Penn Alumni Relations’ Multicultural Outreach hosted Gay and an intimate gathering of students in the Sweeten Alumni House.
Part of UMC’s Unity Month programming, “Removing the Race Box from the Application: Affirmative Action, the Supreme Court, and You,” centered on the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case.
Last night in Huntsman Hall, as part of Wharton Leadership Lectures, more than 60 people, gathered to hear Paul Orfalea speak.
Sigma Kappa sisters served a dinner to the house’s current residents, whose relatives have received or are awaiting transplants.
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Penn alleges that Aetna has underpaid UPHS by over $3 million since late 2010. Overall, UPHS received $3.2 billion in net patient revenue in 2011.
Of the 141 MBA students who answered a question on the survey asking which establishment they preferred, nearly 70 percent indicated that their preference was to “bring back Au Bon Pain.”
The Animal Law Project, which provides its services pro bono, helps prepare memos, draft petitions and conduct legal research in local animal cruelty cases.
Predicted to finish fifth in the Ancient Eight in the Ivy League Preseason Media Poll, the Quakers will face challenges in every league matchup.
It’s no surprise graduated Quakers have continued their professional playing careers abroad, where they are all doing what they love to do the most.
Per usual, the Quakers will take on the other four teams of the historic Philadelphia Big Five this season and the competition will be tough.
Jerome Allen and his staff bring in a talented four-man recruiting class this season and also return sophomore Greg Louis. With the loss of key seniors, these five players will have plenty of opportunity this season to show what they can do.
Penn needs to be challenged, sure, but the young squad also needs confidence. A softer schedule gives the Quakers a shot at both.
Polykoff, entering his first year as the volunteer assistant coach, comes to the Quakers following a highly successful five-year stint as head coach of local Friends’ Central School.
Competitive racer Candace Gantt returned from intensive brain surgery to complete an Ironman and raise awareness about traumatic brain injuries alongside Penn’s Center for Brain Injury and Repair.
The best bodies at Penn came together in Zellerbach Theatre to compete for the titles of Mr. and Ms. Penn on Wednesday night.
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Being in Europe makes it hard not to care about the presidential election.
Renovations of Hutchinson Gym have displaced the women’s rowing team from its normal indoor practice facility, forcing the squad to split time with the men’s programs in Hollenback and Franklin Field.