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09/18/22 6:18pm
Katz’s friends, roommates, and members of Katz's sorority spoke at the vigil, which began at 7 p.m. on Friday in front of the LOVE statue.
09/16/22 7:21pm
Students began setting up tents on Sept. 14 and intend to remain until their demands are met.
09/16/22 12:18am
The proposed line, which will be called the Roosevelt Boulevard Subway, would stretch as far north as Neshaminy in Bucks County, Pa., and will continue south to Center City. 
09/16/22 12:12am
The annual survey found that nearly 1 in 4 Philadelphians over the age of 16 worked from home in 2021 — a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic — compared to only 1 in 20 that did so in 2019.
09/16/22 12:12am
Memorabilia from their college relationship included 18 photos of Musk as a college student at Penn, a signed birthday card, a 14-karat gold necklace, and a signed dollar bill.
09/16/22 12:05am
Breadhead serves as a food-service platform that connects students with homemade meals cooked by student chefs in the community. 
09/15/22 11:58pm
Penn alumni Mindy and Jonathan Gray made the donation to establish and fund the Cancer Interception Institute to research early identification and prevention of breast cancer.
09/15/22 7:50pm
Co-founded by Wharton MBA students Breanna Atkinson and Jared Golestani in 2020, Kokada is a startup that produces sugar-free, gluten-free, and nut-free coconut spreads.
09/15/22 12:16am
Penn is one of the few medical schools in the country that provide a robust, four-year curriculum on palliative care.
09/15/22 12:13am
The Penn Women’s Center plans to have a permanent director by the end of the semester after Sherisse Laud-Hammond left last semester. 
09/15/22 12:12am
The committee was announced Tuesday and consists of 20 students, professors, and staff from across Penn.
09/14/22 11:53pm
The kickoff event was invitation-only and allowed student leaders across all twelve professional and graduate schools to meet each other and talk with administration.
09/14/22 11:51pm
Last March, the Penn Board of Trustees agreed to increase tuition to $81,340 in the 2022-23 school year, up 2.9% from $79,014 in the 2021-22 school year.
09/14/22 11:45pm
Several students shared their thoughts about the importance of the center, while others held up signs with messages like “No Funding = Loss of Culture Scholarship Discourse” and “The MEC is our Community”.
09/14/22 12:01am
There have been no cases at Penn this semester and the risk of an outbreak on campus remains “extremely low,” according to Penn Public Health and Wellbeing.
09/14/22 12:00am
The lecture series will take place on Sept. 14, starting at noon at the Benjamin Franklin statue in front of College Hall.
09/13/22 11:53pm
The event will take place in Houston Hall from noon to 1 p.m. and will host a Penn epidemiologist and a medical provider from Student Health and Counseling.
09/13/22 11:50pm
Starting in fall 2023, all eligible students at Princeton University will be exempt from paying all college-related expenses, including room and board.
09/13/22 11:48pm
Miller comes to Penn from Princeton University, where she spent four years as the associate dean for access, diversity, and inclusion at Princeton Graduate School.
09/13/22 11:29pm
The chewing gum, designed by the School of Dental Medicine researcher Henry Daniell, has the ability to block the transmission of COVID-19.