After a months-long search, Penn Hillel has found two new rabbis, Rabbi Gabe Greenberg and Rabbi Elie Schwartz.
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Penn researchers found that a Philadelphia pilot program shows potential for mitigating homelessness and the opioid epidemic.
Standing before a packed rooftop lounge, Wharton and Engineering senior Johnathan Chen recalled how he focused on prestige as a freshman, which led him to neglect his relationships.
Penn's first annual psychedelics summit brought together more than 160 researchers, practitioners, philosophers, students, and psychedelics enthusiasts to cultivate discourse on the potential applications of the controversial drugs.
In his new book, Wharton professor Kartik Hosanagar wants to start a new conversation on AI that is focused on solutions rather than fear.
Philadelphia is one of seven cities responsible for nearly half of the nation’s gentrification, a new study reports.
Penn's Graduate School of Education now offers peer group support sessions to promote wellness among graduate students.
As Penn students rush to polish resumes and submit job applications, a student group has created the opposite: anti-resumes.
Students should consider pursuing the growing field of data analytics, prominent business and education leaders said at a panel hosted by the Wharton School on Tuesday night.
Drexel University’s Community Lawyering Clinic under the Kline School of Law received a $1.65 million donation last Thursday from Drexel Law professor Gwen Stern and her husband Andy Stern, a partner at Kline and Specter law firm.
The Green Labs Working Group aims to reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainability in Penn's laboratories.
Students, faculty, and members of the Penn community packed the Penn Book Center Tuesday night to hear Helen Zia read parts of her new book, “Last Boat Out of Shanghai."