How the hippocampus distinguishes true and false memories
Researchers in the School of Arts & Sciences have shown for the first time that electrical signals in the hippocampus differ immediately before recollection of true and false memories.
Deans of health schools discuss climate change in their fields
Deans and leaders from the schools of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nursing, and Social Policy & Practice discussed climate and health at a Climate Week event.
A positive worldview is less associated with privilege than expected
A new study from The Primals Project shows that counter to public perception, positive beliefs about the world are a poor indicator of a person’s background.
Social ecology and community work in the Galápagos
Undergraduate and graduate students spent two months on San Cristóbal Island this summer, doing research on antibacterial resistance, vectors of disease, climate change adaptation, and the impact of climate change on mental health.
An introduction to undergraduate and graduate student resources
The New Student Resources Fair and Campus Express Center, hosted at Houston Hall, welcomed Penn’s newest undergraduate and graduate students with a one-stop-shop on vital information.
Who, What, Why: Jimil Ataman on the politics and contradictions of slow fashion
The anthropology Ph.D. candidate discusses what she has learned following slow fashion creators and consumers on Instagram and in the Pacific Northwest.
What every first-year needs to know: Student tour guides offer tips, advice
A half-dozen student tour guides share a few things they wish they’d known as they started at Penn.
How has Netflix changed in Mexico over the past decade?
Undergraduates Miraya Gesheva and Teia Hudson spent the summer working with Juan Llamas-Rodriguez to look at how streaming in Mexico has changed during the past 10 years.