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Penn Transit makes grocery shopping easier

Penn Transit is helping make grocery shopping more convenient with a variety of ways to get to local markets.

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Penn Family Cookbook

Mmbers of the University’s culinary staff have recently released “The Penn Family Cookbook,” featuring some of their favorite family recipes which have been compiled into a booklet for distribution. Every day, these individuals help whisk up more than 10,000 meals for Penn students, faculty, and staff. 

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Jewish Philanthropy

Using the kitchen to support the culture

Liz Alpern, the first guest chef of our Penn Cooks series, talks about her efforts to revitalize tradition through cuisine and how her visit to Penn's Campus supported that effort

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Celebrating the Penn Ice Rink Re-Opening

The Penn Ice Rink has undergone an $8.2 million refurbishment project, which was funded by the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, Philadelphia Flyers Alumni, the NHL and the University of Pennsylvania. Numerous upgrades and renovations will enhance the overall experience, extend rink hours for year-round operation, and provide long-term operational sustainability, as well as expand the delivery of Snider Hockey’s nationally-acclaimed youth enrichment services to a wider audience.

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Penn Almanac

Penn Vet's Managed Print Program Honored with Green Purchasing Award

The 2019 Green Purchasing Award goes to Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine for their successful implementation of its Managed Print Program.   Now celebrating its fifth year, the program recognizes the outstanding contributions of an individual or team that significantly advances the development of sustainable purchasing practices at Penn.

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Lauder College House Named

On September 5, New College House's name was officially changed to the Lauder College House at a celebration that featured members of the Lauder family, current and former residents, the President, Provost and other Penn officials as well as faculty and staff. 

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