Around 100 protesters gathered despite the rain at City Hall Saturday morning to participate in the Global Day of Protest against what they fear to be imminent war with Iran.
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Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine worked with the School of Nursing and the School of Dental Medicine at Penn Vet's annual One Health Dog & Cat vaccination clinic to offer free and low-cost healthcare services to both people and their pets in the West Philadelphia community.
An analysis of a recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that Philadelphia has the third highest STD rate in the nation.
Two Penn graduates donated $10 million to the University to provide financial aid to first-generation, low-income students from New York City, Penn Today reported.
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner urged Democrats to push for more leftist policies and attacked former Vice President Joe Biden's intelligence at a Penn event Tuesday night.
2003 Perelman School of Medicine graduate Roderick Wong gifted $6 million to the school's PennHealthX program to endow the program in his name, according to a Medical School press release.
From Donald Trump to Elizabeth Warren to Joe Biden, figures with strong Penn connections are well represented in American politics. Now, 1992 Wharton graduate and liberal activist Cenk Uygur may be the latest Penn-related individual in politics.
Penn students had the chance to gain a personal perspective on incarceration at an event featuring a documentary about a man adjusting to life outside of prison and a question and answer session with the film's subject.
Penn hosted its first-ever Indigenous Languages Week to showcase native culture and bring visibility to indigenous communities and their experiences.
Penn Medicine researchers have successfully treated muscular dystrophy in mice and dogs using innovative gene therapy techniques.
History professor Kathleen Brown discussed her research on the history of slavery at Penn and the United States at a Philomathean Society event on Oct. 3.
A Penn Medicine study has found that opioid prescriptions for eye surgeries more than doubled between 2000 to 2014.