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.
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Most undergraduate courses next semester will be taught in person, although some Wharton School courses will include online instruction in the spring.
Several professors have kept pandemic-inspired changes to midterms this semester in efforts to help students, but both professors and students are still struggling with the added stress of adapting to in-person exams after three virtual semesters.
Despite Penn's four-day fall break, students say their piling homework deadlines and exams have prevented them from de-stressing and spending time with their loved ones.
By bringing together a group of students with diverse interests in languages and cultures from around the globe, the third floor of Kings Court English College House, tucked away on the edge of campus, is a hub for global diversity on campus.
Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 while on campus this semester have found it difficult to keep up with their coursework, with some calling quarantine “demotivating” and “depressing.”
Penn's new block scheduling system has introduced some challenges for students this year, creating inefficient break periods, preventing them from registering for certain classes, and raising social distancing concerns.
As research operations transition to Phase III of the University's phased plan for research, Penn Medicine researchers and undergraduate students are excited to return to an in-person setting.
Fall 2021 undergraduate courses are set to be primarily delivered in person with limited exceptions, remaining in line with administrators' original plans announced in April.
Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine found that racial, gender, and socioeconomic factors are linked to the likelihood of receiving a proven diabetes treatment.
Penn's Biomedical Library will debut a new name and renovated space in time for the fall semester.
Starting April 1, Duke University will open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all enrolled undergraduate and graduate students in the Durham area.
Penn opened indoor dining at select dining halls three weeks ago — but few students have used the service, with some saying they feel uncomfortable eating indoors during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has resulted in an expected $77 million loss for Penn by June, excluding the University's Health System.
After COVID-19 forced him to cancel a pizza night with friends in March, second-year Wharton MBA student Ben Berman lowered 10 homemade pizzas out of his apartment window to give to his friends.
Two Penn Medicine researchers have been named 2020 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science — the world's largest community of scientists — for their efforts towards advancing science and maintaining high standards of integrity.
Philadelphia announced new coronavirus restrictions on Monday in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, placing limits on the city's public spaces and private gatherings.
Hunger is rising in Pennsylvania, leading millions of households to rely on food aid amid unprecedented job losses and economic fallout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden’s campaign announced plans for the former vice president to make a stop on Saturday in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
A recent study led by Penn researchers found that the United States' COVID-19 death toll is likely much larger than reported, suggesting that the number of deaths should be inflated by 36%.