While standing at the nursing station, Perelman School of Medicine student Daniel O’Connor listened as professor in dermatology and internal medicine Misha Rosenbach consulted with a sarcoidosis patient. When Rosenbach suggested that there should be an app for patients with this disease, O’Connor, an experienced coder, said, “I can help!”
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A batch of cookies set off a kitchen fire alarm in the Mask and Wig hall of Riepe College House, prompting an immediate evacuation of all Riepe residents around 9:56 p.m. on Sunday night during the Super Bowl football game.
A representative for Penn's College Republicans criticized the administration at the University Council meeting in Houston Hall today, voicing frustration with the top-down critique of Trump's controversial immigration executive order from the administration and the selection of Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), a vocal critic of Trump, as this year's commencement speaker.
The Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists made the obvious choice when trying to decide how to increase public awareness for certified registered nurse anesthetists: a selfie contest.
The DataRefuge team protecting climate data during Trump's term has no plans to end their activities
Since the successful turnout for DataRefuge’s project DataRescue Philly on Jan. 10, the group is planning on developing more partnerships and hosting other events.
Penn has peer advising programs across schools meant to connect freshmen with upperclassmen, but the degree to which these programs are used varies widely.
Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire challenged expectations of liberal arts colleges by cutting the English and philosophy major programs.
Workers will begin construction on Van Pelt Library next week to create the Moelis Grand Reading Room — a space opposite Weigle Information Commons in both location and philosophy.
Lucy and Seth Holcombe put in their will that once they died, they wanted part of their savings to go towards establishing an equine professorship in honor of Harry Werner, a 1974 School of Veterinary Medicine graduate. Werner currently runs an independent equine veterinary practice, and was a close friend who cared for their horses.
Residents of Hanover, N.H. are engaged in a battle with Dartmouth University about the carcasses of lab mice and other experimental materials that were eliminated in the 1960s and 1970s, as reported by the in the 1960s and 1970s, as reported by the Associated Press. The property used to be a dumping ground for waste from experiments that traced how radioactive compounds traveled through life systems.
When the time came for Penn’s Program in the Environmental Humanities to meet and decide what project it wanted devote its resources to in upcoming year, the decision was unanimous. After the election of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump, its choice was easy: the DataRefuge project.
Penn English professor and Department Chair Jed Esty was surprised to find a large portrait of William Shakespeare waiting in his office.
Even though Camp Kesem only lasts one week, it has a year-round impact.
Penn students have many concerns about election night — one of which is whether to bring popcorn.
Every morning at 6:45 a.m., while most students are dead asleep, Engineering sophomore Johnny Forde is preparing for his daily run before class. On Nov. 20, he and other Penn students will be participating in the Philadelphia Marathon.