Nursing and Wharton senior Jeffrey Lee died Sunday morning after running the Philadelphia Half Marathon, according to University spokesperson Phyllis Holtzman.
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In light of recent economic turbulence and the Occupy movement, educational institutions are searching for the best ways to teach economics to their students.
The Neural-Behavioral Sciences building, slated to be the next hub for life sciences on campus, hopes to allow the Biology, Psychology and Biological Basis of Behavior departments to interact in unprecedented ways.
School of Design professor and renowned architect James Timberlake was nominated by President Barack Obama to serve on the National Institute of Building Science Board of Directors last month. The board promotes the construction of safe and affordable facilities in the country through advances in technology and sustainability practices.
As Confucius Institutes — nonprofit branches that fund Chinese language and culture learning — spread to universities around the world, Penn is reconsidering its 2009 decision to reject them.
While many graduates from Ivy League institutions choose to pursue careers in banking or medicine, a select few tell jokes for “less money than you can imagine anyone living on in New York City.”
The Undergraduate Assembly is under investigation by the University for hazing.
Following hazing allegations, the Undergraduate Assembly turned itself in to the Office of Student Conduct two weeks ago.
Students studying psychology, biology and biological basis of behavior may soon find a new home on campus.
In its fourth year in the City of Brotherly Love, the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival will feature screenings, film shorts, live music and a B-boy demonstration.
“If a ghost exists, this is a great place for them,” Alex Pezzati said as he led me down a very narrow staircase into a low-ceilinged crevice.
The messages of last week’s Occupy Philadelphia protests at Huntsman Hall are reverberating throughout campus, as Penn students become more involved in the movement.
Consul General of the Republic of Korea in New York Young-mok Kim paid a visit to Penn yesterday for an event hosted by the newly endowed James Joo-Jin Kim Program in Korean Studies.
School of Design professor and renowned architect James Timberlake, who graduated from the PennDesign in 1977, was nominated by President Barack Obama this month for a seat on the National Institute of Building Science Board of Directors.
Three times a week, Columbia University professor Mona Momescu keeps “one eye on the camera and one eye on the students in the classroom” as she teaches an elementary Romanian to students in New York and Philadelphia.
The secrets of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library on the sixth floor of Van Pelt Library have now been revealed on the internet.
Coming up with an original thesis for a paper is something that almost every Penn student must contend with over the course of college. But not in Kenneth Goldsmith’s “Uncreative Writing” class, where plagiarism is permitted and encouraged.
After Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ death, Penn alumni and students have begun to uncover what he has left behind.
Many Occupy Philly protesters arrived in the city on Thursday morning alongside bankers and lawyers on Market Street. But while those professionals headed home Thursday evening, many protesters planned to stay.
About 100 friends, family members and colleagues of the late Political Science professor Henry Teune gathered in Houston Hall Wednesday to commemorate his dedication to Penn and political science.