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Penn Medicine’s new partnership with the Princeton HealthCare System is a step in a national shift toward incorporating small hospitals into larger health systems that aim to make care more accessible to people in all geographic areas.
The College Dean’s Advisory Board intends to train at least one member of every registered student group on campus in I CARE — CAPS’s mental health skill-building training that focuses on recognizing problems, supporting peers and learning the proper steps to take when a mental health issue arises.
The A Book a Day project is one part of Penn Libraries’ greater Community Outreach Program, which have expanded recently. Over the past two years, the program established a Community Outreach Librarian, made collaborations with local nonprofits and increased the number of students it serves from 500 to nearly 6,000.
Glanz was one of four new members on the 17-person Advisory Council, which met for the first time this term at the National Institutes of Health’s campus in Bethesda, Md. earlier this month.
Counseling and Psychological Services at Penn will extend its hours to evenings and weekends and will expand its outreach by placing full-time staff members in professional schools.
Students returning to the Quad, many shivering in short sleeves and shorts, were not required by security guards to swipe their Penn IDs upon entering.
UA College Representative and College junior Gabrielle Jackson reached out to Career Services after she noticed how frequently she lent out her own professional clothes to friends and realized that this was likely not just an isolated problem.
The group was started by two pro-choice students who said they wish “to offer fact-based pro-choice resources for reproductive rights advocates,” according to the group’s description on Facebook.
While the overall number of students deciding to go abroad hasn't changed dramatically, many more students are opting to go in the Spring.
Ryerson looks at the implications of increased automation on the way people take long distance trips. Instead of taking flights, people are likely to choose the more efficient, inexpensive route, especially when the driverless format is still conducive to a more relaxing trip, and the driver has the option of texting or napping.
“What’s happening in larger numbers this year is that people's symptoms are so bad that they have to be admitted to the hospital or the ER," Director of Campus Health Initiatives at the Student Health Service Ashlee Halbritter said.
RAP-Line began in 1990 as a calling service and added letter writing as an additional peer support service in 1996. Now, RAP-Line will make Penn the third college campus nationwide — after Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where the service originated, and University of Chicago — to offer the Lean On Me text message service.
“It’s so much more efficient for everyone involved because it doesn’t mean that our staff has to babysit people when they’re discovering things,” Jim Mathieu, the director of Digital Media at the Penn Museum said. “They can actually cater to them when they found what they wanted, which is provided.”
Residential Services has been gradually installing new digital security systems since the summer of 2016, after completing a pilot project in Gregory College House in 2015. But when the installations at the gates outside the Quad started around November, the long lines caused students to complain that the new system was inefficient and difficult to use.
The team’s research has real-world applications on a personal level and the national level. The systems they study are the same systems that protect email accounts of regular people and the classified accounts of government officials.
The fight for freedom of expression emerged on American University’s campus Tuesday after the University removed the statue of Native American activist Leonard Peltier, which had been erected on campus less than a month earlier, according to the Washington Post.
Top strategists from Clinton’s and Trump’s campaigns gathered at Harvard University Thursday for the first time since the election, in a public event that resulted in a shouting match from both candidates’ representatives.
Penn's Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention group celebrated its annual “Got Consent?” photo campaign at a launch party Wednesday evening.
Penn’s campus may be closed on Thanksgiving, but that hasn't stopped several groups on and around campus from celebrating the holiday.
As many prepare to vote for the first time in the general election Tuesday, Penn students reflect on the long-term significance this election is likely to have on both personal and national scales.