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More people. Countless opportunities. Better connection.

When he considers that he’s one of more than 34,000 undergraduate students at Purdue, Mitchell Demerly sees innumerable opportunities for friendships, connections...

Difficult Decisions 101: Balancing hands-on learning and safety

While new University of Michigan COVID guidelines are requiring most undergraduates to study from their homes for the winter semester, some classes—classes...

Career Services helps students during the pandemic: ‘We’re all in this together’

What’s going to happen to my summer internship? Are employers still hiring? If I received a job offer before the pandemic,...

An online celebration to mark a very special day

Penn will host an online University-wide graduation event at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 18. In-person ceremonies for Penn’s 264th Commencement will...
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Tools for teachers: How to lead conversations about tough topics

For the second summer in a row, emerging teachers at Penn GSE spent a week learning how to lead tough conversations about...

BBC: The ancient French town of floating gardens

Carved out of the River Somme's marshy hinterland, the Hortillonnages is made up of 110km of slender canals that have led Amiens...

Study: Holocaust Museum motivates visitors to create social change

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — “Dark tourism” experiences – sites and museums associated with violence, tragedy and war – draw millions of travelers each...

NPR: How climate change drives inland floods

Climate change means more flood risk across the United States. That includes places far from the ocean and sometimes far from rivers and...