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Penn Police officers are concerned about contracting and transmitting COVID-19 while responding to incidences of students partying in off- and on-campus locations.
Philadelphia faces a $450 million deficit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will soon only have enough money in its reserves to run the city for three days.
Penn FLASH is an online platform through which FGLI students can connect with alumni mentors for advice or collaborate on mini-projects. (Logo from mentoring.upenn.edu)
Penn Medicine hired 50 new laboratory assistants through the University City District’s West Philadelphia Skills Initiative to to expand COVID-19 testing efforts.
April (right) and James Burks (left) both own The Pink Lapel, an indies accessories company, which produces ties and female accessories.
Yvonne Blake now runs Hakim’s Bookstore and Gifts—the first and oldest Black-owned bookstore in the east coast— which was founded by her father in the 1960s.
Penn Medicine officials announced an anti-racism program designed to to ensure equity, mitigate bias, and eliminate racism at Penn Medicine.
Brick House (2020), by Simone Leigh, stands at the start of Penn's campus on 34th and Walnut Street.
Two students wait to be tested for COVID-19 outside of the Annenberg Center.
Penn Nursing found that Black mothers initiate breastfeeding at a rate of 69%, compared to 80% of the general population in the U.S.
The Voluntary Support of Education reported that donations to colleges and universities remained flat during the 2019-2020 academic year.
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Researchers from the School of Nursing and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia published a paper called Pediatric Nursing, which found negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents’ psychological well-being.