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11/03/20 1:06am
Although Pennsylvanians have been casting their ballots for over a month through early and mail-in voting, voters can head to the polls in person today.
11/03/20 1:00am
Medical and dental students in the U.S. are paired with a student from West China Hospital in Sichuan and communicate via Chinese messaging and social media app WeChat, Skype, and other video conferencing platforms.
11/03/20 12:24am
The book, titled "Perspectives on Fair Housing," was published as part of the Penn Press series, "The City in the Twenty-First Century."
11/03/20 12:22am
Cell Press, a publisher of biomedical journals, created the list on Sept. 15, the first day of National Heritage Month, which lasted until Oct. 15.
11/03/20 12:20am
Biden's lead in financial contributions across Philadelphia represents a nationwide trend in his donor base from cities and suburbs. 
11/02/20 11:31pm
If the vote totals on Nov. 3 in Pennsylvania are close enough that ballots received after Election Day could impact the state’s results, legal challenges over the ballots could prolong final election results.
11/02/20 11:30pm
Dormsy, launched on Oct. 20, currently has more than 200 users and 15 active off-campus housing listings. 
11/02/20 8:20am
The award recognizes young professionals who have made a “significant contribution to the Institute and to the chemical engineering profession.“
11/01/20 11:55pm
Penn's employee count is just 3,000 fewer than the 44,000-vote margin of victory that decided Pennsylvania in the 2016 presidential election.
11/01/20 11:45pm
Her thesis, titled “Incarceration in the U.S. and The International Bill of Human Rights," has progressive themes that sharply contrast with her the political rhetoric of her father, 1968 Wharton graduate and current president Donald Trump.
11/01/20 11:43pm
The new marketplace offers nearly 100 items of prepared and packaged foods, including cheeses, raw and cooked meats, and sauces.
11/01/20 11:42pm
The Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative grant will fund a proposal submitted by Penn, titled Robust Concept Learning and Lifelong Adaptation Against Adversarial Attacks. 
11/01/20 11:01pm
To make up for the loss of in-person services like “Take Your Professor to Lunch,” professors have shifted to platforms like Slate, Slack, and Gather Town, citing difficulties engaging with students through Canvas.
10/31/20 3:22pm
At least 500 protesters, including Penn students, gathered at the corner of Locust and 61st streets on Saturday evening to protest the Philadelphia police killing of Walter Wallace Jr. 
10/30/20 8:06pm
Two Philadelphia police officers shot and killed Wallace Jr., a 27-year-old Black man, at 61st and Locust Streets on Monday, prompting protests near Penn’s campus on Monday night and throughout Tuesday.
10/30/20 4:44pm
These visits come after the president made three stops in Lehigh County, Lancaster County, and Blair County on Monday. 
10/30/20 4:35pm
Thompson discussed his tenure at the Times and his quest to deliver unbiased journalism in the age of “fake news” and increased political polarization. 
10/30/20 4:33pm
The Oct. 23 decision marks a defeat for Trump’s reelection campaign and other Republicans, who challenged Pennsylvania officials alleging that matching signatures on ballots to those on voter rolls were necessary in preventing fraud.
10/30/20 4:22pm
Each student enrolled in the Philadelphia School District is shortchanged by $5,583, according to the analysis.
10/30/20 4:21pm
Penn Medicine CEO Kevin Mahoney urged the healthcare industry to move from a fee-for-service reimbursement model to value-based care.