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Nearly 100 Penn students and Philadelphia residents marched from College Hall to the Campus Apartments headquarters on Friday to demand the halt of the development of the proposed Philadelphia 76ers arena in Chinatown.
Amid students’ confusion over the sudden departure of Peter Van Do, who served as the Pan-Asian American Community House's director for ten years, the University has begun a nationwide search for his replacement.
Three new faculty members are joining the Asian American Studies program next year, sparking new hope for the future of the program after a historical struggle for support between the University and faculty.
March for Our Lives, a student-led movement devoted to ending gun violence, rallied in Washington, D.C., on June 11 for the first time since 2018 to demand government action following recent nationwide mass shootings. The student-led movement was devoted to ending gun violence and founded after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla.
Philadelphia will restart its wastewater testing program in an effort to monitor COVID-19 outbreaks and gather more accurate data.
1964 College graduate and journalist Dan Rottenberg discussed his memoir "The Education of a Journalist: My Seventy Years on the Frontiers of Free Speech" at a Kelly Writers House event.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania upheld the constitutionality of the state’s new congressional district map on March 16, allowing its use in the 2022 primary elections.
Two Penn students created Kfans, an app that aims to foster connections between fans of Korean pop culture.
Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health found in a recent study that consuming low amounts of caffeine during pregnancy could lead to health benefits.
An Annenberg Public Policy Center survey found that heavy users of conservative media would take ivermectin — a drug not approved for treating COVID-19 — if they were exposed to the virus.
The National Institutes of Health gave the 2021 Director’s Award to seven Penn Medicine professors, who received more than $8 million total in research grants.