For the first time ever, the Wharton School's MBA program will enroll more women than men in its incoming class.
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The Philadelphia city budget has passed with a total of $155 million alloted to work against gun violence and $22.3 million towards police reform.
Republican lawmakers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives are threatening to cut $32 million in funding from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine for requiring employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was ranked No. 2 on the U.S. News and World Report's 2021-2022 list of best pediatric hospitals in America.
Philadelphia lifted all COVID-19 capacity restrictions and social distancing guidelines for restaurants and large venues.
A new Penn Wharton Budget Model study predicts that the effects of pandemic-related school closures and remote learning will cost the American economy 3.6 percent of gross domestic product in 2050.
International students from several countries including China and the United Kingdom will be able to enter the United States for the fall semester.
A study by Penn researchers found evidence of racial bias in models used to allocate limited health care resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new analysis by the Perelman School of Medicine finds more than a third of new cases of COVID-19 in Philadelphia are caused by more contagious variants of the virus.
A Penn Law School study found an increase in illegal terms in residential leases for Philadelphia tenants.
On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced that the United States will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for every adult in the United States by the end of May.
Philadelphia will likely not expand access to COVID-19 vaccines beyond phase 1b until mid-April.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will help the city's health department administer COVID-19 vaccines to teachers and school staff.
Middle-income students pursuing summer internships and research opportunities can now receive financial support from Penn's Summer Funding Program.
Pennsylvania expanded COVID-19 vaccine access to everyone over age 65 and people 16 and older with high-risk medical conditions — but the new guidelines do not apply in Philadelphia.
New Jersey residents approved a constitutional amendment to legalize recreational marijuana in Tuesday's election, which The New York Times reported will put pressure on Pennsylvania.
The National Institutes of Health awarded its Director's Awards, which include a combined $8 million in research grants to two professors at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine.