Study abroad programs restarted this fall — but with far fewer options than before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2021 Engineering and College graduate Rosa Sun covered a local Chinese food truck in Chinese paintings for her senior seminar project.
After grappling with the impact of COVID-19, the Trump administration, and numerous shootings of Black men, Weingarten Learning Resources Center counselor Gabriel Angrand is publishing his second book of poetry on Feb. 26.
Cyntoia Brown-Long was sentenced to life in prison at just 16 years old after killing a man who solicited her for sex. Exonerated after serving 15 years, Brown-Long visited campus to speak at a conference organized by Penn’s student-led criminal justice reform group, Beyond Arrests: Rethinking Systematic Oppression.
Only one Penn graduate has ever won the presidency — current President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump. Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Trump is still the only Penn alumnus in the race, despite a sprawling Democratic primary field.
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pa.) addressed a group of Penn Law students Nov. 26 to discuss the ongoing impeachment process of President Donald Trump at an event, titled "Impeachment: An Update from the Hill."
Students, staff members, and the public gathered at Perry World House Saturday for the 2019 Penn Indonesia Conference, which was designed to educate the community about Indonesian culture.
Penn Medicine was recently awarded more than $22 million by the National Institutes of Health to address the national opioid crisis. The money will be used to conduct research on opioid use disorder and other psychiatric disorders at Penn.
College and Wharton junior Brandon Nguyen recently represented his home country of Canada at the United Nations Youth Climate Summit.
Wharton students can now do community service as part of their coursework by taking a new Legal Studies class that examines how businesses can help solve social issues.
For the first time, high school students on summer break this year had the chance to start studying finance at Wharton — beginning at age 15.
Penn Libraries hosted a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon with Black Lunch Table on Friday in an effort to fill in gaps in the online documentation of contemporary artists of color and their work.
The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School was named the country's top full-time MBA program in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking. This is the first time Wharton has held the sole top spot.
At an event hosted by Students Supporting Israel Tuesday night, Israeli Deputy Consul General Israel Nitzan discussed Israel's large global impact and responded to critical questions about how the country is perceived.
Philadelphia was ranked the third best city for women in technology in a 2019 SmartAsset study, an improvement from previous years.
Members of Penn's Annenberg (Lunchtime) Running Group chased down a thief on campus last month, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Feb. 6.
Several students in the Penn Debate Society traveled to South Africa over winter break and took top spots in the World Universities Debating Championship, the largest debate competition in the world.
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