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10/11/20 10:31pm
In response to Penn not making Payments In Lieu of Taxes to the city of Philadelphia, The Record, Penn's undergraduate yearbook, will donate some profits to local public schools.
10/11/20 10:26pm
IES, an arm of the Department of Education, offers several grants each year to improve educational outcomes through data-driven research
10/11/20 10:26pm
The debate was canceled on Oct. 19 after President Donald Trump, who had recently tested positive for COVID-19, refused to participate in a virtual debate
10/11/20 10:25pm
The Justice Department brought the suit on the grounds that Yale discriminates against white and Asian-American applicants, The New York Times reported
10/11/20 9:59pm
75% and 55% of Hispanic and Black residents, respectively, reported that they have faced financial hardship due to the virus, while only 32% of white respondents reported the same. 
10/09/20 12:48am
The medal is awarded to “an architect who has changed the course of design history, with a particular focus on the areas of energy conservation, environmental quality, and/or diversity,” according to the Weitzman School of Design.
10/09/20 12:46am
Penn Medicine's Information Services was named one of Healthcare's Most Wired health systems for maximizing technology use to deliver better care.
10/09/20 12:38am
Shooting incidents are up 57% over 2019 rates and the city is on par to pass 450 murders by the end of the year, 6 ABC reported.
10/09/20 12:36am
Harker said his prediction depends on a sustained decline in the rate of new infections, the availability of a vaccine by the end of 2021, and an additional trillion-dollar stimulus package.
10/09/20 12:36am
Led by Annenberg Assistant Professor David Lydon-Staley, the lab researches short-term dynamics of behavior, particularly in adolescents
10/09/20 12:33am
The panelists argued that since recent crises like the pandemic and climate change are global in scale, U.N. members must collaborate to solve these issues
10/08/20 11:56pm
This semester, VPUL Mamta Motwani Accapadi hopes to provide students with the resources they need to vote in the upcoming presidential election and help the Penn community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
10/08/20 11:54pm
Many students said the remote semester greatly diminishes the MBA experience where students can no longer network in-person or take advantage of Wharton-sponsored traveling and co-curricular activities.
10/08/20 1:07am
While Gym believes Penn has made great contributions to Philadelphia, she thinks the University has an unfinished role in uplifting one of the poorest cities in the country.
10/08/20 1:06am
RAGAs can reserve a 30-minute time slot on the Penn Eats mobile ordering app to eat their meals at 1920 Commons.
10/08/20 12:11am
Abdus-Saboor, the Mitchell J. and Margo K. Blutt Presidential Assistant Professor of Biology, will receive grants of $50,000 annually for up to three years to fund his pain research.
10/08/20 12:08am
This year's endowment had a return rate — the percent of growth from investing the endowment funds — of just 3.4%, continuing the downward trend in return rates since fiscal year 2017 which recorded a 14.3% return rate.
10/07/20 11:58pm
English professor Melissa Sanchez and Business Economics and Public Policy assistant professor Corinne Low won the award for leading the Upper West Side Open Hearts Initiative, which Low co-founded.
10/07/20 11:36pm
Brian Litt, a professor of neurology, neurosurgery, and bioengineering, and Gregory Corder, an assistant professor of neuroscience and psychiatry, are two of this year's 85 recipients.
10/07/20 8:56pm
The grant will support an audit of monuments throughout the nation, the opening of ten Monument Lab field research offices, and the hiring of the Monument Lab’s first full-time staff.