Penn professor has designed an online game to figure out how groups of disparate people come to agree on something.
Penn State University trustees have called off a Friday meeting at which they were expected to vote on a new president.
“We thought this would be the appropriate way for us to affirm that God’s love extends to people of all gender and sexual preferences,” says David W. Brown, an associate minister at Arch Street United Methodist Church.
The crowning touch on many Halloween displays is the dry ice “smoke” that billows from pumpkins and doorways. But dry ice can be hazardous.
Moore College of Art alumna Dominique Streater is this season’s winner of the design show, “Project Runway,” and the whole school feels victorious.
Jay, his wife, and their baby receive $180 per month in “SNAP” benefits, but that is about to drop to $150 per month.
What do you call the region we live in? A local businessman hopes it isn’t “The Delaware Valley,” and he wants to put “Philadelphia” back at the center of the metropolitan area.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania hosted a reunion today, for the tiniest patients it treats. Children who graduated from the Intensive Care Nursery were welcomed back, along with their parents, of course.
Pennsylvania Medical Society president Dr. Bruce MacLeod says gun violence should be studied the same way doctors study diabetes and heart disease.
Tea and cookies and…death. It may seem an odd combination but that’s what’s on the menu for Saturday, November 2nd, when the third Philadelphia area Death Cafe convenes at St. Peter’s Church in Glenside.
Tenants were drawn to Viking Mill by low rent and freedom to design their own space.
Sen. Casey emphasized that sequestration cuts not only hurt patients but also have a negative impact on the overall economy.
Dr. Aaron Beck is considered the father of “cognitive therapy,” the widely used treatment for a range of illnesses, including depression and addiction.
In an e-mail, the governor’s office said it submitted a formal withdrawal to the New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday morning.
A number of groups are actively opposing recognition for the same sex marriages being performed.