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Jennifer Jagger is out to make giving birth a little bit easier - or, at least, the preparation for it.
The Ironman Triathlon does not get its name for nothing.
With on-campus recruiting right around the corner, Nursing students may have an easier time than other seniors in the job hunt.
With 200 events and 180,000 visitors a year, the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is much more than a place for freshmen toga parties.
Instant messaging is no longer just a tool for procrastination.
For Engineering junior Warren Jackson, a good idea has finally translated into $5,000 in cash.
First-year MBA candidate Tamara Rajah is out to solve the problem of finding good-quality women's business apparel that doesn't break the bank.
When Nursing junior Elsa Waldman went back to her dorm last night, something was noticeably different:
Wharton junior Derek Zoch wants to improve football practice.
For elderly West Philadelphia residents, two may not necessarily be better than one.
Students are taking time out of their busy midterm schedules to spread awareness about human rights-related issues.
When Pia Ramchandani first signed up for "Introduction to Electrical and Systems Engineering" last semester, she expected a typical lecture course.
From Rosie the Maid to the Terminator, general interest in robots is nothing new.
The School of Nursing is getting a head start on its spring cleaning.
Most students used their winter breaks to tan, shop and catch up on much-needed sleep.
Imagine being able to taste a candy bar before ever reaching for your wallet.
For the 2 to 3 percent of students who seek the help of Counseling and Psychological Services at Penn and are diagnosed with bipolar disorder, the illness is not something to ignore.
A play performed on campus last night delivered the same line to the audience again and again: "White people have insatiable, unquenchable, unlimited appetites for black stereotypes."
The walk eastward from the Penn campus to Center City is, as Penn President Amy Gutmann put it, "ugly."