Garden Railway: Public Gardens
Morris Arboretum & Gardens, 100 E. Northwestern Ave.
Now in its sixth year of supporting creative practice at Penn and in the surrounding community, The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation announced grants totaling $170,000 at its annual Sachs Grants Awards ceremony.
The author, poet, comedian, and public speaker spoke to Penn Today about challenging gender binary ahead of their residency with Penn’s LGBT Center.
The acceptable use of a singular “they” pronoun made official a linguistic trend already in use for centuries. People who are not represented by binary pronouns say it’s a helpful step, but a small one.
Small changes in health care processes can make profound shifts in equity and inclusion. Those steps matter not just for gender and LGBTQ equity and inclusion, but in equity for patients of all racial and cultural backgrounds.
The residency is made possible by an anonymous $2 million gift.
Inclusive sexual health education reduces young gay, bisexual, and queer (GBQ) men’s vulnerability to poor sexual health outcomes, however, conservative ideologies dominate policies on school-based sex education and view topics like same-sex attractions as controversial.
At Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health, gay men struggling with trauma and its effects have access to care that is inclusive and accepting of all patients.
Doctoral candidate Kimberly Cárdenas considers the growing numbers of LGBTQ+ Black and Latinx Americans—and how they participate in the political process.
A new partnership between Wellness at Penn and the LGBT Center offers a sustainable way for students, faculty, staff, and community members to recycle outfits and shop for new ones.
The McDonough Fellowships are supported by a 10-year, $3 million donation from Alphawood Foundation Chicago. They’re the first of their kind in higher education.