Amid recent student walkouts in response to mass shootings, students gathered in Steinberg-Dietrich Hall on Tuesday to discuss the roots of gun violence, particularly in Philadelphia.
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Risky behavior may partially be the result of biology, a new Penn study shows.
Einstein Healthcare Network and Thomas Jefferson University, two of Philadelphia’s most renowned health care systems, intend to merge in a move announced by officials on March 27.
Former United States Department of Justice anti-fraud expert Hui Chen explained her decision to leave her position under the Trump administration at Penn Law School on Tuesday, citing lack of ethics as her primary reason.
Thousands of Philadelphia students walked out of classrooms this past Wednesday, joining a nationwide protest against gun violence in schools.
Each class of Penn's School of Nursing’s Nurse-Midwifery program delivers a class gift to their professors, usually including artwork or donations to charities. The Class of 2017, however, decided to do something unconventional: they created a scholarship for midwives of color.
Employees in Philadelphia who have experienced sexual abuse now have a new outlet which to report their trauma.
Judge Rachel Freier came to speak to Penn students at the Chabad House on Wednesday through a coordinated effort between The Jewish Women’s Resource Center and the Perelman Center for Jewish Life.
For years, dogs have worked with law enforcement officials to track down a variety of illicit substances. Now, experts at Penn believe that dogs might also be capable of sniffing out another type of contraband: stolen ancient artifacts.
Penn Wellness, the umbrella organization for wellness groups on campus, has received a budget of $10,500 from the Vice Provost for University Life for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Mental health has been a focus at Penn for several years, and more recently, Counseling and Psychological Services has undergone significant changes to expand its resources.
Counseling and Psychological Services moved to its current location at 3624 Market St. in January 2015, after the University announced the Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics would take its place adjacent to the Penn Bookstore.
Counseling and Psychological Services has existed at Penn for decades, said CAPS Director Bill Alexander, but in the past few years, both the resources offered and the discussion around mental health at Penn have grown exponentially.
There are more exchange students at Penn than ever before, though some of them have found it difficult to achieve their professional goals on campus without the resources that typical undergraduate students are given access to.
Student groups and administrators are collaborating to make leaves of absences work for all students
While there has long been a history of students taking leaves of absence, the discussion around the option to do so has largely been taboo. Now, student groups are working with the University to make the process of leaving and returning to campus more seamless and transparent.
After various protests and a highly publicized sit-in last semester, Fossil Free Penn is gearing up for another year of advocating for environmental justice at Penn.
NBC News’ chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell and her husband, Alan Greenspan, have made a commitment to endow Penn with the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of Pennsylvania.
Arguably one of the most highly anticipated events of freshman year, New Student Orientation is also one of the most meticulously planned. And 2017’s NSO itinerary is no exception.
Transitioning to Penn is an adjustment, and learning the lingo is the first step. Check out this guide and impress experienced Quakers with your new vocabulary:
This month, the Wharton School welcomed a new program to its Real Estate Department.