Cranial Collection and its handling of MOVE bombing remains — under his tenure.
05/07/21 12:27am
The prizes are awarded annually to graduating seniors to encourage them to design engagement projects that will make a positive difference in the world in their first year after college.
05/06/21 10:51pm
The vice provost for education oversees undergraduate and graduate education at Penn, designing and implementing policies that promote academic excellence, innovation, and interdisciplinary knowledge.
04/27/21 10:37pm
The Academy commends outstanding scholars, leaders, artists, and innovators for their work to address the world's most urgent challenges.
04/12/21 9:29pm
The donation was made by 1966 College for Women graduate Susan T. Marx to endow the Susan T. Marx Distinguished Lecture Series in perpetuity.
04/06/21 11:54pm
The event, called the #citeNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, takes place in the spring and fall of each year with the goal of updating Wikipedia articles about healthy aging with information from credible sources.
03/15/21 11:39pm
The initiative, started in 2018, helps patients seeking mental health care receive intake, triage, and referral services through their primary care providers.
03/02/21 11:57pm
Lockdown Letters has expanded their reach to target all essential workers, after focusing exclusively on health care workers at the start of the pandemic.
02/15/21 11:48pm
Without its physical presence in Huntsman Hall and Van Pelt Dietrich Library, the group faced some initial challenges in the fall semester.
02/08/21 12:18am
The website, called MindTerra, offers live guided writing and journaling sessions to help users manage their mental well-being. 
01/22/21 12:23am
The displays showcase many different objects from Penn's laboratories, including both a Neanderthal tooth from 40,000 BCE and a ceramic cooking pot from 1967. 
01/17/21 3:40pm
This is the second recorded case of the B.1.1.7 COVID-19 variant in Pennsylvania. 
12/02/20 11:43pm
Scoring a B-, Penn received six out of 13 available points. Harvard University, Yale University, and Brown University all received A grades. 
11/23/20 10:26pm
These student groups operate within the Toll Public Interest Center, Penn Law's public service hub, and have adapted previous projects to the virtual environment in addition to creating new ones specifically for COVID-19 relief. 
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