David Zaring breaks down the Pandora Papers
Following the leak of the Pandora Papers, detailing both legal and illegal financial transactions, there is bipartisan support of more oversight regarding secret trusts, but establishing international regulation continues to be difficult.
Gender and identity: A lecture on diversity
In the first in a series of diversity lectures offered through the Office of Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity Programs, Melissa E. Sanchez of the School of Arts & Sciences spoke on “Addressing a More Complex and Encompassing Understanding of Identity.”
The new director of La Casa Latina creates ‘a sense of belonging'
As the new director of La Casa Latina, Krista Cortes brings a sense of inclusivity to welcome different people, cultures, races, and languages to the cultural resources center.
‘Ten Thousand Birds’ merges nature with classical music
Penn Live Arts kicks off its fall season with the local premiere of “Ten Thousand Birds” given by modern chamber music ensemble Alarm Will Sound in an outdoor performance at Morris Arboretum’s Bloomberg Farm
A new name and a new director for the Alice Paul Center
Melissa E. Sanchez speaks about her research and her new position as director of the Center for Research in Feminist, Queer, and Transgender Studies, formerly the Alice Paul Center.