The Penn Quakers are down in Tennessee for a tough road match-up Monday night with the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Women with early stage breast cancer are getting unnecessarily long radiation treatments according to a new study released Wednesday from Penn Medicine.
Thousands of medical students across the country took part in a national “die-in” to publicly protest recent grand jury decisions in Staten Island, New York and Ferguson, Missouri.
Furthermore, toy-related injuries as a whole are up 39.9% from 1990.
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports Penn’s Amy Gutmann made $2.5 million in 2012, ranking her fourth behind counterparts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Quinnipiac and Columbia.
The Arboretum’s holiday railway – with its fifteen rail lines – will be choo-chooing through seven loops and over nine bridges through January 4th.
One local expert suggests it’s not just the turkey that produces that feeling of tiredness.
For the final time on Saturday, Penn’s Al Bagnoli will lead the Quakers out on the field for a game at Franklin Field.
Aptly-named “Wasting time on the Internet,” the real-life course will be offered by the Ivy League school’s English department during the upcoming spring 2015 semester.
New statistics indicate many of the region’s richest Americans graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.
The research was conducted by Penn’s Annenberg Public Policy Center and published in the journal Pediatrics.
Dr. Patricia Henwood is packing her bags. On Thursday, she’ll board a plane bound for Liberia.
That’s the takeaway from a new report published by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
With Halloween right around the corner, animal experts say it takes planning to keep your pets out of scary situations.
On Saturday, the Penn Quakers visit a Fordham team that is ranked as high as 14th in the country in FCS