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11/02/22 9:59pm
Members of the 7B and activist groups told The DP that they want to see greater transparency in the new provost’s administration.
11/02/22 3:06pm
The researchers, co-led by Michael Rickels, the Willard and Rhoda Ware Professor in Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases in the Perelman School of Medicine, found that many patients didn’t need insulin to maintain their blood sugar for up to eight years.
11/02/22 2:27am
O’Connor served as a professor of ancient Egyptian history and archeology and as a curator of the Penn Museum's Egyptian collection, according to the Penn Almanac.
11/02/22 2:26am
The play was written by Ruby Rae Spiegel and centers around two high schoolers in Florida attempting to find a way to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, foiled by regulations and a hostile environment and attitudes toward abortion. 
11/02/22 12:17am
Biden and Obama will speak at a campaign event for Senate nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
11/01/22 10:05pm
With contentious races for governor and Senate in Pennsylvania, The DP spoke with Penn community members about how the upcoming Nov. 8 elections’ results will have direct consequences on  Americans’ everyday lives, including Penn students.
11/01/22 4:39pm
The Fiber Arts Circle, according to its leaders, aims to serve as a safe space where students can take a break from Penn's competitive culture. 
11/01/22 4:28pm
Musk first offered to buy the social media company in late April, after becoming the largest shareholder in the company earlier that month.
11/01/22 12:42am
The percentage of female top earners across Philadelphia's top 100 public companies now stands at 15%, female executives at 19%, and female directors at 25%.
11/01/22 12:40am
Volpp, a cardiac arrest survivor, won the award for his research into how cardiovascular outcomes can be impacted by certain health policies.
10/31/22 8:47pm
Should Mastriano win the gubernatorial race and the state legislature limits access to reproductive healthcare, Penn could become the only Ivy League institution whose students do not have access to an abortion because of their state's policies.
10/31/22 10:31am
Several PORES faculty and affiliated students work on the NBC News Decision Desk each year, assisting the network in projecting the outcome of races.
10/31/22 1:48am
1972 Master’s recipient Caren Glotfelty, 2020 Graduate School of Education doctoral graduate Stacy E. Holland, and Professor Emerita of Nursing Neville Strumpf joined the group of 500 women who have received the award.
10/31/22 1:43am
Researchers developed a method to forecast rare disease development called PANDA with $4.7 million of funding from the National Institute of Health.
10/31/22 1:39am
The APS is a non-profit scientific research organization that works to “advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics” through publications, outreach, and the support of its over 50,000 members worldwide.
10/31/22 1:37am
Located at the New Bolton Center, a Penn Vet hospital located in Chester County, CSAFS aims to “drive sustainable agricultural and veterinary healthcare practices and methods, while addressing the world’s growing nutritional demands.” 
10/30/22 10:34pm
Shapiro spoke about the importance of the upcoming midterm elections and his focus on more restrictive gun legislation, accessible election reforms, and securing reproductive rights. 
10/28/22 1:49am
The rankings were determined by sustainability measures taken by the schools to combat environmental, social, and governance challenges.
10/28/22 1:46am
In addition to serving as a Gregory Bateson professor of communication at Penn, Krippendorff was a lecturer, author, builder, sculptor, and activist.
10/28/22 1:43am
Faust, who is also a Harvard President Emerita, delivered a talk titled “Remembering Not to Forget: Reflections on the Last Half Century of Women at Penn” at Hill Pavilion.