While scientists have previously shown high sugar intake ups a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease, the new study is the first to link sugar consumption to death.
Penn never got things going in a 80-50 loss to Harvard Saturday night.
A new study suggests people who have access to a gun are three times more likely to commit suicide and nearly twice as likely to be murdered.
New research out of Harvard reveals not calling schools off for a snow day might be more detrimental to students than canceling school for the weather.
A lot of research has been done on the effects of too much “screen-time,” but a new study is putting a positive light on tech in terms of learning.
The Penn Quakers have two games left in the season, and despite two-straight losses, they are still alive for a piece of the Ivy League title.
A new book, Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery and the Troubled History of America’s Universities, explores a somewhat shameful topic.
PayScale.com just came out with its rankings of more than 1,000 institutions by average earnings of their graduates.
Massachusetts officials are filing criminal and civil charges against a driver whose bus crashed into a highway overpass in Boston, injuring 35 high school students and chaperones returning to the Philadelphia area from a trip to Harvard University.
To measure the unpredictability of this year’s NCAA Tournament, consider two items that didn’t make this column: Gonzaga, a 32-win team on a 15-game win streak, didn’t survive the first weekend, and Harvard, a 14 seed, won its first ever Tournament game.
The Penn Quakers will be back home this weekend, hosting Dartmouth and Harvard in Ivy League action.
Not many people are as biased as Archie Bunker of TV’s show All in the Family, but a psychologist says he was upfront about it.
Kenyatta Smith posted career highs with 20 points, nine rebounds and a school-record 10 blocked shots as Ivy League leader Harvard cruised to a 73-54 win over Pennsylvania on Friday night.
Only 16% of veterans use the GI Bill to go to private colleges, and they’re rarely accepted at the top schools. One veteran, now enrolled at Brown, is trying to change that.
The revolving door that moves policy makers into academia, and scholars into policy-making positions or projects illustrates a freedom of speech and influence on policy that not all countries allow.