• The History of Diversity at Penn

    The History of Diversity at Penn

    How does one distinguish between diversity and inclusion? Penn, in partnership with the James Brister Society, examines the question, and provides a snapshot of diversity at Penn since its founding in the short film “Towards Inclusion: Diversity at Penn.

  • Cooking Up Community Engagement

    Cooking Up Community Engagement

    At the weekly Drew Cooking Club, students from the Charles R. Drew Elementary School in West Philadelphia team up with Penn undergraduates studying nutritional anthropology and students in the Graduate School of Education to learn about smart food choices.

  • Why HIV/AIDS is Still a Crisis

    Why HIV/AIDS is Still a Crisis

    Christopher Coleman, associate professor of nursing and multi-cultural diversity in Penn’s School of Nursing, remembers the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a time when patients struggled to live—and die—with dignity.

  • Quidditch Comes to Campus

    Quidditch Comes to Campus

    Students who grew up reading about the fictional game of quidditch in the “Harry Potter” books have devised a way to play a whimsical form of the sport on campus.

  • Raymond Perelman receives Penn Medal for Distinguished Achievement

    Raymond Perelman receives Penn Medal for Distinguished Achievement

    Penn President Amy Gutmann presented the University of Pennsylvania Medal for Distinguished Achievement to prominent Philadelphia philanthropist Raymond Perelman at an event Wednesday evening celebrating the naming of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine.