Just 1.5 miles separate the Philly college rivals Penn and Temple. On Saturday, though, the teams were usually separated by double-digits.
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First Lady Jill Biden visited the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on Friday to encourage parents to vaccinate their children against COVID-19.
Penn students who interned in the public sector discussed the value of building connections and the ability to move between the public and private sectors at an SNF Paideia Program panel held Thursday afternoon.
"I just love their team. I love watching film of them. You watch certain teams preparing to play them, and you get caught up watching all the good things they do, the intelligent way they play. That's why they're always a tough matchup for us. We couldn't put them away, they hit tough shots in this place."
Students who have lost or misplaced their COVID-19 vaccine cards can obtain new ones before getting their booster shots by reaching out to their vaccine providers.
Political science professors at Penn, along with researchers across the globe, found that community policing practices did not reduce crime or improve trust in policing in communities in the Global South.
Temple University will increase security measures following the shooting death of a student near campus last week.
The Annenberg Public Policy Center found that there has been decreasing news coverage of an unproven link between the holiday season and suicides in coordination with a decline in the national suicide rate for the second year in a row.
A new study conducted by Penn Medicine found that about 12% of patients who fill an opioid prescription following common cardiac device implants develop persistent opioid use after.
Down but never out.
A study from Penn’s Computational Social Science Lab indicates that consumption of misinformation and extremist content on YouTube may be a result of user preference and the online content ecosystem, rather than YouTube’s recommendation algorithm.
TV personality Mehmet Oz, who is better known as Dr. Oz, announced that he is running in the Republican primary for the vacant United States Senate seat in Pennsylvania that will be up for election in 2022.
With the winter sports season in full swing, we take a look at where the Quakers will be in action in this weekend.
Here's a look at how Penn women's basketball is doing compared to its Big 5 rivals so far this season.
With Penn basketball back in action after a year of inactivity, we take a look at the teams around the Big 5 and the chances for the Penn basketball to take home another Big 5 title. Four out of the five teams begin Big 5 play on Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Students living in on-campus housing are facing excessively high temperatures in their rooms, which they say has adversely affected their physical ability to comfortably work and sleep.
A petition calling for Penn to fire a visiting scholar accused of committing human rights abuses as a high-ranking Ecuadorian state official has garnered nearly 11,000 signatures.
Recently, the Food and Drug Administration announced an expansion in eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots to all Americans age 18 and older. Penn students may soon have easy access to such vaccines; earlier this week, Penn's Chief Wellness Officer, Benoit Dubé, told The Daily Pennsylvanian that Penn plans on offering COVID-19 booster shots in the coming weeks.
The Penn Red and Blue Exchange hosted “Can We Talk?” — an open discussion forum for students from all perspectives to discuss prompts related to contemporary politics and society — on Nov. 30.
A new initiative in Penn’s School of Arts and Sciences aims to centralize data science education and research across disciplines.