When it comes to Ben Franklin, Penn has a lot more to boast than just his role as the University’s founder.Recently, Penn Libraries acquired a rare copy of the presumable final full length book ever printed by the University’s founding father.
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1997 Wharton and College graduate Elon Musk, who has been dubbed by Robert Downey Jr. as the real-life Iron Man, may have outdone even Iron Man with his latest creation.
Between 800 and 900 Penn students participated in the Swipe Out Hunger campaign, which was able to garner a grand total of 1,535 unused meal swipes during its set donation days.
Pennant, a new digital infrastructure, will replace the system that has managed student billing, financial aid, academic records and registration for over 35 years.
Penn Law professor Polk Wagner, who specializes in intellectual property and patent law, spoke out about the implications of her applications for lyric trademarks.
Six of the ex-offenders, referred to as "clients," presented business pitches to SP2 professors in the culmination of the PREP program on Saturday.
Incoming freshmen aren’t the only ones who chose Penn — faculty members were drawn to the University for their own reasons.
College sophomore Ray Clark, Jane Meyer's running mate, was elected as Vice President.
Watson has yet to finalize when she will begin her studies.
On Hey Day's 100th anniversary, it will cost students only $20 to participate.
Wharton’s Department of Student Life decided cut the cohort program to only include freshman and sophomores.
Criminology Department Chair Adrian Raine is a pioneer in neurocriminology, a branch of criminology that explores the application of neuroscience techniques in understanding crime and violence.
The Vice Provost and the Center for Teaching and Learning have asked professors to submit proposals for new SAIL classes by Feb. 20.
As an undergraduate, Chair of the Religious Studies department Justin McDaniel, a preeminent scholar of Buddhism, had never studied the subject before.
Tweets proved to be more effective at predicting heart disease than traditional methods.
Economics professor Gizem Saka teaches classes ranging from consumer behavior to labor economicsmade courses lowercase. Source: "Specific courses are capitalized and in quotation marks, while generic areas stay lowercase" at Penn.
At LifeHacks for Wharton Students, an event hosted by Wharton Work/Life Integration in conjunction with the Weingarten Learning Resources Center Wednesday evening, Weingarten learning instructors gave advice on time management in preparation for finals.
This year's State of School commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education
Robert Jensen was raised in adversity in the U.S. and now researches policy-based solutions to poverty worldwide
For one night only, on Sept. 18, Baltimore Avenue will be lined up with a motley group of trademark West Philadelphia vendors.