September 23-25, 2016
Penn Spectrum Weekend brings together alumni for dialogue centered on issues of cultural identity. We welcome alumni and allies from all backgrounds as well as current Penn undergraduate and graduate students. The conference focuses on issues pertinent to the Black, Latinx, Native, Asian, and LGBTQ alumni and student communities.
***Online registration has closed. Walk on pricing for the weekend is $100 (for alumni and friends) and $10 for Penn undergraduate and graduate students. Come by the Main Registration Tent on College Green (by the Love Statue) to register as a walk-on.***
Be sure to stop by at Sweeten Alumni House (3533 Locust Walk) to check out artwork by James Dupree GFA 77.
Due to catering counts the last day to request a reimbursement was Sept 15th.
The 2016 Presidential Election and Diverse Communities. What would President Trump or President Clinton do for you? Will Immigration reform come about? Will the Equality Act and LGBTQ protections be passed? Will #BlackLivesMatter policies be codified into state or federal law? Our signature panel will explore what is at stake for diverse populations in this country.
Open Houses & Dialogue with Center Staff
Cultural Centers are happy to welcome alumni and friends during their Open Houses on September 23rd. Feel free to pop in at from 2PM to 5PM or to join ascheduled Dialogue with directors at each center where you'll be able to learn more about these spaces and their impact on the Penn community.