As students rely increasingly on technology, some professors are growing stricter about laptop use in their classes.
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Language classes teach culture, but faculty say cross cultural analysis requirement is still necessary
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing and the Wharton School all have foreign language requirements. These courses don’t only teach language — they also teach students about the culture that is associated with the language.
Computer programming and literature analysis are very different subjects that require very different skills, but Penn is hoping to bring them together.
Penn just released its register of hundreds of courses it will offer in the fall — but less advertised is the opportunity students have to take classes somewhere else.
It might now be quicker for you to find a tutor than to look up your question on Google.
Next September, the School of Nursing and the College of Arts and Sciences will be launching a new cross-school major: nutrition science.
Share knowledge, review math and earn money — three things that tutors at Penn do simultaneously. This semester, Penn ramped up its efforts to recruit high-achieving students with a more personal form of outreach.
Germany is the world’s top country, followed by Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, according to a new rankings project that involved Wharton.
This semester, the College of Arts and Sciences offered only five courses that fulfilled the Living World sector, four of which were closed a week before the add deadline.
The fall activities fair was a huge and festive celebration, with hundreds of organizations lining Locust Walk, flyers everywhere and dazzled freshmen signing up to audition for clubs they’d never heard of. But where was the spring activities fair?
Six years ago, renting a book from the Penn Bookstore was unheard of.
For some, spring semester is a hurricane of nerve-wracking interviews and sweaty handshakes. For others, it is the calm waters of relaxation that follow the acceptance of an internship.
Dropping a class? Here are a few you might want to pick up.
For a shelter animal, a broken limb can mean the loss of a life.
Over the past week, Asian Pacific American Heritage Week (APAHW) succeeded in bringing unity, charity and fun to Penn’s campus for the 23rd time since it was established in 1993.
Introducing the fairy godmother that will help bring the dreams of endeavoring student entrepreneurs to life — the Weiss Tech House.
Your Facebook profile might reveal more about you than your social life — according to a study done by the Perelman School of Medicine, it can also indicate a lot about your health.
The fourth-annual Y-Prize — a competition in which teams propose innovative commercial applications for technology invented by Penn researchers — will hold its kick-off event on Monday.