Penn’s recently announced Commission on Student Safety, Alcohol and Campus Life is featured.
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Grammy-Winning Penn Alumnus John Legend Honored at 12th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in Social Justice
WHO: John Legend, University of Pennsylvania alumnus and nine-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist.
Legend has drawn attention to global poverty and education. He’s performed numerous benefit concerts and launched the Show Me Campaign, a non-profit organization fighting poverty.
WHAT: The 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in Social Justice, which honors individuals and scholars of African-American descent who have committed themselves to social justice.
PHILADELPHIA, PA—Join the nearly one-sixth of the world's population that celebrates Chinese New Year and ring in (or slither into) the Year of the Snake! Penn Museum celebrates the most important Chinese holiday of the year with our 32nd annual Chinese New Year Celebration on Saturday, February 2, 2013, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. It's a day filled with music and dance performances, martial arts demonstrations, Feng Shui and folk tale presentations, children's activities—and the grand finale lion dance.
Every weekday, once early in the morning and once in the evening, a dedicated group of members of the Penn Running Club gather at Pottruck gym to run several miles through the city.
Comprised of nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate students, the PRC, one of the Penn Rec sports clubs, is the largest running group on campus.
The San Francisco campus of the Wharton School is highlighted.
Penn Museum is featured for its 125th anniversary celebration.
For two decades, Scott Reikofski has influenced University of Pennsylvania fraternities and sororities, as well as Greek life nationally and internationally.
Two senior undergraduate scholarship recipients at the University of Pennsylvania shared their personal collegiate journeys as they and more than 250 other scholarship beneficiaries met with their benefactors and guests at the Fall 2012 Scholarship Celebration this month. It was an evening of making acquaintances, renewing friendships and cementing bonds.
More than 100 students from Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia will become honorary college students at the University of Pennsylvania tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 1 during College Day 2012.