Michael Lemole, a 1995 School of Medicine alumnus, is one of three primary doctors for the congresswoman who was shot in the head outside a Tucson, Ariz., supermarket on Jan. 8.
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Next month, the College Board will announce details of an extensive remodeling of its Advanced Placement program to emphasize depth — instead of breadth — of coverage.
The University received a record-breaking 30,956 applications for the class of 2015, marking an almost 15-percent increase from last year — a change Dean of Admissions Eric Furda attributed largely to Penn’s no-loan financial aid policies.
Saturday night, Smokey Joe's hosted a fundraiser for Penn’s chapter of the group Pratit International. About 40 turned out, collecting a total of $200.
Vice President Joe Biden delivered the keynote address at the opening of the National Museum of American Jewish History on Nov. 14.
Kevin Plank, the 38-year-old founder and chief executive officer of Under Armour, spoke about the creation, evolution and future of his company at Huntsman Hall on Thursday evening.
In a dramatic overtime finish, the Quakers managed to rally from a second-half deficit to defeat Brown, 3-2, on Saturday evening. The victory, sparked by junior forward Marin McDermott’s two-goal performance, put the squad in prime position to earn its second-ever outright Ivy League title.
On Friday night, the Christian Association opened its doors to students, alumni and community members for an official welcoming of new Executive Director Rob Gurnee.
TEDxPenn, organized independently of the popular “Technology, Entertainment, Design” conference series, featured a wide-range of speakers from the University and alumni communities.