A group of Latinx health care providers is applying for city funding to hold vaccination drives to decrease ethnic disparities in vaccine distribution in Philadelphia.
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Journalists and media experts discussed the challenges confronting newsrooms across the country at a Penn event on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania’s 2022 primary election, currently scheduled for May 17, could be postponed due to a delay in the United States Census Bureau's redistricting data reaching the states.
After more than a decade out of print, two students are relaunching Quake Magazine, Penn's only sex and sexuality publication.
Two Penn students have taken a gap semester to develop a dating app after their project went viral on TikTok, attracting investors.
Students and faculty gathered at Van Pelt Library Thursday Night to celebrate the release of artist and storyteller Ashley Bryan's World War II picture book memoir “Infinite Hope” and Penn Libraries' acquisition of his archives.
Penn is offering a new introductory digital humanities course to give students a different path to pursue a minor in the subject.
Chris McCarthy, 2003 Wharton MBA graduate and President of MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo, was recently named president of four additional TV networks in the new ViacomCBS conglomerate, Billboard reported.
Pennsylvania youth have the ninth-highest obesity rate in the United States, according to a recent report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Nearly a dozen activists, academics, and professionals joined a panel on Tuesday evening to discuss the political and social consequences of climate change.
School of Nursing professor and nurse-bioethicist Connie Ulrich is calling for more research to be done to find a solution for moral distress among health care professionals.