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03/01/21 12:02am
The livestream events are an hour long, with 40 to 45 minutes of performance and 15 minutes of discussion with the artists, during which audience members can ask the performers questions directly. 
02/28/21 11:54pm
Multiple posts levy accusations against Penn’s Chemistry Department, leading the department to apologize to certain students for their "negative experiences" related to the department, but the University as a whole has taken no such steps. 
02/28/21 11:51pm
Comprised of print books, e-books, videos, and streamable audio, the list of librarian-recommended resources aims to help students explore the works and lives of Black Americans. 
02/28/21 11:26pm
As May approaches and the threat of COVID-19 still looms large, many universities are reconsidering their plans to hold in-person commencement ceremonies for the classes of 2020 and 2021.
02/28/21 10:58pm
The new clinic has the potential to double the number of vaccine doses administered in Philadelphia each week.
02/26/21 12:57am
The panelists expressed hope at the party would distance itself from former President Donald Trump now that he is out of office.
02/26/21 12:45am
University officials announced the three projects are all set to begin construction in 2022 and will carry steep price tags. 
02/26/21 12:43am
Although the University does not yet know when vaccines will be available for students, Pritchett said it is prepared for quick and seamless distribution.
02/26/21 12:34am
The panelists addressed systemic racism within the criminal justice system, and suggested several reforms to limit racial discrimination.
02/26/21 12:19am
University Architect Mark Kocent said several new all-gender bathrooms have been built in the past year, and more renovations to incorporate all-gender bathrooms into buildings' designs are underway.
02/25/21 9:35pm
Next year's cost of attendance will total $79,014. The increase is notably lower than the typical 3.9% annual tuition hike, a move Penn President Amy Gutmann said is intended to benefit families amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
02/25/21 12:53am
Wellnest is the newest part of the University's Penn Cares program to help the Penn community cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
02/25/21 12:10am
The club, Penn Bucket, will host events for its members that lead them to venture outside of the “Penn bubble” and explore Philadelphia.
02/25/21 12:03am
Users must input their zip code, select their state, or enable location services and FindAShot automatically finds available appointments, a list of local vaccine providers, and statewide eligibility guidelines.
02/24/21 11:56pm
The center will bring together more than 60 faculty members across more than 10 departments in SAS, the Engineering School, and the Perelman School of Medicine to conduct interdisciplinary research.
02/24/21 11:47pm
As students continue to host in-person gatherings in off- and on-campus locations, Penn Police Department officers responding to the parties are voicing concerns over contracting the virus while on the job.
02/24/21 11:36pm
Patients at the community sites are served by third and fourth-year dental students, who work under the supervision of faculty members.
02/24/21 1:48am
Winter storms across large parts of the Central and Southern United States have hit Texas with high levels of snow and unusually cold temperatures, causing widespread flooding and power outages. 
02/24/21 1:38am
University administrators urged students to remain vigilant in following public health guidelines — particularly after a student was hospitalized due to severe symptoms and two students tested positive for the B.1.1.7 COVID-19 variant since arriving on campus this semester.
02/24/21 1:20am
The interdisciplinary background of students in the College is one of the main things that differentiates Gryphon from other school-specific senior societies, such as Hexagon for Engineering, Lantern for Wharton, and Nightingales for Nursing.