The Wistar Institute and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia have joined forces to offer a unique graduate experience in the field of cancer biology and drug development.
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The Philadelphia Police Department’s Southwest Division has launched an anti-burglary program in four local districts, including Penn’s.
There is new insight and hope for cancer patients due to therapies based on an individual’s personal genes.
Since 2010, participation at Relay for Life has dropped by almost 50 percent.
The Asian proverb goes, “the loudest duck gets shot.” In America, it’s “the squeaky wheel gets the grease.”
When comedian Gina Brillon saw that maduros, or fried sweet plantains, were being served at Noche de Risas, she seized the opportunity to humorously categorize her fellow Latinos. “We fry everything. We even fry bananas,” she said.
Dan Savage wisely interspersed witty remarks and anecdotes, causing the crowd to burst into laughter just when so many suicide stories had the audience somber.
William C. Rhoden is the only black sports reporter in his newsroom, and he is intent on bringing the plight of the black athlete to the forefront of the industry.
Perhaps it was fitting that a Year of Water event was moved indoors Saturday due to rain.
The constant controversy surrounding its political environment notwithstanding, Israel remains at the forefront of the movement to electrify the automobile industry.
One might not expect that an event on the tensions of discrimination toward homosexual and transgender individuals is accompanied by hearty laughter from the audience throughout, but such was the mood on Wednesday night.
For nearly a decade, a group of students and faculty have brought diverse campus talent up on stage before their peers.
“I knew women had qualms about their bodies,” former model and motivational speaker Stacy Nadeau told Penn students Tuesday. “I just never realized how deep it goes and how scary it can be.”