Articles by Felix Li
Penn Labs and UA launch new website to combat competitive club cultureThe app was initially envisioned by Wharton junior and UA Wharton representative John Casey, who was motivated by his own experiences to improve the club recruitment process.
Penn Medicine treats patients in first human CRISPR trial in the U.S.The treatments were part of a clinical study at the Abramson Cancer Center applying CRISPR to cancer immunotherapy.
Snort! Oink! Rescue pigs lounge on Locust for Wharton class projectThe project was a part of MGMT 203's “Swag Day,” in which teams of students have to bring in an item or experience they obtained for free.
At Penn's second annual M&T summit, students and alumni explore 'disruptive technologies'The summit is designed to bring together M&T students, faculty, and alumni, giving current students an opportunity to learn from and network with alumni.
Israeli leader Tzipi Livni proposes vision for Israeli-Palestinian peace at Hillel eventThroughout the talk, Livni stressed the importance of maintaining Israel’s identity as a Jewish state while preserving democratic rights of non-Jewish minorities.
Students praise financial literacy course taught by NFL player Brandon CopelandStudents currently enrolled said they appreciate the class for its practical life lessons and pragmatic approach to personal finance.
Researchers at Penn find link between sugar and cell communicationThe findings have important applications for designing cellular devices in cell biology and nanomedicine.
Meet the Penn Med students who grow flytraps and orchids for the Philadelphia Flower ShowZhang, a third-year M.D./Ph.D student, and Santucci, a second-year medical student, have been growing and submitting their plants to the Philadelphia Flower Show for the past three years.
Photo Essay | Penn Museum's new Egyptian exhibit preserves mummies and rare artifactsThe three-part exhibit, titled “Ancient Egypt: From Discovery and Display," features over 200 artifacts, many of which have have never been on display before.
Penn research shows promising signs that an FDA-approved drug could stop spread of cancerOriginally created nearly 65 years ago to control blood pressure, reserpine now shows promising signs that it might be able to stop the spread of cancer.