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04/08/19 10:43pm
The project was a part of MGMT 203's “Swag Day,” in which teams of students have to bring in an item or experience they obtained for free. 
04/08/19 10:24pm
This report follows the ongoing outbreak at Temple in addition to isolated cases at Penn and Drexel. 
04/08/19 8:08pm
Philadelphia might implement a fee for driving in congested areas depending on the outcome of New York City's similar plans for 2020. 
04/08/19 6:46pm
Scrapping the early decision student preview day, ConnectEd, this past February, Penn Admissions is changing the Quaker Days model – inviting ED students to join regular decision students on April 8, 10, and 17. 
04/08/19 2:04am
The symposium, which was a two-day event consisting of panels by historians and presentations by students, took place on April 3 and 4 and was co-hosted by the Program on Race, Science, and Society. 
04/08/19 1:13am
On March 23, on the 4000 block of Ludlow Street, at about 11 a.m., the complainant reported that his parked vehicle was damaged and had footprints on the hood, windshield, and roof.
04/08/19 12:53am
Penn will now be able to expand its funding efforts towards more students who seek financial support over the summer.
04/07/19 11:45pm
A group of Penn students created a Facebook event titled 'Stand Against Miguel at Fling' to protest the a prior sexual assault allegation, which SPEC says it was not aware of when the group selected the Fling headliner.
04/07/19 10:49pm
Attendees heard a presentation from Black Lunch Table, an organization that encourages dialogue on topics that affect artists of color. 
04/07/19 10:23pm
The source of the outage is unknown, but a PECO spokesperson said the company is working to restore power as soon as possible. 
04/07/19 9:52pm
The week featured free classes at Pottruck, workshops on topics like nutrition and self-affirmation, the launch of the “Dear Penn Freshmen” letters, and free donuts on Locust Walk. 
04/07/19 8:18pm
The summit was organized by the Penn Society of Psychedelic Science, an interdisciplinary student group dedicated to building an academic community around studying psychedelics.
04/07/19 10:16am
Students in the class learn about classic epics from the West, such as "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey," and epics from the East, including "Gilgamesh" and "Ramayana."  
04/05/19 9:00pm
Philip Esformes was convicted of 20 federal charges, including bribery, after being charged with 26 counts. With over $1.3 billion in fraudulent Medicare and Medicaid claims, Esformes’ trial marked the largest health care fraud case ever charged by the federal government.
04/05/19 5:37pm
The event consisted of a rally on College Green, a march around campus, a survivor speak-out at Houston Hall, and a debrief at the Penn Women’s Center at the end of the night. 
04/05/19 4:05pm
On April 4, hundreds of students, faculty, and peers gathered for Take Back the Night, an international movement and protest against sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence, and all other forms of sexual violence.
04/05/19 2:17pm
The new energy building, which will be located on 32nd and Walnut streets next to David Rittenhouse Laboratory, will provide research spaces for both SAS and Penn Engineering.
04/05/19 12:21am
Panelists discussed topics ranging from the definition and future of fintech to the role of cryptocurrency and platforms like Cash App in a changing financial scene.  
04/04/19 9:40pm
College junior Brian Goldstein will also serve as vice president of the UA.
04/04/19 12:49am
Curry's presidential opponent, current UA Treasurer Natasha Menon, and UA President Michael Krone confirmed that funds went toward a social event, but said the UA did not violate any rules.