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10/27/21 12:32am
Original Medicare been found to have a gap in ACSC hospitalizations between Black and white patients, but until this research, there was hope that Medicare Advantage private plans would narrow the divide.
10/26/21 1:01am
Penn community members, including the South Asia Studies Department and some faculty members, disputed the complaint. 
10/26/21 12:31am
One of the most commonly reported issues is professors who aren’t accommodating students who must miss in-person classes due to health reasons.
10/26/21 12:28am
Water from the sprinkler leaked into multiple dorms early Wednesday morning, with the fifth floor — where the sprinkler turned on — facing the brunt of the damage.
10/25/21 11:53pm
The environmental interventions include tree planting and rehabilitating abandoned houses, while the economic interventions will involve connecting participants to food and unemployment benefits.
10/25/21 9:08pm
While the drug can treat parasitic conditions in small doses, according to the FDA, current data has not shown that it is safe or effective against COVID-19.
10/25/21 9:03pm
Center City, however, has not seen the same increase because many workers have not returned to their in-person workplaces.
10/25/21 8:57pm
Orkin, a pest control company, created the list based on the number of new commercial and residential rodent treatments it performed between Sept. 15, 2020 and Sept. 15, 2021.
10/25/21 12:51am
The drill is an opportunity for MERT to work with outside organizations and prepare for medical emergencies that could occur on campus.
10/25/21 12:50am
The findings from the Annenberg researchers indicate that mandates work to improve vaccination rates among Americans.
10/25/21 12:48am
The grant will support new programming focused on evolving issues, such as climate governance and the impact of systematic racism on US foreign policy.
10/25/21 12:26am
The podcast, called “Med Legs," currently has eight episodes including topics like applying and interviewing for medical school to navigating academics as a FGLI student.
10/22/21 1:11am
Family Weekend will include both live and asynchronous Zoom webinars and BlueJeans conferences with speakers from the University.
10/22/21 12:46am
A Faculty Senate committee, which has an advisory role for Penn administration, released a resolution in an effort to raise more awareness to climate-related issues among faculty and University departments.
10/21/21 11:48pm
Penn was the second most represented school on the list with 14 billionaires, falling just behind Harvard University’s 15 billionaires. 
10/21/21 11:39pm
Both first years and sophomores are taking their first set of in-person midterms this semester, as sophomores took their exams online last year. 
10/21/21 8:22pm
Advance course registration for spring 2022 opens Nov. 1 and closes Nov. 14.
10/20/21 11:34pm
Many students who chose to defer enrollment at Penn said they made the decision to avoid taking classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
10/20/21 11:26pm
The event, “Conspiracy Theory and Political Culture, Past and Present,” covered topics ranging from the use of social media as a means to spread conspiracy theories, to the future prevalence of conspiracy theories in American political culture.
10/20/21 11:18pm
Students said they did not receive proper accommodations when the center, housed in Biotech Commons, closed for reconstruction.