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Roberto Lugo brings street graffiti and portraiture to the Arthur Ross Gallery

Artist Roberto Lugo grew up in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. His father, a factory worker, would ride his bike across the Benjamin Franklin...

New ways to reduce waste on campus

During the pandemic, sustainability has sometimes taken a back seat to public health, with disposable masks and gloves, plastic packaging, single-use food...

Building (and hiring) for the future at Penn Medicine’s new Pavilion

With 17 stories, 504 patient rooms, and 47 operating rooms, Penn Medicine’s new 1.5 million-square-foot Pavilion is equipped to define the future of medicine.

What do variants and vaccines mean for COVID-19’s ‘new normal’?

The first of this fall’s Perry World House ‘The World Today’ series featured a conversation on the future of the pandemic with...

Field hockey team to take field for first time since 2019

“It feels good to be coaching,” she says. “It feels good to be building those relationships and the rapport with the players...

A joyous Move-In at Penn

Dozens of Penn’s freshman students, and their families and friends, gather outside of Lauder College House and Hill College House on Woodland Walk, breaking from a...

‘Of the moment’

This year alone four museums and two galleries are featuring work by artist and Professor David Hartt, including currently at the Philadelphia...

Assessing the effectiveness of international organizations

When it comes to assessing how international organizations operate, the standard of measurement for them is remarkably less complicated than the organizations...

Is deflection a good business tactic?

Wharton’s Maurice Schweitzer is the co-author of the first study to examine the costs and benefits of answering a question with a...

Penn researchers unlock genetic ‘treasure map’ for chronic kidney disease

The genome-wide association study pinpoints new target genes, cell types, and mechanisms for treating the disease that affects 850 people million worldwide.

Packaging-free design quadruples microbatteries’ energy density

With wireless-enabled electronics becoming smaller and more ubiquitous, their designers must constantly find ways for batteries to store more power in less...

African American in the ‘raceless’ Soviet Union

History Ph.D. candidate Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon’sinterest in all things Russian started with a childhood illness. It forced her to stay home from fifth...

Anouncement

Urbana Park District hiring head coach and assistant coach for Tiger Sharks swim team!

Urbana Park District is hiring one head coach and an assistant coach for the year-round Tiger Shark swim team. The...

[Champaign] Halloween Masquerade Car Parade and Trunk or Treat on October 27!

We're excited to join with Champaign Park District and Marketplace Mall for this new event. The Halloween Masquerade Car Parade and Trunk...

It’s the Great C-U Pumpkin Hunt, 2021!

ALL OCTOBER You can hunt for pumpkins all over Champaign and Urbana this October during the Great Pumpkin Hunt.

[Champaign] Police Search For Killer Of Champaign Teenager

CHAMPAIGN – Police in Champaign are still searching for the person who shot and killed a Centennial High School student.