Articles by Simona Vigodner

03/15/19 4:59am
College senior Sabrina Qiao was chosen to complete the nine-day writer’s residency hosted by English professor Buzz Bissinger and his wife Lisa Smith at their home in the Pacific Northwest.
02/27/19 10:39pm
The policy gives refined definitions to student-teacher relationships and the regulations set on various types of relationships. 
02/13/19 3:00am
The plan will focus on four key strategies called "Diagnose, Treat, Protect, and Respond" and will also fund both new and existing programs.
01/30/19 11:12pm
LPS alumnus Dillon Heffernan created the map to help track crime using information from police reports and social media. 
01/22/19 4:45am
This year, RealArts@Penn is offering 24 internships in industries such as publishing, television, and museum administration. 
01/22/19 2:13am
Activities included creating bags of toiletries for women in local shelters and working with Helping Hands to create gifts for West Philadelphia residents.
11/29/18 4:11am
This is only the second time the application-based course is available for undergraduate students. It was originally an MBA-level course that would visit companies like Starbucks, Costco, and Amazon.
11/26/18 1:39am
Some Wharton professors say the student debt crisis is one factor changing the timing of major life events, like delaying marriage and childbearing.
11/13/18 11:15pm
This study, which examined social media usage of 143 Penn undergraduate students, was the first to find conclusive evidence suggesting a causal relationship between social media usage and well-being. 
11/04/18 11:23pm
With midterm elections only days away, the volunteers are assisting patients in filling out emergency absentee ballots. 
10/21/18 10:06pm
The event's speakers included CEO of MaxTech Networks Uzi Hanuni, who talked about how the communications technology designed by his company played a role in the dramatic Thai cave rescue this summer. 
10/15/18 12:35am
In May this year, Penn's official letterpress and book arts studio welcomed its first full-time studio manager, Mary Tasillo, as part of several new initiatives to expand the Press' reach on campus.
09/30/18 8:44pm
Among the highest ranking cities, New York topped WalletHub’s list in first place. Seattle—the headquarters of coffee giant Starbucks—came in second, followed by San Francisco.  
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