Articles by Amy Liu

04/24/18 2:54pm
The Harvard Varsity Club distributed copies of 'What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen,' to Harvard athletes, coaches, and administrators.
04/04/18 12:19am
Alexander prepares to retire on Aug. 31, but over the past near decade, he has led Counseling and Psychological Services through a period of growth and increased scrutiny. 
03/27/18 3:37pm
The Undergraduate Assembly's survey is not connected to the University mental health task force, which Penn reconvened in 2016 following 14 student suicides in three years.
03/22/18 6:10pm
I CARE launched in 2014 after four students died by suicide in the 2013-2014 academic year alone.
02/27/18 7:13pm
'Embody You' is open to both undergraduate and graduate students and launched on Feb. 27, the Monday of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. 
02/19/18 10:30pm
The use of CAPS' services by graduate students has increased from 12 percent in the 2016 - 2017 academic year to more than 17 percent for the current year. 
02/14/18 9:32pm
Director of Outreach and Prevention Services Meeta Kumar said CAPS currently cannot keep up with the rapid expansion of its staff.
02/08/18 7:51pm
From a former refugee and a 75-year-old lifetime Eagles fan to a Penn graduate with his family of six, here are the stories of the people at the historic Super Bowl celebration this Thursday. 
01/31/18 8:00am
The website aims to streamline all of the University’s mental health resources, events, and news, and is one of the wellness initiatives announced after last October's Campus Conversation.
01/30/18 8:00am
Two months after the announcement, a team of management experts from Penn Medicine has finished collecting data on the general operations of CAPS for the report.
01/22/18 11:29pm
This announcement comes amid a series of student deaths at Penn. In the past month alone, three Penn students have died, adding to the seven student deaths last year. 
01/17/18 7:21pm
This year, RAs and GAs received four days of mandatory training beginning on Aug. 14, just before New Student Orientation on Aug. 22.
01/11/18 11:50pm
“[Mental health was] definitely a bigger focus this year than it ever has been before,” Vice President of Panhellenic Recruitment and College senior Andrea Klein said.
01/09/18 9:21pm
Along with his parents and his two brothers, Steinberg was one of 10 American tourists who died in a plane crash while sightseeing in Costa Rica on Dec. 31. 
12/11/17 1:01am
The plan will benefit middle-income students who do not qualify for Brown's no-loan financial aid but still require some form of financial assistance.
12/06/17 8:48pm
Besides hosting on-campus meetings and speakers, Beyond Arrest: Re-Thinking Systematic Oppression members volunteer with educational programs in prisons across the city. 
11/21/17 12:17am
The New York Times said the translation from Penn professor of classical studies Emily Wilson has given the ancient text "a radically contemporary voice."
11/18/17 3:11pm
Within the Asian Pacific community, art can carry “a cultural stigma,” said APAHW Executive Chair and Wharton and Engineering senior Vivian Ge.  
11/11/17 1:31am
The debate, which was organized by the Penn Debate Society and the Penn Philomathean Society, came  three weeks after History TA Stephanie McKellop came under fire for tweeting about the method.
11/07/17 12:00am
Already popular in New York City, the sidewalk kiosks or “Links” have USB ports and provide Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the city.
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