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Penn Wharton Budget Model released a new report on May 23 finding that households owed over $500 billion in taxes in 2022, a $200 billion increase from before the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020.
Decorated paper cats and fish will adorn the Kelly Writers House this Thursday as students and faculty join together in person for the annual Marathon Reading Event for the first time since 2019.
1997 College and Wharton graduate and entrepreneur Elon Musk has become Twitter's largest shareholder.
As gas prices rise nationally, the Penn Wharton Budget Model has released a new report examining the effects of a federal gas tax holiday on average American consumers and the United States government.
The School District of Philadelphia lifted its mask mandate after the city announced that masks are no longer required in most indoor spaces.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded two Penn professors the 2022 Sloan Research Fellowship, which recognizes early-career scientists and scholars for novel research in scientific disciplines.
Philadelphia will begin distributing cash payments to selected low-income individuals as part of a guaranteed income experiment.
The Penn Student Federal Credit Union has opened applications for its second annual Financial Wellness Scholarship with a grant-based prize of $1,000.
A study from Penn Medicine found that the increased use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic may improve access to treatment for those with opioid use disorders, but remains less effective than in-person care.
The 2021 Philadelphia Marathon Weekend will cause multiple road closures and public transit route detours across the city.
Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at Penn Kathleen Hall Jamieson published commentary examining how conspiracy theorists have exploited the provisional nature of COVID-19 science.
As part of efforts to eliminate disparities in cancer detection, Penn Medicine will offer free breast cancer screenings to women over the age of 40 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.
Amid a statewide shortage of school bus drivers, Pennsylvania officials are reaching out to thousands of commercial driver's license holders to fill empty positions.