A new course this spring will help prepare students for the ethical dilemmas they may face in life after Penn.
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For six Penn students, what started out as a class project is turning into a movement on campus.
Though the final exam period for the fall semester has not even begun, some seniors are already looking ahead to how they’ll cap off their studies next semester.
Though he has been rowing for years, Vaclav Graf is a bit out of his element when he climbs into his boat on the Wharton Crew as a non-MBA student on the University’s sole graduate rowing team.
In the wake of last week’s election, several politics-focused courses at Penn are approaching the rest of the semester in slightly new ways.
The recently launched Center for the Study of Contemporary China is offering students a hub for modern Chinese studies from its new home in Fisher-Bennett Hall.
Across Penn’s campus, streakers, studiers and singers all used the time off during Hurricane Sandy to their advantage. Despite being stuck inside for most of Monday and Tuesday, students passed the time in a variety of ways — some more unconventional than others.
A recently published study is providing insight into faculty experience at Penn.
A new home for life sciences at Penn is on track to open by 2016.
As students settle into their class schedules with the drop period coming to a close Oct. 12, the American Sign Language/Deaf Studies minor is also settling in as an officially recognized academic track.
The University and its faculty members will face new regulations regarding research due to recent changes in United States Public Health Service policy on conflict of interest issues.
The School of Arts and Sciences is looking for new leadership.
When a College freshman went home for winter break this year, he went to his doctor for a routine check-up. At the end of the appointment, when the doctor asked him if there was anything else he wished to talk about, the freshman explained he’d been having trouble paying attention in class.
Penn’s second-in-command first came to campus as a prospective student on a college tour in the ‘80s. Having grown up in a small town in Connecticut, Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli said he “just fell in love with all the buildings” on 34th Street.
Former Penn President Judith Rodin has been appointed to serve on President Barack Obama’s newly created Council for Community Solutions, according to a press release from the White House on Monday.
Each year, hundreds of Penn students tutor and mentor Sayre High School students in West Philadelphia.
Though World AIDS Day this year did not feature any major Penn events, a handful of individuals continue to actively address the disease.
At 1:15 p.m., about 30 tenth-graders cluster around a classroom in small groups in William L. Sayre High School. Their eyes are glued to the Penn undergraduates talking to them about the peripheral nervous system.
When students decide to move off campus, negotiating a lease may seem daunting. But this legal agreement is crucial to residents' quality of life.
Though Penn alumni may no longer be using dining dollars as their official form of payment, thousands choose to stay connected to campus through their credit cards.