The Annenberg Public Policy Center has partnered with Penn’s Center for Public Health Initiatives to create a COVID-19 Treatment and Prevention guide which aims to mitigate the spread of virus misinformation.
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Penn's Way, a workplace charitable giving campaign, aims to collect $1.6 million in donations.
The National Panhellenic Conference delayed a vote on whether the organization should change its definition of women to be more inclusive of nonbinary members.
Brown University will return to in-person learning for the upcoming fall semester.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City will switch to administering the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in April.
The School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science are partnering to open a new center specializing in soft and living matter research.
Penn Medicine officials announced an anti-racism program designed to end structural racism in the Penn healthcare system.
Philadelphia restaurants will be able to increase their indoor dining to 50% capacity beginning on Friday.
Penn's COVID-19 cases among undergraduates increased from 55 to 111 in the last week of January.
Penn performed nearly twice the number of tests than it did last week, resulting in more than double the number of students in quarantine.
Penn maintained a COVID-19 positivity rate of 1% for the week of Jan. 10 to Jan. 16 as thousands of students arrived in Philadelphia.
Money.com has ranked Penn's undergraduate business program the fourth best in the United States.
LendEDU, a website that focuses on helping consumers make financial decisions, ranked Penn as the 99th best college in the United States for financial aid in 2020.
Researchers at Penn Medicine — in collaboration with 11 other research centers — received a $17.8 million grant to study how artificial intelligence can be used for early detection of Alzheimer's disease.