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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.
The Pavilion, Penn Medicine's new 1.5-million-square-foot, 17-story facility is set to open to patients this week.
More than 60 Penn students gathered on Locust Walk on Friday afternoon to celebrate their Asian identities and increase Asian visibility on campus.
More than 100 members of the Perelman School of Medicine's entering class donned their own embroidered Penn Medicine white coats for the first time at an in-person ceremony on Sept. 24.
At 6:30 a.m. on a Tuesday morning in fall 2019, then-Nursing junior Anthony Scarpone-Lambert entered his patient's room, ready to change their IV fluids. He was forced to choose between turning on the bright, white fluorescent lights and risking waking his patient, or struggling in the dark to change the IV bag.
Penn students joined more than 100 Philadelphians in Chinatown on Wednesday evening to honor the victims of the fatal shootings that targeted Asian Americans in three Atlanta spas on March 16.
College junior Diana Cruz watched in horror in Long Beach, Calif., as one by one, her family members got sicker and sicker with COVID-19. First, it was her sister, 23, who tested positive on Dec. 30, 2020 and lost her sense of taste. Then it was her mother, Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez, 63, who kept sleeping for longer and longer hours each day, until she could barely walk and eventually became comatose. Finally, her father, 65, and other sister, 27, fell ill.
Wharton and Engineering junior Effie Guo was completing a problem set for ESE 501: "Networking - Theory and Fundamentals" from her home in Dallas when the lights in her room suddenly flickered, and her power went out in the early morning on Feb. 14.
Perelman School of Medicine professor Carl June won the 2021 Dan David Prize for his work on the first United States Food and Drug Administration-approved personalized cellular therapy for cancer treatment.
Penn Medicine and Mercy Catholic Medical Center partnered with Black faith leaders to administer COVID-19 vaccines to city residents this weekend.
Top Penn administrators discussed how racial inequities in the United States healthcare system have been exacerbated by COVID-19 at a virtual event on Wednesday evening.
Eleven-time Grammy winner and 1999 College graduate John Legend and Yusef Salaam, one of the since-exonerated men in the “Central Park Five” case, advocated for nationwide criminal justice reform to build safer communities at a virtual panel held by Penn Law School on Tuesday evening.
During their time at Penn, the Jones triplets were known around campus for hosting high-energy fitness bootcamps at various college houses. Since graduation, they've expanded their operation to teach classes across the country with their new online platform, which was featured on Good Morning America at the start of the pandemic.
It had been four days since Election Day, and it was still unclear who the 46th President of the United States would be. Votes continued to slowly roll in from the few states that had not decided yet, and an anxious nation was desperate for the race to be called. But late on Saturday morning, major news networks began to project former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden as the winner of the state of Pennsylvania, pushing him beyond the threshold of 270 electoral votes to secure the presidency.
The 2020 election — shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic and a reckoning over racial injustice and police brutality against the Black community — looked notably different on Penn's campus compared to previous years. The battleground state of Pennsylvania could be a key decider in calling this election. President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Vice President and Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden currently await the electoral results as several states, including Pennsylvania, rush to finish counting ballots. Despite a completely remote fall semester, members of the Penn and nearby Philadelphia community masked up and voted in person on campus, abiding by social distancing guidelines at Houston Hall, ARCH, and Walnut Street West Library. Nearly 700 ballots were cast at the three campus polling sites, 83% of which were in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The Daily Pennsylvanian sent a team of photographers to capture this unique election week. Here's how it has unfolded so far.
More than 500 demonstrators packed the narrow residential streets of West Philadelphia on Halloween afternoon, nearly a week after the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., to demand justice for him as well as the rest of the Black community. After three nights of calm following two nights of unrest, the gathering remained peaceful, prompting cheers and chants from neighbors in costumes, as well as the protesters in attendance. Here's how Saturday's protest unfolded.
Hundreds of demonstrators, including Penn students, marched on the streets of West Philadelphia Saturday afternoon to protest the police killing of Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday.
As a historic 2020 Election Day approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian looks back on ten major United States politicians that have visited Penn’s campus and Philadelphia since 2018.
While 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump sat in Philadelphia's National Constitution Center Tuesday evening for a town hall with undecided voters 49 days before Election Day, at least 200 anti-Trump protesters gathered outside of the venue making speeches and waving signs.