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Amy Gutmann’s lifelong dedication to the transformative power of education is captured in a favorite riddle. “What’s the difference between a scrap...

From 2,800-year-old charred food lumps, a window into past civilizations

At a site in southern India, archaeologist Kathleen Morrison and colleagues discovered the remains of two types of dough, offering insights into...

The ‘music’ of one poet’s words, translated

With help from her daughter, scholar Huda Fakhreddine published an English version of 30 poems for children written by her father in...

Want to reduce political polarization? Start by looking beyond politics

New research from PIK University Professor Duncan Watts sheds light on how even hardliners can be swayed when coming in contact with...

Mentor support for the first-generation college experience

Three decades apart, a Penn alumna and a current senior find a common bond in their rural backgrounds and first-generation, highly aided...

In Wordle, a case for ‘pure’ play

In a Q&A with Penn Today, Cait Lamberton of the Wharton School discusses some possible reasons for Wordle’s popularity.

Landmark gift endows Penn Integrates Knowledge Professorship in honor of Amy Gutmann

A $5 million commitment from James S. and Gail Petty Riepe will endow a new PIK Professorship in recognition of Dr. Gutmann’s...

Dingle, Slajchert pick up weekly Ivy honors

Sophomore guard Jordan Dingle dropped 31 points in the men’s basketball team’s 76-68 victory over Yale on Saturday at the Palestra, and sophomore guard Clark Slajchert added 13—including...

First-in-human trial with CAR macrophages shows promise targeting solid tumors

Preliminary findings from Penn Medicine in an ongoing first-in-human clinical trial examining the safety, tolerability and feasibility of chimeric antigen receptor macrophage...

Revealing the mysterious biology of a fundamental process: reproduction

New findings from the lab of P. Jeremy Wang in the School of Veterinary Medicine shed light on the cell division process...

A structural blueprint of nanoparticles to target acute lung inflammation

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the devastating impact of acute lung inflammation (ALI), which is part of the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)...

Manning the middle with Brian O’Neill

As the college football season comes to a close, the fifth-year senior discusses his career as a Quaker, takeaways from Penn’s season,...

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[Urbana] Outdoor Free Fitness in the Park

Are you looking for ways to stay fit and active this summer? Check out our FREE outdoor fitness programs that you can enjoy all...

[Urbana] Crystal Lake Park Art Fair

Saturday August 6, 10 am - 4 pmBetween Crystal Lake Park Family Aquatic Center and Anita Purves Nature Center (1505 N Broadway)

[Champaign] TOAST TO TAYLOR STREET

Shop local makers and artists, experience live music and entertainment, and grab some of the best food and drinks that Champaign has...