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To say I am bad with change and endings would be an understatement. I was that kid who cried on the last day of elementary school every year. So you can pretty much imagine how well I’m handling college graduation …
How many times do you check Facebook while studying?
A recent survey shows that a concerning number of students do not know how to contact Penn’s Medical Emergency Response Team.
Has finals season left you stressed out and depressed? A new Penn-developed app can help you take deep breaths
It only takes 140 characters to provide people with false information about prescription drugs.
A group of students are looking to provide you with a good read.
A new Penn program aims to address the lifelong effects of autism.
While many students are going through On-Campus Recruiting or have received their offers, the job search for Penn nurses is only just beginning.
This weekend, doctors from all over the country will gather at Penn to discuss appearance and its effect on identity at a symposium that is the first of its kind.
A former Wharton professor who pleaded guilty to child pornography-related charges will not receive a lighter federal prison sentence.
Penn Medicine established the CAREs Grant Program in early 2012 to support student, faculty and staff led efforts to improve the health of the community and foster community involvement. Each quarter, the Foundation awards grants of up to $2,000 per project. After receiving the money, many of the organizations have used the money to better support their causes.
Penn Medicine’s newest building is all about the patient.
Penn has just received a $20 million federal grant to fund the University of Pennsylvania Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science.
Since 2008, Penn Medicine has been working with high schools in the Philadelphia area to encourage students to pursue careers in medicine.
“There is no medicine in the world like a dog licking your face,” according to one nurse at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
A marketer, a rabbi and a doctor have joined forces for breast cancer awareness.
Enter Student Health Service with a cold, leave with a few extra condoms.
Tuesday afternoon, animal rights group Animal ACTivists of Philly rallied at 34th and Walnut streets against the abuse of research animals at Penn and other universities.
Penn students have created a new way to foster interaction among the many diverse groups on campus: PennWorld.