The goal of Rx/Museum is to use art to help clinicians focus on thought-provoking themes that emphasize the humanity of medical practices, according to the initiative's leaders.
The bill was introduced on Thursday by Philadelphia City Council member and 1993 College graduate Helen Gym.
In response to Penn not making Payments In Lieu of Taxes to the city of Philadelphia, The Record, Penn's undergraduate yearbook, will donate some profits to local public schools.
The debate was canceled on Oct. 19 after President Donald Trump, who had recently tested positive for COVID-19, refused to participate in a virtual debate
Shooting incidents are up 57% over 2019 rates and the city is on par to pass 450 murders by the end of the year, 6 ABC reported.
The announcement comes as a shock to Philadelphia's political establishment, as Toomey's decision puts Republicans at a disadvantage in the state's next elections.
Lisa Forrest, who in 2013 became the first Black woman to be a captain at the PFD, was appointed to her new position as fire battalion chief on Tuesday.
This round of funding comes in addition to the $13.3 million grant the city awarded to 2,083 businesses earlier this year through the city's COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund.
Pennsylvania joined six other states and the District of Columbia on Monday in requesting the halt.
Philadelphia Treasurer Christian Dunbar, appointed in 2019, was removed from his position Friday after being charged with fraudulently obtaining United States citizenship through marriage fraud and bank embezzlement from a prior job.
A grand jury charged one of the involved officers, who had already been fired, for firing recklessly into a neighbor's apartment, but no charges were brought against the officers for killing Taylor.
The Penn Vet dogs are able to detect the eggs' faint smell after rigorous training with up to 95% accuracy.
Dubé said the University will take a "data-driven approach" to testing asymptomatic individuals — essentially testing students based on various factors like location – throughout the rest of the semester.
While the closure was a surprise to many on social media, Yuen said he had been planning to close the restaurant and retire for nearly two years.
Officials have pointed factors such as increased mobility and decreased compliance with mask mandates as driving the rise in projected cases and deaths in many states.
Temple's decision comes several weeks after other Philadelphia colleges, including Penn and Drexel University, decided to conduct the fall semester remotely.
The Daily Pennsylvanian is tracking the number of COVID-19 cases at 25 colleges across Pennsylvania.
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health stated that the guidance was updated in response to new outbreaks on college campuses, both locally and across the United States.
Temple's decision comes after 103 students tested positive for the coronavirus.
Protesters' demands include that Penn fire Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush, Drexel cut ties with independent police department reviewer and former Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey, and Penn and Drexel pay PILOTs, payments which support the Philadelphia community and schools.