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10/19/20 11:01pm
Two Penn professors were recently awarded a four-year, $4.5 million grant to develop a model of the female reproductive system. The National Institutes of Health grant will fund the creation of the Penn Center for Multi-scale Molecular Mapping of the Female Reproductive System.
10/18/20 11:45pm
To improve Penn's climate impact, the participants will create a proposal for one of the following categories: academics, utilities and operations, physical environment, and purchasing and transportation.
10/18/20 11:26pm
Huntsman previously served as governor of Utah and ambassador to Singapore, China, and Russia.
10/18/20 11:25pm
The onset of the pandemic left many low-income residents unable to pay rent. 
10/18/20 11:21pm
First-year enrollment has dropped 16% overall and nearly 25% at community colleges.
10/18/20 11:19pm
The move comes days after Princeton University announced a settlement to address pay inequity. 
10/18/20 11:18pm
Restaurants may now erect tents and canopies of pliable material without a building permit.
10/18/20 11:15pm
The research accounted for not only deaths due to COVID-19, but also deaths that stemmed from compromised economic, social, and healthcare circumstances during the pandemic.
10/18/20 11:11pm
The contact tracing program has been in place for years to deal with mumps outbreaks. The University expanded and reworked the program to make it more efficient in the larger-scale pandemic. 
10/18/20 11:10pm
Penn Dems hosts a convention each presidential election year for other collegiate Democratic clubs. The event continued this year virtually.
10/18/20 11:10pm
The principles will establish a statement of values regarding racial and social justice composed through dialogue among the communities of teachers, students, alumni, staff, and Philadelphia residents that constitute KWH. 
10/18/20 11:07pm
The online course consists of six Canvas modules spanning 20 hours that focus on Penn and Philadelphia's history of structural racism, implicit bias, allyship, gender identity, and healthcare equity. 
10/18/20 10:34pm
The store will feature a beer and wine shop, indoor and outdoor seating, and a third Starbucks location within a seven-block radius, according to Acme Communications and Public Affairs Manager Dana Ward.
10/18/20 8:04pm
In front of a socially distanced crowd of a couple dozen Penn students, community members, and campaign staff, Yang delivered an urgent plea for young Americans to vote this fall. He also spoke with the DP about the Asian American electorate and what Biden's win would mean for his universal basic income plan.
10/16/20 12:06am
Biden is currently on an unpaid leave of absence from the University, but remains the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor, and has established the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. 
10/16/20 12:02am
Cocoa Press, Weinstein's chocolate printing business, builds and sells 3D chocolate printers to customers wanting to create unique chocolate designs. 
10/15/20 11:44pm
While most Penn professors and student leaders recognized the need for stricter gun control in the city, some questioned the lawsuit's ultimate effectiveness on the issue.
10/15/20 11:22pm
The Penn Park Farm and its greenhouse, located at the southernmost tip of Penn Park, welcomed its first harvest of more than 300 pounds of cold weather produce such as kale, spinach, lettuce, and cabbage in September. 
10/15/20 9:40pm
On Wednesday, the board of governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education unanimously voted to continue on with the plan, even as the faculty union warns that more than 300 members might lose their jobs by next year.
10/15/20 9:38pm
The panel also featured Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan, former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile, and 2005 College graduate and Washington Post White House reporter Ashley Parker.