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10/27/21 2:37pm
Students who have not received a COVID-19 test since Oct. 19 are in danger of receiving red passes and have until Oct. 30 to get tested.
10/27/21 1:00am
Students who receive testing accommodations are frustrated by an alleged lack of communication and organization from Penn’s Weingarten Learning Resources Center and Disability Services as they have transitioned to in-person exams.
10/27/21 12:59am
The dust is entering students' rooms through their windows and accumulating in their air conditioning units, causing it to blow throughout the room when the air conditioner is turned on.
10/27/21 12:39am
PPU, which organizes monthly debates on a range of relevant political topics, asked participants to debate the statement: “Implementing a Green New Deal in the United States would be a mistake.” 
10/27/21 12:34am
Researchers at the Penn Injury Science Center will advise and monitor the partnership in West and Southwest Philadelphia.
10/27/21 12:32am
Original Medicare been found to have a gap in ACSC hospitalizations between Black and white patients, but until this research, there was hope that Medicare Advantage private plans would narrow the divide.
10/26/21 1:01am
Penn community members, including the South Asia Studies Department and some faculty members, disputed the complaint. 
10/26/21 12:31am
One of the most commonly reported issues is professors who aren’t accommodating students who must miss in-person classes due to health reasons.
10/26/21 12:28am
Water from the sprinkler leaked into multiple dorms early Wednesday morning, with the fifth floor — where the sprinkler turned on — facing the brunt of the damage.
10/25/21 11:53pm
The environmental interventions include tree planting and rehabilitating abandoned houses, while the economic interventions will involve connecting participants to food and unemployment benefits.
10/25/21 9:08pm
While the drug can treat parasitic conditions in small doses, according to the FDA, current data has not shown that it is safe or effective against COVID-19.
10/25/21 9:03pm
Center City, however, has not seen the same increase because many workers have not returned to their in-person workplaces.
10/25/21 8:57pm
Orkin, a pest control company, created the list based on the number of new commercial and residential rodent treatments it performed between Sept. 15, 2020 and Sept. 15, 2021.
10/25/21 12:51am
The drill is an opportunity for MERT to work with outside organizations and prepare for medical emergencies that could occur on campus.
10/25/21 12:50am
The findings from the Annenberg researchers indicate that mandates work to improve vaccination rates among Americans.
10/25/21 12:48am
The grant will support new programming focused on evolving issues, such as climate governance and the impact of systematic racism on US foreign policy.
10/25/21 12:26am
The podcast, called “Med Legs," currently has eight episodes including topics like applying and interviewing for medical school to navigating academics as a FGLI student.
10/22/21 1:11am
Family Weekend will include both live and asynchronous Zoom webinars and BlueJeans conferences with speakers from the University.
10/22/21 12:46am
A Faculty Senate committee, which has an advisory role for Penn administration, released a resolution in an effort to raise more awareness to climate-related issues among faculty and University departments.
10/21/21 11:48pm
Penn was the second most represented school on the list with 14 billionaires, falling just behind Harvard University’s 15 billionaires.