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03/30/21 9:34pm
The website, www.convictionreview.net, provides prosecutors in conviction review units with guides and templates for each step of the review process.
03/29/21 2:07am
Experts believe that distrust in vaccines is a contributing factor to racial inequalities in Philadelphia's vaccine rollout, as well as a lack of accessibility to vaccines and information on them.
03/29/21 12:10am
There are generally “less than a dozen students” in the dining halls every day, many of whom go to eat breakfast, Penn Business Services Director of Communications and External Relations Barbara Lea-Kruger wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
03/29/21 12:07am
The study will include more than 12,000 college students immunized with the Moderna vaccine at more than 20 universities across the United States.
03/28/21 11:38pm
A primary concern shared by students was feeling a lack of community while taking virtual classes. Some students also said that grappling with feelings of inadequacy and impostor syndrome as FGLI students has been a struggle.
03/28/21 11:03pm
Johnson will hold appointments in the Department of Computer and Information Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics in the Perelman School of Medicine.
03/28/21 10:26pm
All students will be welcomed back to campus for in-person classes, shared meals, athletic competitions, and arts performances.
03/28/21 10:23pm
The only students exempt from the immunization requirement will be those studying online, away from campus, or those with medical or religious exemptions.
03/28/21 10:20pm
The study found that the cause an uptick in hate crimes against Asians during the COVID-19 pandemic was most significant in areas with high unemployment in Italy.
03/26/21 12:42am
Female enrollment in Penn Engineering currently stands at about 40%, which Engineering Dean Vijay Kumar said is not enough.
03/26/21 12:36am
College senior Adam Konkol and December 2020 College graduate Abigail Timmel were two of 16 people across the country who were awarded the scholarship.
03/26/21 12:34am
The Latinx community comprises 15% of Philadelphia, but as of March 22, only about 12% of those vaccinated are Latinx.
03/26/21 12:33am
The initiative aims to help employers safely return employees to work, promote the city through local events, coordinate with local transit lines, and provide locals with information about vaccines.
03/26/21 12:31am
While faculty members welcomed the option to submit a pandemic impact statement, some expressed concern over how answers would be interpreted.
03/25/21 11:10pm
Penn topped the nursing rankings with 95.5 total quality points, outperforming the nursing programs at King’s College London and Johns Hopkins University, which placed second and third, respectively. 
03/25/21 11:05pm
The United States Senate confirmed Rachel Levine as the nation’s assistant secretary for health at the United States Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday.
03/25/21 12:44am
The brochure includes a section devoted to COVID-19, featuring a two-page timeline of COVID-19 research at the University.
03/25/21 12:07am
The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed the leaders about their priorities and ambitions for the year, particularly as the groups continue supporting their constituents virtually during COVID-19.
03/24/21 11:28pm
For the next three weeks, the site will administer second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for eligible individuals with an appointment, but will stop administering first doses. 
03/24/21 11:13pm
The decision comes after several universities—including Penn—have announced plans for a return to in-person operations for the fall.