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03/17/22 6:37pm
Thomas touched the wall in 4:33.24, marking her best time of the season and setting Penn's program record, which she broke earlier this season. 
03/17/22 1:51am
Eighteen years after Gutmann’s inauguration, The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down to speak with 29 former and current leaders of the Penn community — including Gutmann herself — to chronicle the former president’s legacy through the lens of her original aspirations.
03/17/22 12:30am
Baumlin officially launched his campaign for Senate in April 2021 following Senator Pat Toomey's (R-Pa.) announcement in 2020 that he would not be running for re-election this year.
03/16/22 11:26pm
The School District lifted the mask mandate one week after Philadelphia health officials announced that Philadelphia is in the "All Clear" phase of the COVID-19 precautions tier.
03/16/22 12:53am
The Philadelphia City Council approved the bill in a 15-1 vote on March 10, WHYY reported.
03/16/22 12:15am
Between now and June, students will be using both Path@Penn and Penn InTouch for registration and academic planning.
03/15/22 11:30pm
According to DPS, witnesses observed two individuals who appeared to know one another — one of whom was the arrested suspect — having a physical altercation inside of the McDonald’s prior to the shooting.
03/15/22 10:21pm
A researcher in the fields of neuroscience and neuropathology, Trojanowski was widely known for his groundbreaking discoveries on the major disease proteins in neurodegenerative diseases
03/15/22 12:54pm
Community members will no longer be required to wear a mask in athletic facilities, libraries, residential halls, and dining halls.
03/15/22 12:38am
In response, Philadelphia will now have a second team of experts to verify vaccine numbers in addition to a new monthly review of vaccination data, the Inquirer reported.
03/15/22 12:34am
Barsade's colleagues and students said that she embodied the empathy and thoughtfulness that she preached in her research. 
03/14/22 11:49pm
Bildt spoke to the audience about the historical conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The event featured a conversation between Bildt and New York Times editor Clay Risen, and concluded with questions from attendees.
03/14/22 12:05am
The longtime legal scholar and University of Virginia provost was confirmed during the Board of Trustees' Stated Meeting at the Inn at Penn on March 4.
03/13/22 11:37pm
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé told the DP that the University is working in conjunction with the City of Philadelphia to determine whether it is safe to reverse the mask mandate.
03/04/22 9:31am
An October 2021 survey by The National Council for Mental Wellbeing found that 78% of organizations experienced increased demand for behavioral health services in the three months prior. 
03/03/22 3:00pm
American Airlines currently plans on continuing service to European cities for the immediate future. However, Ukraine has closed its airspace to all civilian flights in light of the conflict. 
03/02/22 11:43pm
Nearly 200 individuals gathered Wednesday — virtually and in person — to listen to the event's panelists address the U.S. government's response to the crisis and how other nations will likely respond.
03/02/22 11:42pm
Effective immediately, masks are no longer required indoors, with exceptions for the “higher-risk” settings of schools, healthcare institutions, congregate settings, and public transportation. 
03/02/22 11:41pm
Penn students who have family in Ukraine told The Daily Pennsylvanian that their families are conflicted about whether to stay at home or seek asylum in neighboring countries.
03/02/22 11:19pm
The developing therapy — called FLASH for its speed — administers doses in under a second, while traditional therapies administer doses over several minutes, according to the press release.