Articles by Amy Kaplan

04/29/19 11:56pm
Many universities chose commencement speakers who are also alumni, including 2002 Princeton graduate Ellie Kemper and 2001 Brown graduate John Krasinski.
04/22/19 8:21pm
The study found that within a 24-hour period, interns spent almost 16 hours on indirect patient care as they worked with electronic medical records and communicated with other clinicians. 
04/15/19 7:23pm
The Pennsylvania Society is a nonpartisan charitable organization that honors an individual's achievements, excellence, leadership, and service with its annual Gold Medal. 
04/08/19 10:55pm
The Penn Book Center will continue to host events in the store until the end of May.
04/08/19 10:24pm
This report follows the ongoing outbreak at Temple in addition to isolated cases at Penn and Drexel. 
04/01/19 8:52pm
Penn, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Brown, and Dartmouth all saw their lowest admission rates in history – with four of the schools dipping below 6 percent.
03/25/19 10:43pm
The reBalance initiative allows customers to pay waste management organizations to have the plastic that they use recycled, in order to prevent plastic from polluting the ocean.
03/12/19 9:36pm
The researchers foundthat bone fractures have increased by 163 percent with patients 65 years or older. 
03/12/19 7:09pm
The researchers found that more than half of the patients studied searched for symptoms and diseases directly related to their emergency room visit.
02/21/19 11:41pm
The new voting machines were met with criticism by people who claim the machines will result in less security.
02/05/19 1:06am
College senior Katherine Sizov, CEO of Strella Biotechnology, won $100,000 on Feb. 1 for her startup technology. 
02/04/19 8:00pm
Philadelphia Council-member Helen Gym proposed the resolution following startling revelations made about Kelly's life in the documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly."
02/01/19 1:17am
Each week, students and professors discuss a different topic connected to cultural diversity, ranging from race, class, and privilege to disability, immigration, and globalization. 
01/23/19 5:41pm
The Online Farmers Market said they tried to choose "more permanent markets that have stood the test of time, and are open to the public almost every day." 
11/29/18 11:25pm
While the club’s official stance on legalization is nonpartisan, the marijuana industry is at an "interesting inflection point" amid shifting legalization policies nationwide.  
11/17/18 6:01pm
Launched by sophomores at Drexel University, the company’s reach has exploded to include 48 markets across the US, and the Philadelphia headquarters is estimated to create 150 full-time jobs for the city.
10/31/18 12:29am
Penn GSE professor and lead author of the study Richard Ingersoll is unsure of the sustainability of the rapid expansion of the teacher workforce. 
10/30/18 11:45pm
While museum tours might mention many objects, a Daily Dig “forces you to focus on something and truly take the time to appreciate it,” Williams said. 
10/14/18 12:53am
The program currently employs four global guides — three from Iraq and one from Syria.
09/24/18 4:51pm
Reviews of the airport are mixed; some are happy with the addition of outlets and iPads, while others continue to lament slow WiFi and long travel times within the airport,.
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