Human waste, a Thomas Eakins painting, chess masters and the world’s only known enigmatology major — Penn’s theme years have brought all sorts of discussions and personalities to campus.
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At Penn’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception Laboratory, some professors and students are applying their skills to the study of swarming robots.
With a new database of graduate student clubs and organizations, Penn’s Graduate and Professional Student Assembly is attempting to strengthen the bonds of the University’s graduate school community.
While the mainstream economy continues to face a downturn, technology may be driving its comeback — a trend is highlighted by the rising salaries of School of Engineering and Applied Science graduates.
Penn’s engineering community is looking to bring the role of female engineers to the fore.
Over the past semester, a new major at the School of Engineering and Applied Science has become a playground in which future social network company CEOs can learn in a small, interactive setting.
Last week, 12 Law School students were given the opportunity of a lifetime: to get out of the classroom and measure their legal skills in front of the Supreme Court.
While many Penn students were busy with their first week of classes, some Asian-American students spent a day in Washington to discuss issues facing people from the Asia-Pacific region.
While many of their peers in the School of Engineering and Applied Science deal with machinery and complicated math formulas, some Engineering graduate students are finding themselves at the forefront of video game and 3-D design.
For third-year Law School student Rekha Nair, getting a legal education has meant far more than sitting in a classroom and reading through case law.
Some of Penn’s MBA/JD students are teaching a group of community members what it takes to make it in the food truck business.
Recent complaints raised by a group of Master of Social Work students about their non-profit fieldwork placement have prompted debate among students and administrators in the School of Social Policy & Practice.
Medical school applications reached an all-time high this year, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.
A group of Master of Social Work students who enrolled at Penn in order to make a difference in their communities have been disillusioned by their inability to shape their own education.
Students interested in applying to law school may think twice about their status updates.
Last weekend, some members of Penn’s Graduate and Professional Student Assembly spent their weekend learning from peers at other graduate schools.
A simple daily routine which takes less than five minutes — using mouthwash — might help pregnant women freshen their breath and also avoid giving birth prematurely.
Despite gloomy economic forecasts, arts funding at Penn is staying afloat.
On Nov. 3, actor Danny Pudi will perform at the Ben Franklin Room in Houston Hall as part of the Asian Pacific Student Coalition and Penn Sangam’s Chai Chat event.
A new vaccine developed by Penn professors for dogs with blood cancers may help humans overcome lymphoma.