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11/18/19 11:53pm
Beginning in August, Penn renovated the building with new wall coverings, couches and chairs, and signage that points to the cultural resource centers located in the basement. 
11/18/19 11:47pm
The paper argues machine learning can be used in many climate change related areas including energy production, CO2 removal, and solar geoengineering. 
11/18/19 10:18pm
University City District Safety Ambassador Brianna Murray was commended for helping rescue occupants from a burning building this summer.
11/18/19 9:24pm
The new building is managed by University Realty, which operates five other properties for Penn students on Chestnut and Walnut streets.
11/18/19 4:56pm
The donation, made by 1980 College graduate Harlan Stone, is the largest in the history of the school.
11/18/19 3:28pm
The school will be changing its short-form name to "Penn Carey Law" in the 2022 to 2023 school year.
11/18/19 1:40am
Since the survey results were published, the University added an associate director position to Penn Violence Prevention, expanding the office to a total of four staffers.
11/18/19 1:17am
A law student at Penn swiftly claimed the original @PennLaw Twitter handle and turned it into a parody account.
11/17/19 9:39pm
The app — “This App Saves Lives” — offers rewards for safe driving in the Philadelphia region that can be redeemed at popular restaurants.
11/17/19 9:37pm
The store is located in the Northern Liberties neighborhood north of Center City, and sells products from local vendors such as High Street and Claudio Specialty Foods.
11/17/19 9:14pm
Since 2017 the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities has been planning on creating a minor in environmental humanities, which was recently approved. 
11/17/19 9:06pm
Many freshmen said they feel Take Your Professor to Lunch could be better adapted to freshmen through increased advertising and allowing larger groups to participate. 
11/17/19 9:04pm
The groups showed the film “The Honest Struggle,” which follows the life of Sadiq Davis when he was released from prison in 2013 after spending over 25 years behind bars.  
11/17/19 8:22pm
Penn students who work on-campus jobs say they can no longer automatically set their hours in Workday and they do not receive notifications for deadlines to submit their hours, features that were previously provided through "eTimeSheets." 
11/17/19 8:16pm
The Penn Wharton Budget Model revealed Thursday that the tax could cause the nation’s annual economic growth to decrease by 0.2 percentage points each year over ten years. 
11/17/19 6:36pm
The announcement comes just three months after Huntsman Jr. announced his resignation from his position as the United States ambassador to Russia.
11/15/19 1:46am
Sambanis, founder and faculty director of the Penn Identity and Conflict Lab, shared his research on the question of whether shared norms and ideas can reduce ethnic discrimination. 
11/15/19 12:46am
Chieng first performed a comedy routine and later took questions from the audience about his career path and his experiences as an Asian American in contemporary media. 
11/14/19 11:01pm
English professor Whitney Trettien said the new course will serve as a softer entry point for humanities students to learn how to apply tools and technologies to 'big picture' questions.
11/14/19 12:50am
The weekly seminar — Jewish Executive Track — brings in Jewish executives and managing directors to speak about their experiences in the business world.