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Campus Events

  • Literary Lunch

    Juliana Rosati hosts this literary lunch featuring readings tied to the theme of Book to TV. Guests can come to chat or bring their own excerpts to share related to the theme. This is a hybrid event held on campus and accessible online.

  • Free Speech

    Jonathan Zimmerman, the Judy and Howard Berkowitz Professor in Education at Penn, discusses his book “Free Speeh: And Why You Should Give a Damn,” which briefly tells the history of free speech in America. The book features cartoons by Signe Wilkinson.

  • National Pre-Health Conference

    Young professionals interested in a career in health care are encouraged to attend this free pre-med conference. The conference this year boasts a theme of unity.

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    Jupiter Blue

    The Rotunda at Penn and Bowerbird present the duo Jupiter Blue as part of the Liminal States series. Liminal States welcomes artists who perform late-night concerts for falling asleep.

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    Cold Soul

    Cold Soul performs at Cira Green. Because seating is limited, picnic blankets are encouraged.

  • Movies in Clark Park

    Movies in Clark Park return with a screening of "Black Panther." The film is presented by University City District, Friends of Clark Park, and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation.

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    Accelerator Pitch Day

    The Pennovation Center hosts the 4th Annual Pennovation Accelerator Pitch Day, during which six accelerator startups pitch to mentors, investors, and peers.

  • Concrete Cowboy

    As part of the Movies in Clark Park series, the West Philadelphia community is invited to enjoy an outdoor screening of "Concrete Cowboy," a film based on the real lives of the Black cowboys of Fletcher Street Stables.

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    Rachel Zolf Book

    Rachel Zolf, Artist in Residence in the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing, reads from her new book "No One's Witness: A Monstrous Poetics." The book confronts the Nazi holocaust in relation to transatlantic slavery.

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    Ulysses Jenkins Exhibit

    The ICA presents the first major retrospective of the work of Ulysses Jenkins, a video artist from Los Angeles whose work rose to prominence in the 1970s and has been an influence on contemporary art since. The exhibition is co-curated by Meg Onli and Erin Christovale.