A mix of local Philadelphians, students and faculty gathered at tables and bar stools at World Café Live last night to turn their attention to the projector at the front of the room as physics professor Elliot Lipeles shared his findings on the Higgs boson.
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One Penn grad is helping to turn an abundance of dirt, weeds, rocks and litter into a field of green grass, an outpouring of plants and a number of tall trees.
Seventy percent of black children and 60 percent of Latino children don’t know how to swim, according to the USA Swimming Foundation. This worrisome statistic sparked the creation of the “We Can Swim!” program at Penn.
With Spring Fling just a week and a half away, students from other schools are booking their bus and train tickets to come to Penn.
Some classes never get old.
While writing seminar has been at the core of the freshman academic schedule for years, Director of Critical Writing Valerie Ross announced Tuesday that it will be removed as a core requirement starting fall 2013.
You have two choices — either eat one marshmallow now, or wait and get two sometime later. Do you wait, or do you give in and eat the marshmallow?
Sitting in a New York University dorm room in the middle of summer vacation, Scott Dzialo and Joyce Greenbaum came up with an idea.
Education Week will give students a chance to learn from members of the University — including a dean in Wharton and a computer science professor — about something that affects every aspect of their academic life.
Part of the $4.3 billion bought in by Penn’s Making History campaign is due to the efforts of students here on campus.
As Spring Fling begins to creep steadily upon us, students are beginning to play the guessing game as to whom this year’s performers will be.
On Sunday evening, Penn students across campus will put down their Math 104 textbooks, marketing assignments and political science papers to tune in for the Oscars.