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10/11/21 8:44pm
Eighty-six percent of adults in the city have received at least their first dose.
10/11/21 7:26pm
Businesses are prohibited from using single-use plastic bags, bags made from blown film extrusion, and bags with less than 40% recycled content.
10/11/21 1:07am
Perelman School of Medicine second year Andrew Siaw-Asamoah and College junior Cristle Ike received funding from Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation to pursue pediatric oncology research alongside a mentor. 
10/11/21 12:50am
The project reviews core concepts and prerequisite knowledge so that students can enter MATH 114: Calculus, Part II with more confidence regardless of their previous calculus experience. 
10/11/21 12:12am
The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed the 6B leaders about their priorities and ambitions for the fall semester, especially as the groups transition to in-person activities during COVID-19.
10/10/21 11:37pm
WEDIG, which was founded in fall 2020, strives to promote inclusivity for underrepresented groups in Wharton.
10/10/21 11:06pm
The announcement brings Dartmouth into the majority of Ivy League schools – with Brown, Columbia, Cornell, and Harvard having previously stated that they will pursue similar divestment strategies. 
10/10/21 8:20pm
Class Board 2025 will hold Econ Scream on Oct. 11 at the Ware Patio in the Quad.
10/08/21 12:03am
There was a 40% increase in nominations for the awards compared to last year, and the winning finalists were picked from nominations representing 90 schools from 19 countries.
10/07/21 11:50pm
Orts centered his three-month-long campaign around combating the climate crisis. His exit leaves behind a wide field of candidates in the lead up to May’s Democratic primary. 
10/07/21 10:15pm
Although Trump’s net worth remains an estimated $2.5 billion for the second year in a row, a higher cutoff of $2.9 billion leaves him $400 million behind the list’s lowest spot.
10/07/21 8:48pm
The mandate now requires hospital and long term care facility workers and higher education faculty, students and staff to receive only their first vaccine dose by Oct. 15.
10/07/21 8:12pm
The survey reported that 34% of Americans would favor eliminating the court if it issued numerous rulings that most Americans disagreed with.
10/07/21 7:58pm
Founded by Penn Med in 2012, the CAREs grant program provides Penn Med students and employees with financial assistance to allow them to volunteer in their communities.
10/07/21 7:49pm
The number of certified school bus drivers in the state has shrunk by 4% since 2017, leaving some students without reliable access to transportation.
10/07/21 1:57am
From Old City to the Gayborhood, College Houses are giving students the opportunity to explore different parts of Philadelphia with their hallmates during their first in-person semester at Penn.
10/07/21 12:50am
Last month's reported shortages of Allied Universal guards at the Quad entrance left some RAs, who are Penn undergraduate students, to man the gates themselves.
10/07/21 12:26am
The third floor of Kings Court English College House is the residential home for all first years in the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business.
10/07/21 12:15am
For sophomores and juniors looking at off-campus housing for next year, there are a variety of popular options, ranging from studio apartments to Victorian townhouses.
10/07/21 12:11am
A team of researchers from Penn’s Center for Safe Mobility is working with SEPTA on the transportation agency’s $40 million effort to rebrand its transit network and improve its ease of use.