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02/25/20 10:41pm
Horowitz has served as interim director of PWH since July 2019 and will succeed PWH’s founding director, Penn Law professor William Burke-White.
02/25/20 9:25pm
Artificial Intelligence for Business will be the first course to be fully dedicated to studying AI in a business context.
02/25/20 7:57pm
The identity of Penn’s foreign donors remains unclear in many cases, but some include Chinese banks, foreign pharmaceutical countries, and Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
02/25/20 7:00pm
The City of Philadelphia alleged that Catholic Social Services violated the city's nondiscrimination laws by refusing to provide adoption services to same-sex couples.
02/25/20 6:41pm
At Vox, Legend will advise the company on strategic growth and venturing into new business opportunities and participate in regular board meetings.
02/24/20 8:30pm
This year's conference, which was held at The Study at University City, marked the first time that the event was not held on Penn's campus.
02/23/20 10:39pm
Cyntoia Brown-Long and other formerly incarcerated individuals and criminal justice advocates discussed criminal justice reform at Saturday's inaugural BARS conference. 
02/23/20 10:24pm
Temple Student Health Services wrote in an email that they are working with students that may have come in contact with the patients to prevent the virus from spreading, NBC10 Philadelphia reported. 
02/23/20 10:22pm
The group's executive board voted unanimously to endorse five candidates to represent Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives: Dwight Evans (PA-03), Madeleine Dean (PA-04), Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-05), Conor Lamb (PA-17), and Eugene DePasquale (PA-10).
02/23/20 10:00pm
Disability Advocacy @ Penn aims to strengthen Penn’s disability community and work with University administrators to improve services for students with a range of physical and cognitive disabilities.
02/23/20 9:54pm
The initiative's focus is to make sure students know that they can get PrEP for free through the Penn Student Insurance Plan or at a reduced cost through SHS. 
02/23/20 9:49pm
PaperMill is a food truck that specializes in fresh Asian foods such as their signature "Spurritos," spring roll burritos wrapped in rice paper and stuffed with protein and vegetables. 
02/23/20 9:44pm
Located on 45th and Walnut streets, new independent bookstore Making Worlds aims to share the stories and ideas of marginalized groups, as well as foster a space for community bonding.
02/23/20 9:38pm
Painter, who worked for former President George W. Bush, said ethical norms are declining under 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump's presidency.
02/23/20 7:24pm
The researchers noted that appointment adherence is important for treating age-related macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of vision loss in individuals over 50.
02/23/20 7:23pm
Licht, who is in his 43rd year at Penn, has served as Civic House's Faculty Director since 2002.
02/21/20 9:37pm
In fiscal year 2019, Penn received $11.3 million, followed by the University of Washington School of Nursing with $11 million.
02/21/20 9:36pm
The Free Library of Philadelphia eliminated overdue fines on Feb. 14.
02/21/20 9:35pm
Kraidy is currently the associate dean of the Annenberg School for Communication. He will assume his new position at Northwestern on July 1.
02/20/20 9:32pm
In this weeks crime log, thefts from Wawa and CVS, a fire incident on Locust, and two assaults.