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Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Here he is being presented a replica Liberty Bell by Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander, one of the first African-American women to receive a PhD in the U.S., and Terry C. Chisholm, the executive director of Philadelphia's Commission on Human Relations, at the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL.
Work headed by George Cotsarelis of Penn Medicine uncovered a way to avoid the growth of scar tissue in humans, by transforming wound-healing cells into fat cells.

Using Fat to Help Wounds Heal Without Scars – PR News

On Penn Law's “Case in Point,” David Rudovsky explored the prospects for social justice, civil rights and prison reforms under the new White House administration.

A new era for civil rights reform?

Engineering junior Cody Clouser from Berwyn, Pa., began curling at age 3 and continues with the long-standing family tradition as president of the club at Penn.

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In case you missed it, Vice President Biden acknowledged President Amy Gutmann as he accepted the Presidential Medal of Freedom yesterday.
In a Forbes.com Q&A, Penn Arts & Sciences' Angela Duckworth discussed what’s important for success: passion, honoring commitments, owning our struggles.

Angela Duckworth: "A Passion Is Developed More Than It Is Discovered"

As the 18th Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor, Jay Gottfried will hold joint faculty appointments at Penn Medicine and Penn Arts & Sciences.

Jay Gottfried Appointed Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor

For the 22nd year, the African-American Resource Center has organized events linked to Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and to community engagement.

Penn Presents Annual Symposium on Social Change Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Founder Ben Franklin outlined plans for an on-campus wrestling facility in his original proposal for a university. The sport is alive and well today at Penn.

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Wrestling at Penn, 2017

Four hundred years after the death of dramatist William Shakespeare, enduring questions remain about whether the Bard of Avon had an uncredited co-writer on some of his world-famous plays.

A team of Penn researchers has found an answer—in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, of all places.
The new Digital Penn Museum offers guests a way to personalize how they explore the collections. Exhibitions, lectures and films are just a click and a scroll away.

Digital Collections - Penn Museum

Ten student-athletes with GPAs of 3.0 or higher from each of the eight Ivy League schools have been named fall Academic All-Ivy. Penn’s honorees come from seven states.

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Ten Named Academic All-Ivy For Fall Season | PENN Quakers News

A study led by Haim Bau of Penn Engineering investigated how nematodes, animals used in biological research, move through water, which has implications in genetic analysis.

Penn Researchers Shed Light on the Roundworm’s Curious Swimming Behavior

Tala Al Jabri came to The Wharton School as an MBA student to get the tools to make an impact in Saudi Arabia, her home country, and open up the finance industry to women.

MBA Student Aims to Open Financial Opportunities in the Middle East - MBA Program

In a Huffington Post op-ed on election hacking, Kevin Platt of Penn Arts & Sciences writes that, for the Kremlin, “conspiracy is as important in theory as it is in practice.”

It's Time To Get Russia's Strategy Straight

A paper by Virgil Percec, postdoc Qi Xiao and recent graduate Sam Sherman of Penn Arts & Sciences shows that some cells may adopt a complex architecture for protection.

Penn Researchers Show That Cubic Membranes Might Provide Defense of Sick Cells

As part of a traveling event series in major cities, Penn students are talking about how their experiences at the University have empowered them and shaped their futures.

Our Penn Takes the West Coast | PennGiving

Wharton sophomore Carolina Zuluaga from Englewood, N.J., has enjoyed exchanging different views in the Civic Scholars Program, through which she mentored a high schooler.

Civic House at the University of Pennsylvania

She’s imagined herself as a doctor for a decade. Now junior Arabella Uhry of New York City has also turned her focus to the financial side of the health-care system.

Penn Student-Athlete Arabella Uhry Explores the Financial Side of Health Care

"We're here to make lifelong relationships."

Earlier this week, the men's basketball team made its annual trip to the Hope Lodge -- a home away from home operated by the American Cancer Society which "offers cancer patients and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city."

Members of the team share why this trip is important to...
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