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04/22/22 12:24am
The waivers will help millions of borrowers move toward loan forgiveness.
04/22/22 12:20am
The Soros Fellowship gives grants to immigrants or children of immigrants pursuing graduate education in the United States.
04/22/22 12:19am
The announcement comes at a time of widespread turnover among administration for high-profile universities — several other presidents are also stepping down from their positions.
04/21/22 11:43pm
At the April 14 ceremony, awards were given to UPPD police officers, PennComm Operations Center personnel, Penn Patrol security guards, and graduating seniors in Penn MERT. 
04/21/22 10:35pm
FFP's demands include Penn's public condemnation of the fossil fuel industry, defunding the University's Police Department, and banning oil and gas companies from job recruitment programming.
04/21/22 10:31pm
In an email sent to students and alumni of Penn Hillel, Sorgeloos announced that she is leaving Penn to start a new job as a consultant for a nonprofit organization in Washington.
04/21/22 7:58pm
The program provides one-on-one mentoring opportunities where Penn student "bigs" meet with their "littles" at their Philadelphia school for lunch once a week. 
04/21/22 12:53am
The University stands to benefit from Wilson's empire of biotechnology companies, which have received hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital financing. 
04/20/22 11:42pm
Williamson, a nationally acclaimed author of 13 books, is also a progressive political activist and founder of several nonprofit organizations.
04/20/22 11:06pm
The prizes are awarded annually to Penn seniors for the development and undertaking of a post-graduation project that aims to positively impact the world.
04/20/22 10:30pm
Beginning at 9 a.m., students and faculty who have signed up for 10-minute slots will take turns reading aloud until the book is finished.
04/20/22 9:14am
The party was scheduled to start at 10 p.m., and at 11:15 p.m., students were heard screaming while several individuals threw eggs at students that burst upon impact on their faces, body, hair, and clothes.
04/20/22 9:10am
Administrators wrote on the COVID-19 Dashboard that new transmissions continue to be primarily associated with social gatherings, such as parties, and household exposures. 
04/20/22 12:47am
SEPTA's decision — prompted by a federal judge striking down the national mask mandate for public transportation and ruling that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its authority — was announced Monday.
04/20/22 12:34am
Wolf also plans to give $1.25 billion to all 500 districts to distribute equal funding to Pennsylvania's most struggling school districts.
04/20/22 12:33am
The colloquium will provide a space for policymakers and thinkers to discuss how international global policy can prepare for the impacts of climate change and its effect on countries at risk.
04/19/22 10:20pm
Students reported having hopes that Path@Penn would improve on Penn InTouch — only to be disappointed with difficulties in the advance registration process.
04/19/22 8:49am
Yale argued that they have used a different method for calculating financial aid than the other accused schools for the past 14 years.
04/19/22 8:48am
The mandate, which was announced last week and went into effect on April 18, made Philadelphia the first major city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate following an uptick in COVID-19 cases. 
04/18/22 11:25pm
Penn political groups are ensuring students are registered to vote before Pennsylvania's May 2 deadline for the upcoming primary.