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07/07/22 12:31am
Several students present at the fireworks display recounted their experiences during and after the shooting to The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
07/07/22 12:06am
The NFT displays the mRNA technology that was foundational in the development of COVID-19 vaccines.
07/06/22 11:37pm
The yearbook features four years of Black student life on Penn's campus and showcases graduating members of Penn's Black community.
07/06/22 11:35pm
The Penn Medicine - Wharton Fund for Health is composed of Penn students and Wharton Social Impact Investment staff who tackle social determinants of health in Philadelphia.  
07/05/22 12:51am
The shots came from the area of 25th and Spring Garden streets, behind where the Wawa Welcome America concert headlining Jason Derulo had concluded minutes before.
06/30/22 9:23am
The new method modifies a patient's own antibodies to attract T cells that can attack tumors.
06/30/22 12:39am
The Rounds, a "zero waste" delivery service founded in Philadelphia by Wharton graduate students, expands to Atlanta.
06/30/22 12:36am
Liz Magill will officially become Penn's ninth president on Friday, July 1. She will succeed Interim President Wendell Pritchett and former University president Amy Gutmann.
06/30/22 12:30am
The new policy, which replaces student loans with increases scholarship grants, took effect on June 23.
06/23/22 12:25am
Laylo was shot in the head near the Wawa on Penn’s campus, as he and his mother headed in an Uber to the airport.
06/23/22 12:16am
After 29 days of biking, averaging around 86 miles a day, Torres biked through eight states and two countries. 
06/23/22 12:04am
The proceeds will fund an expansion of scientific and medical research at the University specifically in gene therapy. 
06/22/22 3:49pm
The program, which is sponsored by the U.S. government, allows students to study, conduct research, or teach English in various countries across the globe.
06/21/22 11:59am
The Philadelphia Pride March on June 5 sought to bring joy to the LGBTQ community amid a growing amount of anti-LGBTQ sentiment from politicians in Pennsylvania and across the country.
06/19/22 7:05pm
The building will dedicate 387,000 square to biological research, and 68,000 square feet to biomanufacturing. 
06/16/22 12:24am
Tarik Khan defeated incumbent Pam DeLissio in the primary election for Pennsylvania’s 194th legislative district, which is found in Northwest Philadelphia. 
06/15/22 11:39pm
While the students were not injured in the mass shooting that night, 14 individuals — nearly all bystanders, with ages ranging from 17 to 69 — were either wounded or killed.  
06/15/22 11:19pm
March for Our Lives leaders, students, victims, and survivors gathered this past Saturday in Washington D.C. to demand immediate change in gun violence prevention laws in Capitol Hill. 
06/15/22 11:15pm
The programs, which occur before the start of classes, are designed to help students get a head start on their time at Penn.
06/14/22 10:57pm
In hopes of settling a 2019 lawsuit, Philadelphia's Streets Department is adding a 13-person team to address potholes, cracked sidewalks, and non-ADA compliant curb cuts and ramps.