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11/09/23 1:04am
According to a press release, Makhija — who also has served as President of IMPACT, a national South Asian civic organization — is the first-ever Indian American and Asian American elected county commissioner.
11/08/23 10:46pm
“I don’t experience my colleagues, for example, within the University as antisemitic, but I recognize that many of the activities that are happening right now would lead to that impression," James said at the event.
11/08/23 10:40pm
The DP sat down with the founders to talk about their story and their hopes for the company. 
11/08/23 10:17pm
These guidelines constitute Penn’s first university-wide policy for the use of artificial intelligence programs.
11/08/23 9:06pm
Justice and Peck spoke at Irvine Auditorium on Nov. 7 as part of Penn’s Social Planning and Events Committee Connaissance, an organization dedicated to bringing keynote speakers to Penn. 
11/08/23 1:08am
Parker, a former Philadelphia city councilmember and Pennsylvania state representative, faced Republican candidate David Oh and emerged as the winner with 74% of the vote.
11/08/23 1:04am
Both programs are accessed via weekly emails that are sent directly to students which include PDF lessons including a variety of media.
11/07/23 9:23pm
Individuals can now pay their fare for SEPTA’s services by tapping a credit card, mobile wallet, or the SEPTA key card. 
11/07/23 8:48pm
Team IMPACT pairs children who are a part of the organization with local college sports teams. 
11/07/23 8:39pm
Gresham currently serves as the senior vice president and chief operating officer of Network Practices at Mount Sinai Health System, a position she has been in since 2021. 
11/07/23 8:15am
President Liz Magill has previously condemned the Hamas attack on Israel and antisemitism on campus in multiple statements to the Penn community.
11/07/23 12:02am
Philadelphia will choose its 100th Mayor, either Republican David Oh or Democrat Cherelle Parker.
11/07/23 12:00am
Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America shared their preparations, plans, and endorsements ahead of Election Day.
11/06/23 11:41pm
Tropical Smoothie Cafe joins Playa Bowls and Gong Cha, which both opened in June, as new restaurant offerings in University City.
11/06/23 10:47pm
The virtual reality video aims to educate the public on how to use Narcan through an accessible, immersive training experience. 
11/06/23 9:23pm
Drone Club at Penn is open to students of all backgrounds, regardless of their previous experiences with engineering, coding, and electronics.
11/06/23 8:36pm
Initially launched on Valentine's Day last year, Crushes was first available exclusively to Wharton MBA students  
11/06/23 7:58pm
71% of those surveyed agreed that vaccines approved in the United States are safe, a decrease from 77% in April 2021.
11/06/23 4:12pm
Penn's Division of Public Safety was notified of the threats and conducted safety sweeps of Penn Hillel and Lauder College House.
11/05/23 8:19pm
The SAS Dean’s Office announced “Living the Hard Promise: A Dialogue Series” and reaffirmed its commitment to open expression in an email to the Penn community on Nov. 2.