A group of Nursing students penned an open letter to the School of Nursing administration condemning their failure to adequately provide students with academic or financial support, interactive simulation training, or clinical experiences with real patients.
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Two Penn Medicine students created a GoFundMe to raise money for hospitals combatting coronavirus in Hubei province, China — raising over $7,000 in three weeks.
In an effort to comfort students during the deadly global coronavirus outbreak, Penn Global International Student and Scholar Services released a YouTube video titled "Stay Strong, Penn" last Thursday.
College matchmaking service Datamatch launched at Penn for the first time Feb. 7. So far over 1,000 romantic hopefuls on campus have registered to be paired up in time for Valentine's Day.
Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship is hosting a furniture competition to design the lobby of Tangen Hall, a hub for students who want to develop start-ups set to open in fall 2020.
Penn’s Stuart Weitzman School of Design will offer a new masters degree program this fall that specializes in using robotics for architecture and design.
The American Academy of Dermatology honored Penn Med physician Cory Simpson as a national "Patient Care Hero" for providing uninsured immigrants in Philadelphia free dermatologic treatment.
To commemorate World Kindness Day, social entrepreneur Cheryl Rice offered strategies for improving self-esteem and learning to value others in the Claire M. Fagin Hall auditorium.
John Legend is supporting former Penn Law School professor Elizabeth Warren in the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election.
This coming semester, students will have the chance to not only study works of literature, but to meet the authors who produced them.
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John L. Jackson Jr. co-directed and co-produced “Making Sweet Tea,” a feature-length documentary film about the life of Northwestern University professor and performing artist E. Patrick Johnson and other gay black men from the American South.
Avan Jogia discussed his experience as a multiracial actor at the Penn Bookstore Friday evening.