Articles by Amanda O'Brien

08/21/19 1:39pm
The current lineup of transformative projects includes two new Wharton buildings, a Penn Medicine facility, and a new dormitory as well as numerous renovations.
04/24/19 11:26pm
At Penn's vigil for Sri Lanka on Wednesday, organizers provided thoughtful and encouraging words for those grieving the tragedy.
04/16/19 10:02pm
In response to the petition, a University representative said Penn's current contributions are sufficient in helping the city and will not participate in PILOTs.
04/03/19 8:46pm
Temple plans to have the new policy instituted by July 1, with full implementation at the start of the school year in September 2019.     
03/31/19 1:36pm
Addressing a crowd of 300 students and community members in Meyerson Hall, Smith shared anecdotes and read various poems to highlight the importance of poetry in current discourse. 
03/20/19 8:04pm
The Wharton School was ranked as the country's top full-time MBA program, rising from third place last year.
03/13/19 10:25pm
The event drew about 60 data analysts of all experience levels who worked in small groups to create projects based on art exhibit data.
02/20/19 10:25pm
The club, founded in fall 2018 by College sophomore Peter Ma, aims “to capture the voice and spirit of our country's Veterans" by publishing stories based on their personal accounts.
02/18/19 10:48pm
Blume was a member of Penn's faculty for 44 years until his retirement in 2011.
02/07/19 12:57am
"A Conversation on Navigating Identity and Belonging" was hosted by Interfaith Philadelphia in partnership with Penn GSE and Penn's Spiritual and Religious Life Center.
02/01/19 12:48am
Former employees of Wynn Resorts said when they came forward with complaints against Wynn, executives did not follow proper procedures for reporting and investigating them.
01/21/19 1:23am
The Jan. 18 event commemorates 400 years since the first Africans were sold as enslaved people in North America. 
11/30/18 8:52pm
“I wanted to be part of the celebration of the history of the college house,” Engineering freshman Ralph Tamakloe said. “It’s the 30th anniversary of the old yearbook, which is why we want to make this.”
11/19/18 5:53pm
The bond will be used to support infrastructure improvements throughout Philadelphia, including street repavement, maintenance of the Schuylkill River, and various improvements to Penn’s Landing.
11/04/18 9:44pm
Although CAR-T cells have been revolutionized the treatment of leukemia and bone marrow cancers, researchers have not yet had the same success in treating solid tumors like lung cancer.  
10/30/18 10:49pm
Launched for the first time this year, the Trans Literacy Project is designed to involve and engage members across disciplines and communities.
10/12/18 2:36am
One of Rothman's studies from 2013 found that one third of teenagers in the sample had consumed pornography to learn about sex. 
10/01/18 5:53pm
With $2.5 million from the National Institute of Health, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania joins a research study involving advanced genetic testing. 
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