Articles by Tori Sousa

01/14/20 9:45pm
Houston Hall will host a satellite Iowa Caucus in February, organized by College junior and Titonka, Iowa resident, Jessica Anderson.
12/10/19 7:14pm
The grant funds up to three years of study at a college or university in the United Kingdom for up to 50 American postgraduates annually.
11/15/19 1:46am
Sambanis, founder and faculty director of the Penn Identity and Conflict Lab, shared his research on the question of whether shared norms and ideas can reduce ethnic discrimination. 
11/12/19 10:07pm
Statistics professor James Johndrow and his wife, statistician Kristian Lum,  have written a paper providing a probabilistic notion of algorithm bias as well as a method for removing this bias. 
10/24/19 12:59am
"Wharton Story Slam: Failures" featured six current Wharton students who shared their encounters with failure of all sorts — in their classes, their career prospects, and even their personal relationships.
10/08/19 9:16pm
The brief, filed by Penn and eighteen other universities, claims that talent and potential would be lost for universities and the nation as a whole if the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program were rescinded.
09/25/19 7:24pm
The exhibit, titled "Hostile Terrain 94," is a 20-foot-long map of the Arizona-Mexico border filled with identification tags of those who died trying to emigrate to the United States. 
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