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11/25/19 12:26am
The LGBT Center held a series of vigils on Locust Walk in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20. 
11/24/19 11:44pm
According to the 2019 Action Plan for Faculty Excellence and Diversity, 35% of University standing faculty are female and over 8% are underrepresented minorities. 
11/24/19 11:20pm
The group will talk about how to foster research and teaching of climate change worldwide, in addition to discussing how Penn could be more sustainable.
11/24/19 11:04pm
As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City. 
11/24/19 10:59pm
Frutero was founded by MBA students Vedant Saboo and Mike Weber, who said they met each other on the first day of classes last year.
11/24/19 10:55pm
U.S. District Judge Robert Scola ruled that Esformes must pay $5 million to the Medicare system, $39 million to the U.S. government, and $617,000 to cover the costs of his incarceration.
11/24/19 10:04pm
Previously, Little Baby's occupied a location in Franklin's Table on Walnut Street, which closed down earlier this year. 
11/24/19 10:00pm
All of Penn’s partner universities in Hong Kong suspended in-person coursework and shifted to an online setting for the rest of the term.
11/24/19 9:58pm
Binti Hasbullah and Damianos bring Penn's total number of Rhodes Scholars to 30. This is the third year in a row that Penn students have won the scholarship.
11/24/19 3:28pm
"Body Reclamation Week" featured documentary screenings, workshops, and discussions on bodily autonomy, fatphobia, ableism, and trauma. 
11/22/19 12:13am
On Nov. 10, the complainant, a hospital employee, was struck by the defendant, who was a patient. 
11/21/19 11:48pm
Two suspects entered the store with handguns and took money.
11/21/19 9:11pm
The course was spearheaded by the Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board following student demand.
11/21/19 8:58pm
The researchers compared counties' cardiovascular mortality rates to their scores on the Distressed Communities Index, a measure of economic activity. 
11/21/19 8:40pm
The study found little evidence to support the idea that the increased diversity benefited Trump relative to past Republican candidates. 
11/21/19 8:39pm
The study, published Nov. 20 in JAMA Surgery, looked at 183 gunshot wound patients who had been brought to Penn’s trauma center.  
11/21/19 8:22pm
The researchers explored intergenerational reciprocity, or the idea people develop a sense of obligation towards future generations by reflecting on the sacrifices made by past generations. 
11/20/19 11:27pm
Earlier this month, Penn's Division of Public Safety received Security Magazine’s Security 500 award for the No. 1 Public Safety program in higher education for the 13th year in a row. 
11/20/19 10:52pm
Host Derek Nhieu, who is also the Class Board 2023 president, said he wants to bring a new focus to talking about challenging topics such as mental health and adversity.  
11/20/19 10:32pm
LGBT Center volunteers hung up transgender flags on Locust Walk in front of Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, featuring black and brown stripes in the middle to signify the disproportionate violence against people of color.