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Nemomsa — known as "Tola" to family and friends — was passionate about public health and urban development and pursued these studies at Penn. 
23 hours ago
The restaurant, located on 39th and Walnut in The Radian Student Apartments, was last open in March 2020. City Tap will require staff to be vaccinated and wear masks, and staff will check vaccine cards of dining patrons.
01/27/22 11:52pm
Firefighters on the scene noted considerable amounts of smoke rising from the rear kitchen of the restaurant. The Division of Public Safety later confirmed the incident as a grease fire and deemed the situation under control. 
01/27/22 10:17pm
Once the application closes, students will be able to choose their unit based on an assigned timeslot — which will be distributed by Residential Services based on a point system.
01/27/22 10:01pm
In an email sent to seniors on Jan. 27, Class Board President and College senior Sam Strickberger said the celebration will be renamed "Senior Club," taking place after March 14.
01/27/22 1:18am
Wax, who has worked at Penn for two decades, decried the current state of higher education and the conservative political movement in the United States.
01/26/22 11:40pm
Students largely said they were glad to be back in person and relieved that the University did not extend the virtual learning past Jan. 24. 
01/26/22 8:44pm
The SAT will still be scored on the 1600 scale and administered in a physical test center with a proctor. 
01/26/22 8:43pm
Cosmic Writers began as Word Camp, a free summer program founded in 2020 by Miller after receiving the 2020 Kelly Writers House Kerry Prize.
01/25/22 11:50pm
Arkoosh highlighted her focus on public health and healthcare access, and stressed that her previous experience as a physician has helped her enter the role of public service.
01/25/22 10:51pm
Strohminger's tweet mentioned that one student had estimated that the average salary was $800,000 per year. In reality, the average American worker only made $53,383 in 2020.
01/25/22 10:40pm
Penn students in University isolation housing have been forced to grapple with confusing instructions, inadequate communication, and an overall frustrating process.
01/25/22 10:37pm
The University updated its Public Health Guidance on Jan. 25, resuming indoor gatherings for attending class, studying, meetings, and events.
01/25/22 9:40pm
GTP will receive up to $100 million through the sponsored research agreement over 15 years and have access to a 700,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility.
01/25/22 9:29pm
There are currently 11 DJs listed on the Penn Beats website, and they cover a variety of musical genres such as oldies, hip-hop, and progressive house.
01/25/22 2:09am
The investigation led to extensive national media coverage and strong reactions from the University community, drawing attention to what it means to qualify as a first-generation, low-income student in higher education.
01/24/22 11:23pm
Torres ran for the first 50 miles and then, due to a foot injury, power walked for the second half. 
01/24/22 10:38pm
With only 14% of colleges starting the spring semester online, universities have seen rising case numbers on campus due to the highly transmissible omicron variant, WHYY reported.
01/24/22 10:08pm
As of Jan. 21, over 500 messages have been submitted through the Gratitude@Wharton form to students, professors, faculty, and members of the Penn community.
01/24/22 8:58pm
Musk, a 1997 College and Wharton graduate and the TIME 2021 person of the year, told the Wall Street Journal that Neuralink hopes to implant the device into human brains sometime in 2022.