The event covered the importance of young people getting vaccinated, vaccine equity, and the pandemic's impact on the mental health of Generation Z.
The hour-long webinar was hosted to commemorate Juneteenth and discussed racism as a power construct and the power of an individual to challenge racial ideas and structures.
The 2021 Penn Campus Report analyzed how students' answers to the matching questionnaire varied based on gender, class year, major, and political affiliation.
It is the 15th consecutive year that the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been ranked among the nation's top children's hospitals.
Penn has partnered with the City of Philadelphia to sponsor a lottery of cash prizes of up to $50,000 awarded to residents for getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
In real time, The Daily Pennsylvanian is tracking the fall 2021 vaccine requirement policies at over 200 U.S. colleges across each of the 50 states.
Penn Medicine’s new digital tool, MyChart Bedside, allows inpatients to view their upcoming procedures and tests, the medications they will be receiving, and their treatment providers.
Black Restaurant Week, an event that showcases Black-owned restaurants and culinary businesses in the city, took place from June 4 to June 13.
Researchers found that people 18- to 24-years-old who use cellphones while driving are more likely to engage in other impulsive behaviors, establishing a link between impulsivity and car crashes.
The move marks the first time in well over a year that students, faculty, and staff will not be required to wear a mask indoors at Penn, a monumental step towards Penn's plan of holding a fully in-person, on-campus fall semester.
Several students remain concerned about the enforcement of new mask-wearing regulations and the impact they will have on the West Philadelphia community.
The section has assembled approximately 12 members and is gearing up for performances at various Penn events in the fall.
The statement, released on May 19, has been signed by nearly 330 members of the Penn community and 28 Penn groups and Philadelphia-based organizations.
The PennMed instructors created the virtual course to help the general public understand the science behind mRNA vaccines and encourage people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Wingard graduated from the Graduate School of Education in 2000 and will be the first Black president of Temple.
After taking a year away from school, many of these now members of the Class of 2025 said they are optimistic about the upcoming semester.
Students are concerned the vaccine mandate could force international students to move to the United States earlier and cause them to miss New Student Orientation activities and in-person classes.
The conference will take place virtually from Aug. 4 to 6 and will feature guest speakers such as celebrity doctor Bill Dorfman and workshop events.
The emails advertised fake research, internship, and job opportunities and requested personal information from students who applied to them.
Dennis Ronel's accident prompted an outpouring of support from family, friends, and Penn alumni, and reignited criticisms of pedestrian safety on Penn's campus.