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10/16/18 10:48pm
The inception of the course taught by acclaimed English professor Jay Kirk marks the birth of Xfic, Penn’s premier literary journal in experimental nonfiction.  
10/16/18 4:57pm
The seventh annual Ivy League Future of Food Conference emphasized innovation, self-critique, and adoption of plant-based or clean meat diets as a solution to a host of pressing issues.
10/16/18 4:54am
From Oct. 15 to 19, Penn Sustainability will be running its annual ReThink Your Footprint campaign to minimize waste. 
10/16/18 3:29am
Blaze Bernstein, a College sophomore, died in a homicide in January this year. Sam Woodward, a 21-year-old who attended the same high school as Bernstein, is currently being held in connection to his murder. 
10/16/18 1:03am
Each fellow is awarded with $625,000 to spend as they wish over the course of five years. 
10/15/18 6:43pm
The requirement went into effect this semester, but the decision was made in March 2017 as part of the President and Provost's Faculty Inclusion Report.
10/15/18 2:04am
Teaching biology at Penn gave Lawrence Rome a more general knowledge of the human body that he used to create suspended-load backpacks.
10/15/18 1:32am
Very aptly named The Toast.
10/15/18 12:35am
In May this year, Penn's official letterpress and book arts studio welcomed its first full-time studio manager, Mary Tasillo, as part of several new initiatives to expand the Press' reach on campus.
10/15/18 12:31am
This year’s Islamic Discovery Series is part of the Muslim Student Association’s continued efforts to spread awareness of Islam and mutual understanding in the current political climate. 
10/15/18 12:09am
1982 College graduate Ruth Turner and her husband 1982 College graduate and 1985 Penn Law David E. Schulman created a research fund to promote student research at the Center.
10/14/18 5:11pm
Originally created in 2016, Philadelphia Mobile CPR now has daily bookings to introduce interested groups to first aid free of charge. It also hosts a number of events which are open to the public. 
10/14/18 4:53am
The program currently employs four global guides — three from Iraq and one from Syria.
10/13/18 1:57pm
The suspect was wearing a red sweatshirt and ripped jeans when he entered the property Friday night, according to the Division of Public Safety.
10/12/18 11:32pm
Before he became a world-famous musician, the 1999 College graduate worked as a management consultant for Boston Consulting Group, where he picked up a valuable life lesson. 
10/12/18 6:37am
Symptoms of Acute Flaccid Myelitis can include weakness of the limbs and trouble with movements of facial muscles.
10/12/18 6:36am
One of Rothman's studies from 2013 found that one third of teenagers in the sample had consumed pornography to learn about sex. 
10/12/18 3:57am
History professor Kathy Peiss chronicled the paths of different pieces of literature tied to the Nazi regime after the end of World War II. 
10/12/18 2:29am
The Wharton finance professor was nominated by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at a joint press conference earlier this week.
10/11/18 10:31pm
Philadelphia jumped 17 spots from last year to third place — the sharpest climb among the top 10 worst cities.