Jeffrey Johnson has been fortunate to receive many educational opportunities, starting in elementary school and through high school and college. Now, he’s working to help give other young children a chance to learn as he did, inside and outside the classroom.
PHILADELPHIA –- At the seven University of Pennsylvania polling places where many Penn students voted in yesterday’s presidential election, the clear winner was President Obama.
The margin was 2,844 votes, or 79 percent, for Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden and 746 votes, or 21 percent, for Mitt Romney and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan.
Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety is quoted about Penn’s Crisis Management Team response to Hurricane Sandy.
University of Pennsylvania women’s volleyball coach Kerry Carr can draw from personal experience when she instructs her team on playing the game or when guiding students in handling school or life issues.
As a volleyball star for the College of William and Mary in 1987-90, Carr has traveled a similar road as the women on the Quaker team.
PHILADELPHIA – Managing a budget, balancing a checking account and paying bills on time are among the financial responsibilities adults must juggle. They are also tasks many young people don’t take on until they go to college and, if the students are ill prepared, they can get them into hot water.
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