Penn medical students have turned to art in an attempt to improve their clinical skills.
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Almost no policy issue has been in the national spotlight more this year than health care, but for 2017 Nursing graduates Marcus Henderson and Ian McCurry, the topic is more than just a political issue.
A group of Penn students are working to share their business knowledge with high school students in Philadelphia.
Students gathered in Steinberg-Dietrich Hall on Oct. 12 to learn about the possibility of human immortality.
At annual summit, students and faculty discuss the merits of Academically Based Community Service courses
Benjamin Franklin wrote that the end of all learning was “an inclination joined with an ability to serve mankind, one’s country, friends, and family.”
When religious studies professor James Pawelski was a college student, he found himself caught between his love for problem solving as a math major and his natural gravitation toward courses in humanities, where answers are less definite.
A free gun lock program was launched in Philadelphia on Thursday to promote gun safety throughout the city. The initiative is a joint effort by the Sheriff’s Office and City Council President Darrell Clarke.
Conservative National Review executive editor says he wants poor immigrants to be able to 'enter the elite of our society'
Penn’s political groups hosted the editor of a leading conservative publication on Tuesday to discuss the future of conservatism in the age of President Donald Trump.
Philadelphia's School Reform Commission approved a contract Thursday which will prepare 20 new teachers to work in the Philadelphia School District, Philly.com reported.
Following the presidential election, both liberals and conservatives worried that partisan polarization may prevent civil discussion across party lines. In response to this concern, leaders from Penn and a Christian university outside Philadelphia planned two discussions to bring together students with opposite political beliefs.
Five months after an on duty officer was photographed with what was believed to be a Nazi-inspired tattoo, the Philadelphia police department has decided to implement a new tattoo policy that will take effect March 1.