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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. 
09/20/19 12:33am
The new program allows walk-ins from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday at the Career Services office inside the McNeil Building. 
09/18/19 8:56pm
The new court will feature two parts, with a subfloor and a maple hardwood floor on the top, designed to reduce knee and joint injuries.
09/15/19 9:11pm
A number of banks now prefer digital interviews through online interviewing services such as HireVue.
09/15/19 8:35pm
Students will be able to earn points from ordering on the app and completing “challenges" that include rating the application on the App Store and adding a profile picture. Students can then use the points to enter into different contests with prizes, like free Dining Dollars. 
09/11/19 9:34pm
The new rabbis met with students and staff during the summer and began their roles in late August.
09/05/19 11:45pm
New College House was renamed Lauder College House Thursday afternoon, after a major donation from the Lauder family. 
09/05/19 10:48pm
The goal of RP@Penn is in part to decide cases that are in violation of the code of student conduct and use restorative practices to help resolve disputes in student groups.
08/26/19 10:35pm
College Republicans, Government and Politics Association, and Penn Democrats are preparing for the buildup to the 2020 elections. 
08/23/19 1:59pm
The app was initially envisioned by Wharton junior and UA Wharton representative John Casey, who was motivated by his own experiences to improve the club recruitment process. 
08/21/19 1:38pm
Here are some of the main student centers to explore during your time on Penn's campus.
05/28/19 3:22pm
Penn Book Center owners sent out an email on May 24 notifying community members that they reached an agreement with the University to stay open through the summer.