When the internet turns into a giant internet cafe

Upenn University students and alumni will gather to discuss the future of the campus, as part of a series on the infinite campus of Infinite Campus.

The series, which will begin this fall, will highlight various topics and events that are currently happening at the university.

The event will be hosted by Upenn alumni, faculty and staff, including alumni and faculty members from the university’s various departments, and alumni and students from the student and faculty health centers.

The event is scheduled to take place on the campus’s central plaza in front of the student union.

For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page, or follow the event on Twitter.

The Infinite Campus project was launched in the fall of 2017 to explore the implications of the rise of the Internet on our lives and institutions.

The project has been a collaborative effort between UPenn and the University of Maryland, where it was originally launched.

It was the result of an initiative to work with UPenn alumni and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which provided $100,000 in funding for the project.UPenn will host a webcast, live chat and discussion on Oct. 14 at 6 p.m.

EDT.

The live webcast will be available on the UPenn University YouTube channel and on the university website.

The discussion will be recorded for later distribution.

The series, “The Infinite Community,” will focus on issues that are important to UPenn’s alumni and community.

UPenn is committed to the advancement of equality, and students are invited to share their views and opinions with the community in this ongoing series.