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01/24/23 10:56pm
Students who are constituents of Santos told the DP that the Congressman is "a shameful representation of our district."
01/24/23 9:42pm
The analysis found that Penn has only 24 days off this academic year out of all weekdays, reading days, and exam days in the school year.
01/24/23 11:22am
The Perelman School of Medicine, ranked No. 6 in 2023, follows withdrawals from the U.S. News rankings by other graduate schools within the past year.
01/23/23 11:03pm
Ryan Torres has previously walked from Locust Walk to New York City and cycled across America.
01/23/23 10:59pm
Student groups plan Lunar New Year festivities, with hopes for the University to initiate celebrations on its own. 
01/23/23 9:33pm
The 25 selected ASPIRE scholars will receive interactive educational sessions, on-site exposure, and mentorship opportunities.
01/23/23 8:59pm
The College of Physicians apologized for its affiliation with the Penn dermatology professor who conducted medical experiments on inmates. 
01/23/23 8:56pm
The merger, which will take effect in January 2024, will allow St. Joe’s to add over 20 nursing and allied health programs to its curriculum.
01/22/23 10:12pm
Penn Carey Law, which most recently ranked sixth in the U.S. News rankings, previously described them as “unnecessarily secretive and contrary to important parts of our mission.”
01/22/23 10:11pm
The organization’s mission is to reduce the boundaries that minorities face to entering the financial services and business industries. 
01/22/23 10:10pm
Changes include smoothies at breakfast, all-day breakfast sandwiches at Gourmet Grocer, more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and more made-to-order pasta. 
01/22/23 9:51pm
Two of the current mayoral candidates have also graduated from the University.
01/22/23 9:07pm
Yale announced new mental policies following student, faculty, and alumni criticism of the withdrawal policies.
01/19/23 10:49pm
The investigation found that museums across the US hold more than 110,000 Native American remains, despite a 1990 federal law. 
01/19/23 10:26pm
The 2023 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings feature eight Penn professors among 200 total scholars. 
01/19/23 9:26pm
The festivities will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. and will include activities such as open bouldering on the rock wall, bench press and free throw competitions, and a spin class.
01/19/23 9:03pm
Minouche Shafik, who served as a Visiting Associate Professor at Wharton in January 1996 to June 1996, will assume the presidency on July 1.
01/18/23 9:47pm
Representatives from College Republicans, Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America, and Penn Dems hope to focus on the Philadelphia mayoral race and increasing engagement within the Penn community.
01/18/23 9:37pm
ChatGPT, which was developed by OpenAI, can complete tasks like writing essays or code and solving math problems.
01/18/23 9:19pm
The applicant pool consists of over 3,000 more applicants than the Class of 2025, which previously held Penn's all-time high number of applications.