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11/03/19 5:48pm
Shannon Phillips oversaw the Starbucks on 18th and Spruce streets, where two black men were arrested on suspicion of trespassing for declining to leave the store while waiting for an acquaintance. 
11/02/19 8:57pm
The program was inspired by the United Nations’ declaration of 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages.  
11/01/19 2:26pm
The Walnut Street location opened in April 2010. At the time, Flay told The Daily Pennsylvanian that Philadelphia was a "gutsy town" that he "likes a lot." 
10/30/19 9:59pm
Managed by Penn Labs, Penn Course Plan compiles the information from Penn Course Review and Penn InTouch all on one webpage.  
10/30/19 9:46pm
The diversity training covered topics like privilege, microaggressions, and biases, and included interactive games for the participants.
10/30/19 9:46pm
At the forum, held at the LGBT Center, students criticized Penn for the lack of significant change from the last AAU survey in 2015 to the report that was released earlier this month.
10/30/19 9:31pm
The panel is the start of a two-day conference which according to organizers is the “first ever” nationally to focus explicitly on the philosophy of finance.  
10/30/19 8:45pm
History and law professor Sarah Barringer Gordon, philosophy and education professor Karen Detlefsen, and the director of the Penn's Rare Book and Manuscript Library David McKnight all received grants to fund collaborative research projects. 
10/30/19 8:34pm
Researchers from Penn Medicine have developed an algorithm that flags patients that are "high priority" for having these conversations, which typically involve the treatment a patient receives at the end of their life.
10/30/19 7:54pm
Dizengoff is a small Philadelphia chain serving Israeli-inspired hummus with an array of toppings, from tabouleh to beets to chicken.
10/30/19 7:50pm
The program will focus on wellness, service, and citizenship education.
10/30/19 7:46pm
Researchers from Penn Medicine published a paper addressing ethical concerns regarding brain organoid research. The paper clarifies the physical capabilities of brain organoids and calls on researchers to follow ethical guidelines in conducting research.
10/30/19 7:45pm
The center's location will grant people in central Pennsylvania easy access to the most innovative forms of proton cancer therapy, for which they previously would have to travel to Philadelphia, chair of radiation oncology at Penn and head of the Roberts Proton Therapy Center James Metz said.
10/29/19 11:46pm
The lecture, titled “A New Authoritarianism: Egypt in the Age of al-Sisi,” was organized by Penn’s Middle East Center. 
10/29/19 11:46pm
One panelist at the event was Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a think tank deemed a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
10/29/19 10:58pm
Zakin and Weisberg discussed their book “How to Skimm Your Life,” a New York Times bestseller that provides insight into personal finance, stress management, and career-building. 
10/29/19 9:34pm
The Center for Sustainable Separations of Metals, under the leadership of Penn Chemistry professor Eric Schelter, will focus on recovering and separating metals for environmental and economic sustainability.
10/29/19 9:33pm
Penn tied with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and fell behind Harvard and Stanford Universities in program rankings.
10/29/19 9:01pm
The paper, titled "Making Consumer Finance Work," focused on several Obama-era policies, such as the establishment of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. 
10/29/19 8:59pm
According to a 2019 report, more than 98% of the 664 graduates seeking employment received job offers.