I still remember the weekend back in May of my freshman year when I was still sports photo editor. I was sitting in front of my beloved Photoshop, tirelessly working on columnist headshot cutouts. I was told that this was for the farewell columns. “Hmmm, seniors. Sounds like in forever.”
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A member of the Provost’s Arts and Culture Initiative Steering Committee has given tangible suggestions to the leaders of a recent student petition to have for-credit dance courses at Penn.
Senior year isn’t the end of the design process for a group of Engineering graduates.
A user-friendly web application now delivers better federal data on homelessness to researchers, policy makers and social service providers.
Two new websites could save Penn students time in their attempts to get into closed courses.
The Penn students organizing a petition asking the University to implement for-credit dance classes have made moves on their agenda to get their plan approved.
For Penn students who want to share a cab or buy and sell secondary items with other students, a Penn version of Craigslist might serve their needs.
Within several years, people may no longer need to take injections or pills, but can eat therapeutic vegetables instead, thanks to a project led by researchers from Penn.
For Penn professors studying dark energy, pictures of space are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also scientifically significant in astrophysics.
Can you learn about a person’s well-being through his or her tweets? Penn researchers have found a way.
A new course for technology entrepreneurs has started its pilot this fall for a “hands-on” experience to test ideas and business models.
A six-legged robot is a new weekly skater at Penn’s ice rink.
Whether you believe or not that ghosts could roam the floors of College Hall, they have certainly found a way into the University’s academic research.
The Singh Center for Nanotechnology is the latest building to feature the new contactless PennCard.
Up-to-date course data are now open to students to develop projects via a Application Programming Interface recently released by the University.
The excitement of this year’s Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the Higgs boson was shared in a meeting room in the David Rittenhouse Laboratory by Penn’s High Energy Physics Experimental Group.
The intersection at 38th and Spruce streets — the site of seven accidents this calendar year — has received harsh criticism from city planning experts on the safety of its design.
Students who wish to learn Photoshop or Illustrator now have options better than conducting a desperate Google search for high quality Adobe tutorials.
Over 100 reels will roll in 10 days, when films from 36 countries will be screened at seven unique Philadelphia venues, including in University City.
You might be able to defend your mobile app ideas in front of venture capital firms and industry developers in a cross between “Shark Tank” and “The Voice,” and build a business out of it.