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A conversation on Mandela’s life and legacy led by DuBois Faculty Master William Gipson was held in DuBois immediately after the vigil ended.
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The gift of more than 1,300 books came from Shirley and Marilyn Luber, wife and daughter of the late 1940 Wharton graduate and renowned Philadelphia art collector Gilbert Luber.
Former Penn grad and Deputy Director of the Center of Public Health Initiatives Wendy Voet is now the Executive Director of Women’s Way, an organization that lobbies for women’s health in the greater Philadelphia area.
Two Penn graduates established Preston’s Paradise six years ago, which has grown into a program with nine self-sustaining gardens and fresh produce truck.
The family of former neuroscience researcher Jeffrey Ware claims that he was exposed to radiation without full knowledge of the study and gave permission while “cognitively impaired.”
Three Engineering grads turned their senior design project into a start-up, which launches on Kickstarter this weekend.
Despite the American Studies Association’s endorsement of a boycott of Israeli academic institutions on Wednesday, Penn remains adamantly against the measure.
The family allege that Penn physicians enrolled researcher Jeffrey H. Ware, who died from brain cancer in 2011, in a study without consent.
American Express offered a $10 credit to those who spent more than $10 at participating retailers.
John Tresch, professor of the history and sociology of science, was recently awarded the 2013 Pfizer Award for Best Scholarly Book from the History of Science Society.
The discussion, held as part of the Penn Political Coalition’s Political Action Week 2013, focused on food access and availability not only in Philadelphia but also in urban areas around the country.
The study analyzed over 2,100 tweets over a one-week period and found that most people were talking about abusing the medication rather than using it therapeutically.
The PPA coffeehouse is one of many efforts among Penn students to raise money for those affected by the typhoon.
A study by two Graduate School of Education assistant professors shows that Philadelphia schools are spending less money per pupil yet performing as well as comparable districts.
The lawsuit charges the police with assault and battery, among other charges.
The Fed Challenge competition challenges students to analyze the state of the economy and create a monetary policy for Federal Reserve banks.
Several Penn researchers have been involved in a project whose goal is to analyze why the universe is expanding contrary to the laws of gravity.
Symptoms include fever, severe headache and sensitivity to bright light.
Though, nationally, the number of venture capital deals has decreased.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sits down with Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri to discuss her competition experience.