Articles by Vidya Pandiaraju

05/16/24 11:30pm
Penn’s cultural centers are hosting a range of events and special programming in celebration of the Class of 2024.
04/29/24 4:08am
The rally was held “in support of a peaceful campus environment for Jewish faculty, staff, [and] students,” according to flyers circulating on Instagram.
04/26/24 9:03am
At the session, attendees heard from 10 members of the Penn community about campus safety, open expression, and administrative inaction since the Oct. 7, 2023 Hamas attack on Israel.
04/23/24 6:00am
Also, alumni call for an investigation into eight Penn professors.
04/16/24 6:00am
Also, over 200 faculty expressed support for graduate student workers.
04/09/24 6:00am
Also, thousands at Penn gathered to watch the solar eclipse.
04/09/24 12:46am
Samuel Woodward, the man accused of murdering Bernstein, will go to trial on Tuesday.
04/03/24 11:29am
The March 30 statement points to the barriers that FGLI students face at Penn — including club fees, textbook costs, and "outright discrimination."
04/02/24 6:00am
Also, Mayor and Penn alum Cherelle Parker three Penn alums to serve on the inaugural Philadelphia Board of Education.
03/26/24 6:00am
Also, a Matisyahu concert at Penn Hillel attracted over 200 attendees.
03/25/24 10:48pm
Matisyahu — a Jewish American, Grammy-nominated Reggae artist — came to Penn through an invitation from Penn Hillel. 
03/19/24 6:00am
Also, Russia sanctioned a Penn professor and five other affiliates.
03/17/24 10:27pm
Diggs will address the Penn community through a moderated conversation and audience Q&A at Irvine Auditorium on March 26 at 7 p.m. 
03/15/24 12:12am
The petition calls on Penn to dismiss the ongoing disciplinary cases against five students who took part in a Feb. 19 study-in at Van Pelt Library. 
03/12/24 6:00am
Also, graduate students continue to prepare for a vote to unionize.
02/27/24 6:00am
Also, how FAFSA changes are affecting students.
02/26/24 1:39am
At the vigil, Penn undergraduate and graduate students displayed red and yellow handmade poppies, a flower abundant in Israel.
02/20/24 6:00am
Also, a Penn student invented a matchmaking service and alternative to dating apps.
02/19/24 1:40am
About 15 protestors arrived at the Moelis Reading Room at 10 a.m. and filled one table, moving to Houston Hall around 7:30 p.m. after a University Life representative asked them to leave. 
02/13/24 6:00am
Also, the Penn Lions will perform dances across the city for Lunar New Year.
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