From the Philadelphia Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl victory to an unprecedented pandemic, the Class of 2021's four years at Penn were marked by celebrations, controversies, and change.
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Penn's undergraduate COVID-19 case count remained low in the final two weeks of the semester, with a combined total of 13 cases.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced in an email to the Penn community Tuesday morning that Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett will take a medical leave of absence from the University through the end of the fall 2021 semester.
Penn's undergraduate COVID-19 case count remained low for the third consecutive week, as a total of 20 undergraduate students tested positive.
Penn will require all students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus for the fall semester, which the University expects to hold in person.
Penn's COVID-19 undergraduate case count remained near a semester low for the second straight week.
Penn will administer 500 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesday, a victory for students living in on-campus housing.
Penn administered the first COVID-19 vaccines at its on-campus vaccination site on Wednesday, marking a monumental step towards the University's planned reopening for the fall semester.
Penn’s undergraduate COVID-19 case count decreased for the third straight week from April 4 through April 10, nearing a semester low.
Penn will begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine to a select group of Penn community members on April 14, and to all students on April 19.
All adults in Philadelphia will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning April 19, almost two weeks earlier than the original date of May 1.
Although Penn's weekly undergraduate COVID-19 positivity rate decreased from 0.97% to 0.59% this week, administrators urged students to be as vigilant as ever.
The City of Philadelphia has approved the University as an official COVID-19 vaccination site, paving the way for Penn community members to receive vaccines on campus in the coming weeks.
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Numerous Penn and Drexel University students have received the COVID-19 vaccine despite being ineligible under current Philadelphia vaccine distribution guidelines, city officials confirmed to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
For the fifth consecutive week, Penn's undergraduate COVID-19 weekly positivity rate decreased to a new semester low.
Crimes listed below were reported to Penn's Division of Public Safety in the Penn Patrol Zone from March 1 to March 7.
Undergraduate students are overwhelmingly satisfied with Penn's COVID-19 testing program but concerned with peer behavior and enforcement of the University's COVID-19 guidelines, according to a survey conducted by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Even after Penn's undergraduate COVID-19 case count decreased by over 50% for the second straight week, University administrators urge students to remain vigilant in preventing the spread of COVID-19.