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06/14/21 12:16am
The section has assembled approximately 12 members and is gearing up for performances at various Penn events in the fall.
06/13/21 11:41pm
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.
06/13/21 11:16pm
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.
06/13/21 10:15pm
Wingard graduated from the Graduate School of Education in 2000 and will be the first Black president of Temple.
06/10/21 12:43am
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. 
06/09/21 11:48pm
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.
06/09/21 11:27pm
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.
06/09/21 10:19pm
The emails advertised fake research, internship, and job opportunities and requested personal information from students who applied to them. 
06/09/21 10:17pm
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. 
06/09/21 9:43pm
Penn's Gene Therapy Program signed a lease with Discovery Labs, a company that leases biopharma space for life science research, on May 25, significantly expanding its life science research capacity.
06/09/21 7:34pm
A study done by Penn researchers found that the odor test can detect compounds found in pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells using blood samples from patients.
06/07/21 1:23am
The Fulbright Program, paid for by the United States government, funds up to 12 months of international experience for the award recipients.
06/07/21 1:04am
“The world needs more engineers, and I am proud to be Dean of a school that graduates outstanding engineers who are poised to have a tremendous impact on the world,” Kumar wrote in an emailed statement to the DP.
06/06/21 11:44pm
The three winning teams were awarded grants of up to $100,000 to implement projects that address eradicating or reducing racism, achieving educational equity, or reducing health disparities. 
06/06/21 11:29pm
The changes, which took effect on June 2, come as positive cases of the novel coronavirus have plunged to the lowest level in the city since fall 2020.
06/04/21 9:21pm
All offices, conference rooms, classrooms, and labs are available to use at full capacity, and PennOpen Pass will no longer be used to enter buildings.
06/02/21 11:27pm
The study found that the labor productivity of children who participated in online learning due to COVID-19 school closures decreased. 
06/02/21 7:02pm
Together for West Philadelphia, a health equity nonprofit, gifted $72,000 to the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium to provide free COVID-19 tests and vaccines to communities most impacted by the pandemic.
06/02/21 6:10pm
In a joint letter signed by students from 49 other U.S. universities, Penn Chinese intl. students criticized Trump's Presidential Proclamation 10043.
06/01/21 5:15pm
Penn is the fourth Ivy League institution — following Brown, Columbia, and Yale — to require that its employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine.