The cozy interior spaces of the Cultural Resource Centers at University of Pennsylvania with lots of sofas, throws, and pillows. Photo by Anna Vazhaeparambil | The Daily Pennsylvanian
The cozy interior spaces of the Cultural Resource Centers at University of Pennsylvania with lots of sofas, throws, and pillows. Photo by Anna Vazhaeparambil | The Daily Pennsylvanian

Making room for intersectionality at Penn

Columnist Jessey Shin argues that Penn's Cultural Resource Centers need to have more room for intersectionality.


I’ve lived within a 3-minute walk from the LGBT Center for the entire academic year. Because of its proximity, I had hoped that it would serve as a source of community and interconnectedness for me at Penn. However, my time at the LGBT Center fell short of these expectations; my experience as a disabled, international, and queer student simply did not have much of a place at these events. Read more…


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