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Dear Penn Freshman,
2012 was the year Penn’s soon-to-be graduates first graced Locust Walk. It was also the year of YOLO, Linsanity and the infectious “Call Me Maybe.” The Daily Pennsylvanian looked back at the biggest trends of 2012 to remind you of freshman year:
Spanish, French, Mandarin — and Java? As the debate to consider counting coding as a foreign language grows louder, members of the Penn community weigh in on the possibility of a similar policy here.
One Penn freshman can now pursue and share her love of science thanks to an unlikely ally — Cards Against Humanity.
The curtains opened to reveal flashing shades of deep crimson, sparkling gold and jet black. The audience erupted into cheers and a medley of music played as Penn Masti’s dance began at the one of the largest Bollywood dance competitions in the country, Bollywood America.
Penn’s campus brims with environmentally-friendly efforts like reusable food containers at 1920 Commons, bike share programs and recycling bins near trash cans. But 46 years ago, this kind of awareness and access to resources was only a dream.
For first-generation students, locating resources, navigating college life and finding a community of people who share similar experiences can be difficult. But a new move by Brown University could be the answer colleges including Penn are looking for.
In the United States, more than 560,000 people were homeless on a single night in January 2015, according to Project HOME, a Philadelphia-based advocacy organization. But according to one Penn professor, ending homelessness is possible.
According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, every year about 1,825 students aged 18 to 24 die from alcohol-related injuries, including motor vehicle crashes. However, a recent study at Penn Medicine shows a promising new solution that can decrease drunk driving deaths by 15 percent.
One Penn professor has set his sights far beyond University City: He has teamed up with NASA to discover planets like Earth that exist beyond our own galaxy.
Although employers have steadily increased educational requirements for hires, the majority of Penn students still join the workforce immediately after finishing their undergraduate studies.
This Women’s History Month, a Penn professor was honored for her work in fighting for women’s reproductive rights.
A flying robot whizzes onto stage and soars out high above the audience.
From solutions to finding the perfect nail polish to improving public speaking, College Pitch Philly saw it all, including a winning innovation by a Penn student.
The mental clockwork allowing the Picassos, Mozarts and Einsteins of the world to create, imagine and dream has long been shrouded in mystery — until now.
Does your race determine your genes? Two Penn professors don’t think so.
Penn researchers may have cracked the code to cocaine addiction.
Three Wharton and Engineering students have discovered a way to drastically speed up beer brewing, winning $10,000 in the process.
There’s nothing more heartbreaking than a dog that can’t see his owner, but Gustavo Aguirre, professor in the School of Veterinary Medicine, dedicates his time to giving them sight.