Q&A on dietary salt: too little can be bad, but you still eat too much.[...]
Great day for Penn women’s athletics.[...]
Rugby team earns invitation to USA Sevens Collegiate Rugby Championship.[...]
From April 8 to June 9[...]
Window, July|Aug 2013[...]
Penn has a longstanding commitment to global engagement, dating all the way back to Ben Franklin. [...]
Lots of aid projects in the developing world provide materials—from latrines to laptops—but little in the way of involvement or input for the people they are supposed to benefit. In Nicaragua a group of Penn alumni, faculty, and students are trying a different approach.[...]
Alumnus Michael Burke’s life reads like an adventure story— several of them, actually. [...]
How the Penn alumnus behind Humanistic Robotics, Inc. is saving the world one landmine at a time—and making money doing it.[...]
Showtime CEO Matt Blank has used boundary-pushing programming, cutting-edge marketing, and smart management to build his cable network into a national powerhouse. [...]
IUR hosts path-breaking “Feeding Cities” Conference.[...]
Admit rate lowest ever; costs up 3.9 percent for 2013-14.[...]
Inviting Controversy: Richard Dawkins at the Penn Museum.[...]
Lectures by the slice, second, and more.[...]
Q&A with new Arts & Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty.[...]
Joe Biden to speak at Commencement.[...]
New Health System policy: No smokers need apply.[...]
Q&A | After 10 years, genetic medicine mostly a “desert.” [...]
Take Back the Night’s emotional kaleidoscope.[...]
$25 million for Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics.[...]