Say What? Biden, Trump To Attend Same Event In PhiladelphiaVice President Joe Biden and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be in Philadelphia for the same function later this month -- but it's not a political event.
Alarming Findings Show Suicide Rates Continue To SoarSuicide rates in the United States are at a 30 year high, according to a new government report.
Author Shares The Story Of His Attempted SuicideKevin Hines discussed his book, Cracked, Not Broken: Surviving And Thriving After A Suicide Attempt, with Rich Zeoli.
Students And Scientists Trade Places In UPenn Science FairThe University of Pennsylvania held a neuro-science fair, where brainiacs got to show off their stuff, and have it was judged by elementary students.
'The Daily Show With Trevor Noah' Will Broadcast From UPenn For DNCComedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will be broadcasting right from the Annenberg Center’s Zellerbach Theatre on Penn's Campus
Top Spots To See Spring Flowers In PhiladelphiaSpring is in the air here in Philadelphia and with that comes colorful blooms only seen this time of year.
New Technology Uses 3-D Models To Help Save the Lives of Man's Best FriendOn the CBS3 Health Watch, a break thru 3-dimensional technology that’s used to save the life of man’s best friend.
Penn Med School Has Special Link To Returning AstronautSome of those in closest contact with Scott Kelly are local researchers.
Penn Readies For Final Home Weekend Of SeasonThe University of Pennsylvania men's basketball team will play its final two home games of the season this weekend as they welcome Cornell to the Palestra on Friday night and host Columbia on Saturday night.
UPenn Newspaper Video Sparks Controversy Between Cruz, RubioPresidential candidate Ted Cruz's communications director's resignation Monday was sparked by a video posted online by the University of Pennsylvania's student newspaper.
Demolition Next Door Puts Penn Museum On Shaky GroundThe museum is part of the University of Pennsylvania, which has been dismantling a nearby 850-car parking garage and 23-story medical office tower to make room for a new hospital pavilion.
Study Explores How Black Men Find Success In CollegeFor black students — especially men — at many mainstream colleges, racial slights and other negative interactions can push them to transfer or even drop out. A new study in the Harvard Educational Review is highlighting how some black male college students are overcoming those challenges.

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