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Frontiers Student Stories
Two student researchers team with their professor to create a program that could help diagnose cognitive impairment.
Antoinette Zoumanigui, C’17, investigates the phenomenon and starts a nonprofit to help the children impacted.
Osman Balkan, GR’16, studies the clash between immigrants’ traditional burial rites and state policy.
Local students visit campus to "judge" hands-on science activities developed by Penn students.
Text by Blake Cole / Event photos by Brooke Sietinsons
Ph.D. candidate Helena de Llanos’ dissertation jumps from the page to the screen.
Text by Susan Ahlborn / Video by Brooke Sietinsons
Student-run magazine features original translations of poetry and essays about translation, culture, and bilingualism.
Filmed & Edited by Alex Schein / Interviews by Susan Ahlborn
Two college seniors are headed for Oxford University after graduation.
Doctoral candidates Roksana Filipowska and Maria Murphy create a series of workshops that explore sound technologies and their impact on our daily lives.
Story by Jane Carroll / Video by Brooke Sietinsons
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