Three in 10 residents of wealthier areas downtown have already received their first dose of the vaccine while in a nearby majority-Black area, the rate is only three in 50 residents.
Penn students joined more than 100 Philadelphians in Chinatown on Wednesday evening to honor the victims of the fatal shootings that targeted Asian Americans in three Atlanta spas on March 16.
The study found an increase in illegal and unenforceable terms in residential leases between 2005 and 2019, and that geography and race affect the terms given to tenants.
What does Philadelphia's vaccine rollout mean for members of the Penn community, and what should they do after receiving the vaccine? The Daily Pennsylvanian has answers to all of those questions and more.
PLTV, a nonpartisan group, is gearing up to get Penn students to run for three of the five positions that are responsible for running local polling places: two inspectors and one judge of election.
Older adults, restaurant employees, and high-risk individuals were among the first group of individuals to receive the vaccine.
Several schools in Pennsylvania have already announced their plans to hold classes in-person this fall and return to normal campus life, while Penn has yet to announce a decision.
Those who support public banking believe it could address issues ranging from racial justice to climate change and the power of big finance.
Restaurants may now have six people per table outdoors and professional sports teams are allowed to have spectators at a limited capacity.
Temple also plans to re-open residence halls, dining halls, academic buildings, and athletic and recreational facilities in the fall.
Starting on Monday, 53 elementary schools in the Philadelphia School District will allow eligible pre-K through second grade students to attend in-person classes twice a week.
Anyone living or working in Philadelphia can demonstrate interest in getting the vaccine through a form at the city’s sign-up page or by calling the city’s COVID-19 call center.
The new clinic has the potential to double the number of vaccine doses administered in Philadelphia each week.
The club, Penn Bucket, will host events for its members that lead them to venture outside of the “Penn bubble” and explore Philadelphia.
City officials projected that Philadelphia will soon only have enough money in its reserves to run the city for three days.
The city anticipates it may finish vaccinating residents by the end of July.
Project proposals must directly address at least one of three objectives: eradicating or reducing systematic racism, achieving educational equity, or reducing health disparities.
Annie Allman, a 1988 College graduate, hopes to utilize her previous experience in marketing to increase foot traffic at the Philadelphia institution.
Around 20% of Saturday's vaccines were reserved for those who lacked internet access to register online for an appointment.
Four of Penn's political groups detail how they are gearing up for a hybrid approach to event-hosting and community building this semester.