StoryCorps provides people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives—reminding each other of our shared time on this earth and the remnants of humanity that are present in every corner.
You wake up and remember the fun you had with your friends last night. But before long, the guilt sets in. You remember when you came home you had two slices of pizza and a half a box of gluten-free cookies. Cue damage control: if you run 5 miles today […]
How does social change happen? It begins with the individual. When people are passionate about an issue, they discuss it with friends. They take meaningful action. And ultimately, they garner interest and inspire others to join the movement. Dan Garofalo and Nicole Marquis understand these ideas and are putting them […]
From the IMPACT Archives April 2015 By Nora Larebee There is no shortage of student groups at Penn. Hundreds of clubs and student-run organizations cater to every interest under the sun. Some, like a cappella or student government, attract masses of students and are highly selective when accepting new members. Some […]
From the IMPACT Archives February 2015 By Morgan Sierra Snyder Sometime in my tweens, I declared over dinner at a family party that the two greatest technologies ever invented were 1) the Computer and 2) the Tampon. My dad was mortified. I was mortified years later, when I found out that […]
From the IMPACT Archives November 2014 By Grace Jemison You know those moments where you are blown away by a sight so stupid beautiful that you don’t quite have the words for it? That you can’t wipe the goofy smile off your face? Yeah, I had a lot of those […]
From the IMPACT Archives October 2014 By David Ongchoco On October 23, 2014, Penn alumni and Jubilee Project Co-founder Jason Y. Lee returned to Penn to talk about the Jubilee Project and for an exclusive pre-screening of Jubilee Project’s latest documentary, “Save My Seoul,” which hopes to inform people about […]