The app, called Monet, allows users to send drawings to each other to start a conversation instead of swiping left or right on profiles.
All patrons must comply with Penn's COVID-19 testing protocols, show a confirmed reservation, and show a green PennOpen Pass in order to enter the library.
SCUE releases a White Paper every five years recommending long-term changes to Penn's academic policies. This year's paper was set to be released in 2020, but was delayed due to COVID-19.
All classes will be held online, and select dining halls will remain open on Monday.
The seat, which retiring Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) is leaving open, will be incredibly important for both parties to win in the midterms
Cutter & Buck has a license with the University to manufacture sportswear and golf apparel featuring Penn’s logo, but no Penn-branded apparel was produced under forced labor conditions.
PCV plans to host speakers and events to educate and excite students about climate topics such as energy, agriculture, and waste this semester.
After spending three years in the attic on the third floor of the Greenfield Intercultural Center, the FGLI library will now operate through a new arrangement with Penn Libraries.
Professor Anne Berg, who teaches history, was serving as a legal observer when a police officer lunged at her and struck her with a baton.
Three Republican lawmakers are targeting Penn over its close-knit relationship with the president.
Deans' discouragement towards the pass/fail grading option has left students feeling disheartened with Penn's attitude towards mental health.
Students and University employees expressed frustration with campus mailrooms' recent delays in package delivery.
The University reported 104 positive cases during the week of Jan. 17 to Jan. 23.
Panelists discussed the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities of color, as well as racial inequity in COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Students and professors expressed a sense of optimism towards the Biden-Harris administration as they look forward to the reversal of several Trump-era policies.
Crumbling under the daily burden of enforcing campus safety guidelines, remaining RAGAs are worried about contracting COVID-19 without receiving vaccine prioritization, increased pay, or more frequent testing.
"We cannot definitively say where this water came from," FRES Executive Director of Operations and Maintenance Faramarz Vakili wrote in a statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
The University maintains the closure will not decrease Penn's testing capacity, Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Penn President Amy Gutmann introduced the event by condemning former President Donald Trump for inciting a riot at the Capitol and urging audience members to remember King's legacy as a guide.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with multiple students who have survived COVID-19. Here are their stories.