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06/23/22 12:25am
Laylo was shot in the head near the Wawa on Penn’s campus, as he and his mother headed in an Uber to the airport.
06/23/22 12:16am
After 29 days of biking, averaging around 86 miles a day, Torres biked through eight states and two countries. 
06/23/22 12:04am
The proceeds will fund an expansion of scientific and medical research at the University specifically in gene therapy. 
06/22/22 3:49pm
The program, which is sponsored by the U.S. government, allows students to study, conduct research, or teach English in various countries across the globe.
06/21/22 11:59am
The Philadelphia Pride March on June 5 sought to bring joy to the LGBTQ community amid a growing amount of anti-LGBTQ sentiment from politicians in Pennsylvania and across the country.
06/19/22 7:05pm
The building will dedicate 387,000 square to biological research, and 68,000 square feet to biomanufacturing. 
06/16/22 12:24am
Tarik Khan defeated incumbent Pam DeLissio in the primary election for Pennsylvania’s 194th legislative district, which is found in Northwest Philadelphia. 
06/15/22 11:39pm
While the students were not injured in the mass shooting that night, 14 individuals — nearly all bystanders, with ages ranging from 17 to 69 — were either wounded or killed.  
06/15/22 11:19pm
March for Our Lives leaders, students, victims, and survivors gathered this past Saturday in Washington D.C. to demand immediate change in gun violence prevention laws in Capitol Hill. 
06/15/22 11:15pm
The programs, which occur before the start of classes, are designed to help students get a head start on their time at Penn.
06/14/22 10:57pm
In hopes of settling a 2019 lawsuit, Philadelphia's Streets Department is adding a 13-person team to address potholes, cracked sidewalks, and non-ADA compliant curb cuts and ramps. 
06/14/22 8:47pm
Penn Med, CHOP, and Costa Rica's social security program will work together to develop a clinical trial protocol that will help more Costa Rican healthcare providers use this therapy for their patients. 
06/13/22 8:32pm
After the primary season, John Fetterman and Dr. Oz are now on the campaign trail, hoping to gain votes and find new supporters before the Pennsylvania Senate election in November. 
06/10/22 10:46pm
Suda will officially begin her role as director of the 145-year-old museum on September 21. 
06/09/22 12:04am
The new university will bear the name of Saint Joseph's University and function on two campuses.
06/08/22 12:55am
Gutmann was honored for her work in significantly expanding the number of low income and first generation students at Penn, as well as her most recent achievement as the first woman to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Germany.  
06/07/22 12:00am
The global outbreak, first detected in a British citizen, currently numbers 1,088 cases across 29 countries. In the United States, 35 cases of the disease have been confirmed.
06/05/22 9:06pm
Initial gunshots were fired around 11:30 p.m., and multiple shooters were seen firing into a crowd along the famous street, where many bars, restaurants, and retail stores are located. 
06/03/22 1:26am
A recent lawsuit filed against two Philadelphia police officers and the city says an officer shattered a college student's facial bones during the 2020 Walter Wallace Jr. protests
06/02/22 8:42pm
The report stated that household income increased as the economy recovered from the pandemic, leading to surges in taxes owed.