Origins of the New Black Elite
Penn Bookstore (Second Floor), 3601 Walnut St.
President Liz Magill moderated the third Forum on Social Equity and Community, which featured Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, Lisa Fairfax, Michael Jones-Correa, and Liz Theoharis.
The annual event will return to campus, featuring panel discussions, keynote speakers, award ceremonies, and networking events, all focused on improving the first-generation, low-income student experience.
The former Penn president, now U.S. Ambassador to Germany, joined President Liz Magill, faculty, staff, and students at the living-learning space on campus.
The event offered an opportunity for alumni to reconnect with the University, network with each other, and get to know President Liz Magill.
Monday’s MLK Day of Service included a flurry of events on and around campus, and kicked off several weeks of related programming.
Penn Today highlights some of our newest leader’s biggest moments so far.
Penn’s Named Scholarship Celebration returned to Rockwell Gymnasium on Nov. 16—the first time it’s been held in person since 2019.
What is traditionally a flag raising at College Green moved indoors due to the rainy weather, but the celebration was no less meaningful.
Student volunteers from Penn Leads the Vote greeted voters at Penn Commons, helping them determine their registration status and answering questions.
President Liz Magill’s inauguration on Friday coincided with Penn’s Homecoming festivities, making for an extra-spirited weekend on campus.