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The CEO of Philly Fighting COVID — an organization whose failed vaccine partnership with the City of Philadelphia made headlines last year — has reached a settlement with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Annenberg School for Communication Emeritus Professor Elihu Katz died on Dec. 31 at age 95.
The influenza virus has returned to college campuses amid relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, increased indoor gatherings, and holiday travel.
Penn professor Dorothy Roberts discussed the systemic racial inequities in the child welfare system at a virtual event Tuesday evening.
Robert E. Forster II, former Chair of Penn’s Physiology Department, died in his home on Sept. 19 from a stroke. He will be celebrated at the Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr, Pa., on Nov. 13 at 11 a.m., and the service will be livestreamed at theredeemer.org.
Activist, public intellectual, and Smith College professor Loretta Ross discussed advocating for justice and navigating cancel culture at a virtual Penn event on Wednesday evening.
Over 70% of adults in Philadelphia are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Penn’s Graduate School of Education is partnering with the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Languages and Learning Center to offer adults in Philadelphia free online English Language Learning programs this fall.
For sophomores and juniors looking at off-campus housing for next year, there are a variety of popular options, ranging from studio apartments to Victorian townhouses.
Faculty experts in communications and computer science discussed how internet algorithms perpetuate gender and racial biases on Friday afternoon at a virtual event.
This week, thousands of new students will arrive in Philadelphia, with many of them stepping foot on Penn’s campus for the very first time.
The Penn Libraries are expanding access to the Penn community and outside visitors ahead of the University’s in-person fall semester.
Pennsylvania State Representative Amen Brown, elected last year to reform Philadelphia's 190th District, has an alleged history of deed fraud and breach of contract.
Students largely embrace Penn President Amy Gutmann’s nomination to be the next United States ambassador to Germany as a welcome opportunity for both Penn and the United States. However, several expressed uncertainty about the University’s transition to new leadership.
1989 College graduate William Park contributed to a $100,000 donation to the Penn Libraries to fund a new lecture series that will take place over the course of five years and focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
The Penn Libraries will now offer students, faculty, and staff free digital access to The New York Times.
Penn Medicine’s new digital tool, MyChart Bedside, provides a centralized database of resources to empower inpatients and give them transparency during their hospital stays.
Students largely welcome Penn’s efforts to ease mask requirements for fully vaccinated individuals, although many remain concerned about the enforcement of new regulations and the impact they will have on the West Philadelphia community.
Wharton first year Timi Adekeye started a podcast to connect with peers and form new relationships after a year of pandemic isolation.
Penn’s Graduate School of Education earned the top spot in the 2022 U.S. News and World Report Best Education Schools rankings.