For anyone, sticking to an eating regimen that meets the proper nutritional requirements is a tough proposition. Add in the time and cost constraints of being a collegiate athlete and doing so only becomes more challenging.
It’s important that we discuss the reality of eating disorders during quarantine, along with specific, concrete approaches to best support our loved ones. Here are seven tips.
Police Free Penn seeks to reimagine police-free strategies to ensure community safety and well-being, and demands that the University reinvest in community-controlled funds, particularly in West Philadelphia.
As Penn prepares to help international students fulfill all of the necessary guidelines to maintain valid immigration status, some faculty are now taking it upon themselves to offer in-person courses.
Penn record-holder Lee will not only compete as an athlete at Duke, but he will also grow his foundation in medicine.
Some graduate students who are currently weighing whether to teach courses in person this fall expressed confusion and frustration over the lack of support for graduate and professional students in Penn's fall 2020 plan.
In a June 29 email to Student Activities Council groups, OSA Associate Director of Activities Rodney Robinson announced that SAC-funded student groups may donate their unused revenue to charities.
1997 College graduate and two-term New Jersey Representative Josh Gottheimer will be the Democratic nominee in New Jersey's fifth district, after 2005 Perelman School of Medicine graduate and Glen Rock councilwoman Arati Kreibich conceded the race on Wednesday.
The paper found that wide-spread influenza vaccination would be an effective life-preserving investment, based on current projections for COVID-19 mitigation costs.
Nurtured in Nature is a four-week intervention program for women ages 18 and older who had just had a baby and who lived in predominantly Black neighborhoods in Philadelphia.
Wharton's fall classes enrolling more than 48 students will be conducted online, with classes of fewer than 48 students potentially offered in a hybrid format.
The Big Green join a growing list of Penn’s peers, including Brown and Stanford, that have cut varsity sports in recent times due to revenue lost from the coronavirus pandemic.
Penn needs to be clear about which criteria it will use to reassess the viability of its hybrid model leading up to and beyond the start of fall semester.
While Ivy League universities boast their students as the nation's most accomplished, public universities are actually accomplishing much more in terms of achieving equity.
To effectively combat the spread of coronavirus, the other NCAA Division I conferences throughout the country should join the Ivy League in canceling fall college sports.
When the University does not pay for the services and environment that make its work possible, other Philadelphians are left to make up the difference — or, city schools and other institutions simply go without.
According to an email sent to the DP on Wednesday afternoon, Penn will file an amicus brief in today's lawsuit brought by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology against new ICE restrictions barring many international students from studying in the U.S. this fall.
The Ivy League announced that it will not have fall sports, becoming the first Division I conference to make such a decision.
In her book 'Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,' Mary Trump details how Donald Trump created a toxic family dynamic, accusing him of being a "sociopath."
ALICE ZHAO is a rising junior in the college majoring in PPE and minoring in Art History from Beijing, China.