Eighty-six percent of adults in the city have received at least their first dose.
Businesses are prohibited from using single-use plastic bags, bags made from blown film extrusion, and bags with less than 40% recycled content.
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.
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.
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.
WEDIG, which was founded in fall 2020, strives to promote inclusivity for underrepresented groups in Wharton.
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.
Class Board 2025 will hold Econ Scream on Oct. 11 at the Ware Patio in the Quad.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The survey reported that 34% of Americans would favor eliminating the court if it issued numerous rulings that most Americans disagreed with.
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.
The number of certified school bus drivers in the state has shrunk by 4% since 2017, leaving some students without reliable access to transportation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.