The Pew Charitable Trusts released its annual State of the City report on Philadelphia Wednesday — which examined the city’s recovery since the pandemic began.
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After a six-month national search, Tony B. Watlington Sr. will be the new superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia.
Yale University leaders announced that the Yale School of Public Health will become an independent school, transitioning from a department under the Yale School of Medicine.
Chicago and New York developers recently announced a plan to acquire land at the intersection of 38th and Chestnut streets — making way for a high-tech office and lab building.
Former Board of Trustees Chair James Riepe and Gail Petty Riepe donated $5 million to a new Penn Integrates Knowledge professorship in honor of President Amy Gutmann.
Harvard will end university-provided isolation housing for students who test positive for COVID-19 and will no longer conduct contact tracing — leaving students who test positive responsible for their own self-isolation and contract tracing.
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.
The Wharton School's MBA Class of 2021 made history by reporting the highest-ever median salary at $155,000, according to the MBA Careers 2021 report.
The School District of Philadelphia announced it will offer bonuses and increased pay for fill-in employees as incentives to combat the worker shortage.
Penn Nursing Dean Antonia Villarruel will receive the 2021 Health Care Leader Award from the American Academy of Nursing for her impact in shaping health policy.
A viral critique of Goldman Sachs' treatment of its first-year analysts this summer was lead by Joey Coslet, a 2020 Wharton graduate and the son of Jonathan Coslet, vice chairman of TPG, a major client of Goldman.
Two Perelman School of Medicine professors received the 2022 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences for their work on mRNA-based vaccines, paving the way for two SARS-CoV-2 vaccines.
La Salle University is delivering all instruction remotely this week due to a spike in COVID-19 cases.
President Joe Biden will visit Philadelphia on Friday to celebrate Amtrak's 50th anniversary.
College senior Sakshi Sehgal has been named one of this year’s 62 Harry S. Truman Scholarship recipients.
Perelman School of Medicine professor Kevin Baumlin, a Democrat, has declared his candidacy for Pennsylvania’s United State Senate seat in 2022.
A study conducted by Penn sociologists found that additional burdens caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have disproportionately fallen on mothers.
A study conducted by several Penn-affiliated researchers linked an increase in hate crimes against Asians to unemployment and economic instability.
The Google News Initiative awarded funding to FactCheck.org and Univision Noticias to combat COVID-19 immunization misinformation in United States Hispanic households.
Harvard’s Dean of Students announced this week that she is hopeful for a "fully operational" fall 2021 semester.