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10/04/21 11:18pm
With 389,535 donors and more than 41,000 alumni giving for the first time, the Power of Penn Campaign exceeded its original goal of $4.1 billion.
10/04/21 8:33pm
Triple-negative breast cancers are aggressive and less commonly diagnosed subtypes of breast cancer that make up 10-20% of all breast cancers.
10/04/21 7:57pm
The free online courses, operating between September and December 2021, are conducted over Zoom and taught by Penn GSE students pursuing degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
10/04/21 7:55pm
FACT CHAMP aims to bring fact checkers and researchers together with communities to counter misinformation and hate speech. 
10/04/21 12:13am
The new housing policy is part of the Second-Year Experience, which includes special programming and a two-year on-campus housing requirement beginning with the Class of 2024. 
10/03/21 11:58pm
The march was organized by several Philadelphia community members, including Perelman School of Medicine students.
10/03/21 11:56pm
The program director said that Yale allowed donors to exert inappropriate influence on the program’s curriculum by agreeing to the creation of a predominantly conservative advisory board.
10/03/21 11:51pm
Construction for Amy Gutmann Hall, a data science building for research collaboration, is scheduled to be completed in 2024.
10/03/21 11:22pm
Members of the inaugural class of New College House West residents have the opportunity to shape the dorm's identity for years to come. 
10/03/21 9:15pm
Philadelphians joined thousands throughout the nation to protest in support of reproductive rights on Oct. 2. Here's what it looked like.
10/01/21 8:58pm
The group of demonstrators, part of the Key of David Christian Center, a non-denominational Christian Church, held signs and yelled homophobic slurs at passersby.
10/01/21 12:42am
The decision to eliminate gender as a qualification for membership comes after an “extensive strategic review” involving over 50 undergraduates and alumni of the 400-member Club.
10/01/21 12:34am
To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the business school is requiring all first-year MBA classes and some second-year MBA classes to take place online through Oct. 3.
10/01/21 12:29am
The award is part of a $1.5 million grant awarded to Penn and the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science at Tuskegee University.
09/30/21 11:47pm
Sustainability Director Nina Morris said a significant part of Climate Week programming was virtual to ensure that it reached beyond the University, and created a ripple effect throughout the Philadelphia community and in higher education as a whole.
09/30/21 12:12am
The Commission makes decisions about all construction projects and public art located on City property or funded by the City.
09/30/21 12:03am
The report found that tax rates on foreign income by multinationals would increase from 2.1 percent to 7.4 percent.
09/29/21 11:20pm
2022 Class Board President and College senior Sam Strickberger said that this year’s Hey Day will be like a typical one in all respects, including shirts, skimmers, and canes.
09/29/21 9:59pm
Path@Penn is set to contain a number of improvements to the outdated Penn InTouch system, including a cleaner interface, mobile device compatibility, and the ability to swap courses instead of adding and dropping courses.
09/29/21 9:41pm
The study found that among children living within two to three blocks of shootings, there was a significant increase in mental health-related Emergency Department visits.