The University’s chapter of the Israel-focused consulting club TAMID hosted the organization’s first regional conference on Friday, bringing over 130 college students from across the Northeast to campus to discuss topics related to women in the workplace and to Israel’s startup culture.
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While manufacturing draws to the mind images of factories and machines, two Penn researchers are revolutionizing the industry with technology that connects biology and manufactured goods.
1999 College graduate John Legend tweeted that Florida's passage of an amendment to restore the voting rights of approximately 1.5 million convicted felons was “wonderful news" on Tuesday night. Legend reportedly also knocked on doors in the Orlando area leading up to election day to get out the vote, The Tampa Bay Times reported.
For three Penn students, the two nations Israel and China have a natural bond.
Millions of Americans will head to the polls to vote in the midterm elections on Nov. 6, electing 435 House members and 35 senators in the process. In Philadelphia, there are five local, state, and national races on the ballot, in addition to a ballot question on the issue of public spending.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has released the results of a DNA test to confirm the long-contested claims that she has Native American ancestry. However, in doing so, the former Penn Law professor has ignited new controversies, prompting a new wave of scorn from members of the Trump administration, as well as strong criticism from the Cherokee Nation.
Dozens of people gathered in the Wilma Theater in downtown Philadelphia Tuesday night to hear Penn history professor Kathy Peiss trace the journeys of books associated with the Holocaust.
Penn Law School students gathered at a Penn Federalist Society event to discuss differing views of Brett Kavanaugh’s pending Supreme Court nomination with a pair of legal experts. Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault, and new allegations continue to delay his confirmation vote.
For many students, attending elite universities like Harvard University, Princeton University, or Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the ultimate academic achievement. But for some students at select high schools in Pennsylvania, it seems to be routine practice.