A clinical research trial on three patients at the University of Pennsylvania has yielded what appears to be one of the greatest advances in cancer research in decades.
Finding a New Home Across the Pond
Student Gains Fond Memories While Studying Abroad in Rome
My first trip out of the country was when I was seven-years old. My family and I traveled to a small town in southern Italy where my family is from for my cousin’s wedding.
A To-Do List for Your First Month Back at School
Returning to school, whether as a senior or freshman, can be intimidating. As an upper classman, classes can increase in difficulty with class workloads becoming more stressful.
You Know it’s Time for School When…
You know it’s time to go back to school when your smart phone is ready to blow up with University emails regarding parking lot closures and weather alerts. Nothing like 15 school emails in a day to make you want to reactivate your old flip phone. But who doesn’t love that email that comes straight to your Blackberry from the professor who cancelled your 8:30 am class? It’s like waking up to a tree full of presents on Christmas morning.
The Emergence of Gene Therapy
At the start of 21st century, gene therapy was introduced as the new way to treat immune system deficiency. During this time, heads turned among the scientific population as gene therapy was marketed as a cure for hereditary diseases.
How to Keep Your Wallet Full at the Bookstore
Affordabook.com Offers a Free Service of Price Comparisons
When returning to the University, did you walk into the bookstore and all of a sudden you had a killer migraine caused by the high prices of textbooks? Yep, that’s a pretty common phenomenon among college students.
Dr. Kevin Dooley Takes the Honors School Under His Wing
Alum and Current Professor Looks Forward to Expanding the Program
When Dr. William Mitchell of the Anthropology department stepped down as Honors school Dean in the spring, Honors school staff and students alike were a little nervous about who would be able to step in and continue to change the program for the better.