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12/03/19 11:31pm
SFCU’s new product is designed to help raise a consumer's UltraFICO credit score.
11/24/19 11:04pm
As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City. 
11/24/19 10:59pm
Frutero was founded by MBA students Vedant Saboo and Mike Weber, who said they met each other on the first day of classes last year.
11/24/19 9:58pm
Binti Hasbullah and Damianos bring Penn's total number of Rhodes Scholars to 30. This is the third year in a row that Penn students have won the scholarship.
11/14/19 12:08am
Some student government leaders said the change made their demands more tangible, acknowledging that Wax's tenured status made her firing unrealistic.
11/08/19 9:44pm
The protestors continued chanting outside the Inn for about 20 minutes after the meeting was shut down.
11/07/19 12:04am
Many of the items Penn students and faculty use on campus end up in the wrong place. Here's how to properly dispose of styrofoam, light bulbs, and electronic waste on Penn's campus.
11/03/19 8:52pm
This year, the DP was one of 15 publications total and the only Ivy League newspaper to win the award. The accolade was given out by the Associated Collegiate Press on Saturday at its Fall National College Media Convention in Washington, D.C. 
10/24/19 10:06pm
Engineering sophomores Sydney Baker, Sarthak Jain, Ronak Bhagia, and Arnav Joshi each won a spot on the UA. 
10/19/19 2:11am
Greenfest is hosted each semester by the Student Sustainability Association at Penn, also known as SSAP, the umbrella organization for all student environmental groups on campus.
10/15/19 1:10pm
At Penn, 25.9% of undergraduate women said they had experienced unwanted sexual contact since entering college, a decline from 27.2% in 2015. Among undergraduate men, the rate rose from 5.5% to 7.3%. Among transgender, genderqueer, and non-binary undergraduates, the rate rose from 19% in 2015 to 21.5% in 2019. 
10/13/19 11:29pm
At 8 a.m., protesters will begin to march from the Starbucks located at 34th and Walnut streets toward the Sansom entrance of the Penn Law school building. The protest will then continue in front of the law school building until 9 a.m. when classes begin for law students.
10/13/19 10:22pm
In fall 2018, evidence of mold, moisture, and mildew was found in about 100 student rooms in the Quad, and forced over 10 students to relocate to nearby hotels for a week.
10/13/19 8:24pm
The trial run will take place in restrooms in popular locations on campus, such as Huntsman Hall and Van Pelt Library.
10/03/19 11:05pm
In 2016, the e-commerce giant opened Amazon@Penn, a delivery and shipping center located underneath the 1920 Commons dining hall.
10/03/19 7:33pm
In addition to Sweetgreen, located on 39th and Walnut streets, the bill will also impact stores in Franklin’s Table, located on 34th and Walnut streets. 
10/01/19 10:02pm
Nguyen was previously recognized for his efforts in 2017 by being named a Top 25 Environmentalist Under 25, and in 2018, a Top 30 Under 30 Sustainability Leader.
09/25/19 9:27pm
The restaurant, which was closed for months in early 2019, is currently open from Monday to Friday. The hours were previously 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for those days, but starting today, Steve's will now be open until 10 p.m. from Wednesday to Friday.
09/22/19 10:35pm
FLITE plans to host workshops for students to build academic skills and provide advice for navigating these industries.
09/22/19 9:04pm
The current political and social unrest in Hong Kong began in June, when people took to the streets to oppose the introduction of the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance amendment bill, which would allow local authorities to detain and extradite citizens of Hong Kong to mainland China.