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11/03/21 1:08am
Vicinity owns the system that provides steam heat to the University and residential and office buildings in Center City.
10/25/21 9:03pm
Center City, however, has not seen the same increase because many workers have not returned to their in-person workplaces.
10/25/21 8:57pm
Orkin, a pest control company, created the list based on the number of new commercial and residential rodent treatments it performed between Sept. 15, 2020 and Sept. 15, 2021.
10/18/21 9:06pm
With the bill, Philadelphia becomes the first big city to ban these traffic stops that disproportionately affect people of color.
10/18/21 8:58pm
The three-year federal program from the Department of Justice will provide the Philadelphia Police Department with training and assistance in gun violence, community engagement, and crime analysis.
10/12/21 2:36pm
Rush has been at Penn since 1994, in which she launched several public safety initiatives on campus and faced criticism from University and Philadelphia community members. 
10/11/21 11:26pm
Various members of the Penn community, including parents, faculty members, and students, are still hopeful the University's donation can help mitigate the issue of environmental hazards — but worry that it may not be enough.
10/07/21 8:48pm
The mandate now requires hospital and long term care facility workers and higher education faculty, students and staff to receive only their first vaccine dose by Oct. 15.
10/04/21 11:39pm
Local residents suggested Penn can improve its relationship with West Philadelphia by making parts of campus more accessible to the public and encouraging student participation in community organization.
10/04/21 7:57pm
The free online courses, operating between September and December 2021, are conducted over Zoom and taught by Penn GSE students pursuing degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
10/03/21 9:15pm
Philadelphians joined thousands throughout the nation to protest in support of reproductive rights on Oct. 2. Here's what it looked like.
09/21/21 4:17am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to management at several local restaurants, food trucks, and bookstores about adjusting to the return of a large portion of their clientele — the students, faculty, and staff members of the Penn community. 
09/03/21 12:11am
The remnants of Hurricane Ida brought severe flooding to Philadelphia, shutting down major roadways and causing the Schuylkill River to overflow. Here's what it looked like.
08/31/21 4:03pm
The suspect is a 5-foot-10 Black male of heavy build wearing all black clothing and a hooded sweatshirt. 
08/31/21 1:23am
Masks are required at all indoor businesses and institutions, regardless of vaccination status, unless the business chooses to require that all people inside prove they are fully vaccinated. 
08/05/21 2:47am
Orts said that his campaign focus is on climate change, which he considers to be the most pressing issue facing the world today, and said he would use his position to enact meaningful climate reform.
07/29/21 12:52am
Students will be returning to in-person classes this fall, with a remote learning option for those who wish to continue online. 
07/29/21 12:26am
Initially, Penn Vet solely tracked the cases of sickness and death, but they are now focused on finding the underlying source of the illness, the Centre Daily Times reported.
07/26/21 12:39am
The Penn Museum allegedly began a campaign earlier in the summer encouraging workers to vote against forming a union. In an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, however, the museum wrote that it “supports its employees’ rights to make an informed decision about the voting process."
07/26/21 12:03am
The team visited 9,161 pre-mapped homes and reached over 250 individuals who were initially hesitant to get vaccinated, as of July 13.