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04/18/19 1:42am
To convert up to 30 meal swipes to Dining Dollars, students are required to sign up for a meal plan for the next year. 
04/18/19 12:19am
On April 9, on the 3900 block of Walnut Street, at about 8:00 p.m., the complainant reported juveniles surrounded her, grabbed her buttocks, and spat on her.
04/17/19 11:17pm
The Penn activist groups distributed flyers from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. around locations near Irvine Auditorium, Houston Hall and on Locust Walk. Meanwhile, a teach-in occurred at noon at the Perelman Quadrangle steps. 
04/17/19 10:52pm
In an interview with the DP, Bush spoke about bipartisanship solutions to climate change and the need for college students to rise up and take the lead.
04/17/19 7:54pm
Citizen, a company based in New York, designed an app to provide users with information about 911 emergencies in real time. The app launched in the Philadelphia area on April 16. 
04/17/19 7:02pm
The treatments were part of a clinical study at the Abramson Cancer Center applying CRISPR to cancer immunotherapy.
04/17/19 6:27pm
In her new role at Penn, Corby will manage teams of researchers and look for new treatments for oral cancer and other health conditions, 
04/17/19 1:01pm
The alert described the male suspect as wearing a black Champion sweatshirt with white stripes on the arms.
04/17/19 12:49am
At the summit, speakers presented a range of perspectives on combating climate change at the local, state, national, and international levels.
04/16/19 11:35pm
This year, six students required medical transportation to the hospital, a significant decrease from 15 in 2018 and 24 in 2017. 
04/16/19 10:32pm
This election cycle was the first affected by an amendment to the NEC’s Fair Practices Code which banned candidates from approaching potential voters with laptops.
04/16/19 10:02pm
In response to the petition, a University representative said Penn's current contributions are sufficient in helping the city and will not participate in PILOTs.
04/16/19 9:44pm
"All the blacks are almost gone! But we have to keep a few show ones around. Don't you agree?? Joking," the fake email read.
04/16/19 7:52pm
Sarah Bush, an associate professor at Yale University’s political science department, has been selected to be the 2019-2020 Perry World House Lightning Scholar. 
04/16/19 12:34am
At College Hall, Owens said the concepts behind the #MeToo movement once played a role in the lynching of blacks, called the notion that Republicans opposed civil rights a myth, and proclaimed blacks were being misled by the Democratic Party.
04/15/19 11:29pm
On April 11, a Penn security officer called local artist Tim Barton to ask if he removed his piece, titled "34 Years in the Making,"
04/15/19 9:52pm
Resources will include mentorship programs, advising sessions led by students before advance registration, and bonding events after the declaration of majors.
04/15/19 8:41pm
On March 30, at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, at about 1:43 a.m., a medical employee was assaulted by an Emergency Room patient.
04/15/19 7:23pm
The Pennsylvania Society is a nonpartisan charitable organization that honors an individual's achievements, excellence, leadership, and service with its annual Gold Medal. 
04/15/19 2:11pm
This semester, CIS 350 professor Chris Murphy began assigning mandatory biweekly readings and discussion posts on diversity and wellness in the technology industry.