As the national count for coronavirus related deaths exceeds 1,000, Philadelphia reported its first known coronavirus death on Wednesday.
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On Monday, the Perelman School of Medicine announced Daniel Yoshor will serve as the new chair of the Department of Neurosurgery in the Perelman School of Medicine.
1992 Wharton graduate Cenk Uygur, a former Daily Pennsylvanian columnist and the creator of the progressive news and opinion outlet The Young Turks, lost his bid for a congressional seat in one of California’s most competitive congressional districts on Tuesday.
Philadelphia City Councilmember Helen Gym endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2020 Democratic primary on Tuesday, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication Marwan M. Kraidy has been named dean and CEO of Northwestern University-Qatar, Northwestern Now reported.
For the third year in a row, Penn Nursing leads the nation in research funding from the National Institutes of Health, Philadelphia Business Journal reported.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has big plans for her proposed wealth tax as she prepares her 2020 election campaign. Yet according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model (PWBM), the tax might inhibit economic growth.
A recent study from researchers at Penn and the University of Michigan found that individuals are more likely to trust election polls whose outcomes support their preferred candidates, Annenberg Public Policy Center reported.
After an incident that garnered national attention in April 2018, a former Starbucks regional manager is suing the company and alleging she was discriminated against for being white.
Wonder what it is like to hang out with Rihanna in New York City, watch basketball games with retired NBA player Yao Ming, and pose with Lily Aldridge at a Bulgari party in Venice? According to 2018 Wharton graduate Eric Tse, it is “#casual.”
Many academics use Twitter to spread their ideas and promote discussion. However, a new Penn study found female researchers in health services and health policy appeared to be less influential than their male counterparts on the platform, which could reinforce gender biases in the field.
The Media, Inequality & Change (MIC) Center recently released a report on how data privacy concerns affect people who rely on smartphones for internet access.