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02/16/21 3:30am
When MERT arrives at the scene of an emergency, they screen the patients for COVID-19 symptoms from a distance before approaching to administer care. 
02/16/21 2:25am
The arrival of many international first years on to campus this spring was filled with obstacles, as the closure of consulates abroad last year blocked students' ability to obtain a student visa necessary to enter the country. 
02/15/21 11:48pm
Without its physical presence in Huntsman Hall and Van Pelt Dietrich Library, the group faced some initial challenges in the fall semester.
02/15/21 10:48pm
Authors of the study focused on contributing factors to the disparities, including lack of access to breastfeeding resources, disparities in culture-based care, and stereotyping in the industry.
02/15/21 10:02pm
Even amid the overall lack of increase in donations, Penn received several large donations during the previous academic year.
02/15/21 12:53pm
The change is intended to complement Penn's Second Year Experience program, which requires sophomores to live in on-campus housing starting in fall 2021.
02/15/21 2:40am
Penn received a record increase in international applicants for the Class of 2025, even as international student enrollment in the United States saw a drastic decrease this year amid the pandemic. 
02/15/21 2:38am
The DP spoke to seven professors about their takeaways on a virtual education.
02/15/21 1:19am
At the panel Penn Law School professor Dorothy Roberts proposed incremental steps to reform the criminal justice system.
02/15/21 12:20am
Penn President Amy Gutmann discussed the ethical and practical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic at a virtual event on Thursday.
02/15/21 12:16am
Around 20% of Saturday's vaccines were reserved for those who lacked internet access to register online for an appointment.
02/14/21 11:37pm
CAPS onboarded three new hires who will serve as clinicians and one who will join the Student Health Service behavioral health consulting program.
02/13/21 5:00pm
The Senate voted to acquit Trump in his second impeachment trial on — falling short of the two-thirds majority needed for conviction.
02/12/21 9:14pm
The decision comes days after the Perelman School of Medicine recommended that faculty pause in-person undergraduate research due to rising COVID-19 cases on campus.
02/11/21 2:28am
Four of Penn's political groups detail how they are gearing up for a hybrid approach to event-hosting and community building this semester.
02/11/21 1:10am
Restaurants will have to follow new ventilation standards that require air to circulate 15 times per hour.
02/11/21 1:08am
All club members will participate in a two-week boot camp to learn design or development before they begin working on a semester-long project. 
02/11/21 12:02am
Some students are reporting inadequate and confusing meal policies and violations of safety guidelines.
02/10/21 11:22pm
Cortes' chief objectives are to implement programming that connects Penn's Latinx community with the greater Philadelphia Latinx community, and also to turn the cultural center into a Black affirming space so all students can feel welcome. 
02/10/21 10:55pm
The Summer Funding Program will offer financial aid to students with an annual family income of $65,000 to $140,000 to pursue summer internships.