While many graduating seniors will be spending the summer at a new job or vacationing, current College senior Geneva Gondak is planning something different: a bike trip across the country to raise awareness and money for affordable housing.
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Penn President Amy Gutmann is one of 50 peopled recognized on Fortune Magazine’s annual World’s Greatest Leaders list, joining individuals like South Korean President Moon Jae-in, CEO of Apple Tim Cook, and the student leaders of the March for Our Lives movement.
To balance Penn's pre-professional culture, a group of Wharton students are pushing to connect students through their hobbies.
With spring now under way, a deeply-rooted historical connection between Penn and The Woodlands cemetery will soon re-bloom with the help of botany.
The University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point is planning to cut 13 humanities and social sciences majors to make room for several technical majors.
Twenty graduate students of the School of Arts and Sciences took the stage in Irvine Auditorium to present their research on Feb. 23 and to compete for $500 cash prizes in Penn’s second annual Grad Ben Talks.
Harvard University has hired its first tenured Native American studies professor following multiple calls for the school to offer formalized Native American studies as part of its curriculum, reported The Harvard Crimson.
Penn researchers found that individuals who are dating are more likely than those who are married to use violence against their partners.
Penn students and Philadelphia residents alike have experienced a high number of water main breaks and frozen pipes this winter. While these types of weather-related emergencies have occurred in the past, the cold weather this year has caused a remarkably high number of incidents for the Philadelphia Water Department.
The Penn Museum is celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year and start of the Year of the Dog by hosting a dog photo contest on Instagram.
Children who eat fish more frequently score higher on IQ tests and get better sleep than those who eat fish less frequently, according to a recent Penn study.
Eight Penn students have spent the past semester campaigning to improve the literacy of children in Philadelphia.
While many Penn students seek out summer internships at large companies, a group of eight Penn undergraduates, two teaching assistants, and a Cinema & Media Studies professor spent this past summer in a different setting: collaborating with refugees to make short films in Kakuma, Kenya.
Penn students interested in media and entertainment are forming more formal ways to enter the industry
During on-campus recruiting every year, hundreds of Penn students flock to various information sessions and coffee chats to network with representatives of some of the largest companies across the country. However, students interested in industries like media and entertainment frequently find professional opportunities elsewhere.
Penn joined nearly 800 colleges and universities in a letter to Congressional leaders on Thursday urging a bipartisan, “long-term legislative fix as soon as possible” to protect current recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.