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06/14/22 8:47pm
Penn Med, CHOP, and Costa Rica's social security program will work together to develop a clinical trial protocol that will help more Costa Rican healthcare providers use this therapy for their patients. 
06/13/22 8:32pm
After the primary season, John Fetterman and Dr. Oz are now on the campaign trail, hoping to gain votes and find new supporters before the Pennsylvania Senate election in November. 
06/10/22 10:46pm
Suda will officially begin her role as director of the 145-year-old museum on September 21. 
06/09/22 12:04am
The new university will bear the name of Saint Joseph's University and function on two campuses.
06/08/22 12:55am
Gutmann was honored for her work in significantly expanding the number of low income and first generation students at Penn, as well as her most recent achievement as the first woman to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Germany.  
06/07/22 12:00am
The global outbreak, first detected in a British citizen, currently numbers 1,088 cases across 29 countries. In the United States, 35 cases of the disease have been confirmed.
06/05/22 9:06pm
Initial gunshots were fired around 11:30 p.m., and multiple shooters were seen firing into a crowd along the famous street, where many bars, restaurants, and retail stores are located. 
06/03/22 1:26am
A recent lawsuit filed against two Philadelphia police officers and the city says an officer shattered a college student's facial bones during the 2020 Walter Wallace Jr. protests
06/02/22 8:42pm
The report stated that household income increased as the economy recovered from the pandemic, leading to surges in taxes owed.
06/02/22 2:26pm
Philadelphia's Department of Public Health launched an application for free rapid COVID-19 tests for events.
05/31/22 11:29pm
Launched in 2008, the PASS program is designed to increase the number of physicians from groups underrepresented in medicine.  
05/31/22 6:45pm
The university based its reasons for Katz's dismissal on a complaint submitted by an alumna who had a prohibited relationship with Katz — while under his academic supervision — as an undergraduate. 
05/27/22 12:00am
Recently unionized Starbucks baristas on campus are demanding protections against the corporation for what they view as unfair wages, inconsistent scheduling and staffing issues, safety violations, and harassment.
05/26/22 9:48am
Kenni Ndili, an incoming MBA/M.A. student, was found safely after being missing for six days. It appears that she was robbed and went missing shortly after. 
05/26/22 12:19am
The lawsuit has been issued against Penn, The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Association of Black Anthropologists, and the Society of Black Archaeologists, among other parties.  
05/26/22 12:17am
Greenberg receiving a low average course evaluation score prompted fears of his termination, according to the petition. 
05/24/22 10:35pm
ToxiSense seeks to develop a cheaper and more sustainable test for clean drinking water and biopharmacological products.
05/19/22 12:54am
A 30-page document appears to present numerous instances of plagiarism and fabricated data in research papers and preprints authored by two students enrolled at Penn. 
05/18/22 11:32pm
The interior of the building will be completely redesigned to serve the students and faculty of the Weitzman School, and will now include new research facilities, design studios, classrooms, and offices. 
05/18/22 11:28pm
 Located steps away from campus at 39th and Walnut streets, the Louisiana-based chicken finger restaurant opened after months of anticipation from the Penn community, with a line wrapping around the block on its inaugural day.