Readlee, a company which uses artificial intelligence to track students as they read, was recently announced as the winner of this year's Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition.
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“Generation-Blindness and the COVID-19 Websites of Highly Selective Universities” delves into the barriers first-generation college students face when figuring out information and solutions by themselves.
The Perelman School of Medicine found that fatal overdoses suffered by Black individuals in Philadelphia increased by over 50% within the last year.
Top row (from left to right): Phoebe Sterba, AJ Brodeur, Nia Akins, Adam Goldner, and Mark Evanchick. Middle row (from left to right): Alexa Hoover, Kyle Wilcox (second to left), and Kyle Thorton, Kyle Gallagher, and Mitchell Holcomb. Bottom row (from left to right): Christian Scafidi, Peter Matt, Evan Lee, and Ryan Betley.
2018 graduate and field hockey forward Alexis Hoover is the only Quaker to have started in all of her 67 games and earn first-team all-Ivy honors each year of her collegiate career.
Coach Roger Reina
Over 47,500 people died as the result of drug overdoses involving opioids in 2017.
It can be scary to fly around at heights north of 13 feet above the ground, but junior pole vaulter Nicole Macco is one of many Quakers who sets that fear aside day in and day out.
Sophomore foil Nicole Vaiani recorded eight wins and only one loss against five different schools in the Northwestern Duals.