Articles by Olivia Cheng

12/07/18 4:51am
The fellowship will consist of six seminars focusing on the human side of medicine rather than the technical side.
12/05/18 9:25pm
College sophomore Emily Yao, College senior Jake Mattis, and College junior Isabela Salas-Betsch placed a large bag overflowing with fake $100 bills on the Ben Franklin bench near the Compass on Dec. 4. 
12/04/18 3:50pm
Penn's Chabad House hosted the public menorah lighting on Monday, which was kicked off by a Penn Band performance of “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel” and “O Chanukah.”
11/29/18 4:13am
In an op-ed in the New York Times, Bloomberg said college advising should help more students of diverse backgrounds apply to college. He also pushed for colleges to improve financial aid.
11/06/18 3:52am
A handful of Penn professors are taking steps to encourage students to head to the polls.
11/05/18 12:29am
Gritty was not always the unifier he is now recognized to be. Initially, his reveal in front of local children one month ago was met with skepticism, confusion and horror.
10/21/18 11:32pm
Ideas in Motion is a monthly short lecture series and Q&A that takes place while the Annenberg (Lunchtime) Running Club jog together. “It’s like a TED Talk, while running,” the flyers say.
10/17/18 1:26am
This year's flu clinic vaccinated an unprecedented total of about 10,000 people last week compared to last year’s total of 6,400 people. The prior year, 5,420 people were vaccinated. 
10/10/18 3:54am
This year, Penn's annual flu clinic that administers flu vaccines is free for all Penn students, faculty, staff, and post-doctorate students.  
10/04/18 8:11pm
Forbes cited Philadelphia’s convenient location, its affordability, and the fact it has the second largest university population in the U.S. as key factors in the ranking.
09/23/18 11:04pm
For four years, the fellowship will be competitively awarded and will cover one year of tuition, living stipend, and education-related expenses.
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