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10/20/19 8:52pm
The study found that white participants were less likely to blame all Muslims for terrorist attacks after reading about terror committed by white Europeans.
10/20/19 8:37pm
Engineering junior Claudia Detre, Engineering and Wharton sophomore Akash Jain, and Engineering sophomores Sydney Baker, Sarthak Jain, Ronak Bhagia, and Arnav Joshi are running to fill the vacant seats.
10/20/19 8:19pm
On October 4, the complainant reported being in a verbal altercation with the suspect, who then struck him in the head with a chair. 
10/20/19 7:59pm
The book details Fajgenbaum's research and experience with Castleman disease, which he was diagnosed with while enrolled in medical school. 
10/20/19 7:57pm
The course, "Archaeology in Pop Culture," will be offered as a freshman seminar taught by Anthropology professor Douglas Smit. 
10/20/19 6:17pm
The five-week project, called Curious Cabinets, required first-year architecture students to scan museum artifacts to develop 18 different 3D models for the installation.
10/19/19 2:11am
Greenfest is hosted each semester by the Student Sustainability Association at Penn, also known as SSAP, the umbrella organization for all student environmental groups on campus.
10/18/19 5:04am
The three-day conference began with a keynote address from historian Howard Dodson on the history and significance of the arrival of enslaved people to the United States. 
10/17/19 6:50pm
Hendrickson's friends, colleagues, and previous students filled the room to support him and hear about his newest work, "Plagued by Fire: The Dreams and Furies of Frank Lloyd Wright." 
10/16/19 11:58pm
Upon release, the Climate Action Plan 3.0 received considerable backlash from Fossil Free Penn, which argued the plan does not go far enough.
10/16/19 11:34pm
Schilling, who is a three-time World Series winner and six-time All-Star, has gained additional fame after retirement by becoming a conservative commentator. 
10/16/19 11:27pm
This is the second year that flu shots are free for all Penn students, a policy that SHS and Campus Health plan to continue in the future. 
10/16/19 10:22pm
In September 2018, administrators announced the new Second-Year Experience program, which will include sophomore-specific courses and celebrations as well as the new housing rule. Penn has since reaffirmed that on-campus housing will not include Greek housing.
10/16/19 9:04pm
For the past six months, nearly all five of the Undergraduate Assembly seats reserved for Engineering students have remained empty after multiple unsuccessful elections.
10/16/19 8:52pm
Patients who use online patient portals are twice as likely to have their blood pressure checked and 50% more likely to get a flu shot and get their cholesterol checked, the study reported.
10/16/19 7:39pm
The LSAT was administered digitally for the first time on Sept. 21, where students took the test with a tablet and a stylus.
10/16/19 7:10pm
The study, done in part by Penn Vet ethics and animal welfare professor James Serpell, examined 101 dog breeds and 131 genetic variants related to behavior.
10/16/19 5:44pm
The brief, co-authored in June, was presented to the Kansas Supreme Court last week.
10/16/19 12:35am
Panelists talked about inequality caused by climate change, investment in fossil fuels, and political and social responsibility.
10/15/19 11:28pm
During the event, she traced the history of the sanctuary policy and spoke about the current status for border migration.