Articles by Aashna Kammila

03/23/22 11:30pm
The decision arrives in response to a nationwide shift toward later school start times in order to accommodate teenage sleep patterns and enhance academic performance
02/10/22 11:03pm
The event took place on Feb. 7 at the Kelly Writers House’s Arts Café and was hosted by Penn Artist-in-Residence Piyali Bhattacharya.
11/14/21 11:10pm
The Preferred Room Selection period provides an opportunity for students to earn extra points towards their time slot determination before the Room Selection Application opens for underclassmen.
08/09/21 12:41am
Some students welcomed the reinstatement of the mask mandate, saying that it is important to protect students, faculty, and staff and the surrounding Philadelphia area from the rapidly-spreading Delta variant.
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.
07/22/21 12:51am
Visitors can purchase discounted tickets until Labor Day on Sept. 6 and will be provided with a one-use voucher that can be utilized until Sept. 20.
07/11/21 11:57pm
Vaishnaw, a 2010 Wharton MBA graduate, has taken on the roles of Minister of Railways, Communications, and Electronics and Information Technology in India.
07/08/21 12:21am
The exhibit called "The Stories We Wear" is set to open on Sept. 25 and will be available for nine months for visitors of the Penn Museum.
07/07/21 7:30pm
The celebration of Pride Month highlighted the sense of unity among queer and allied members of the Penn community.
06/28/21 12:12am
The fellows — who will conduct research across five of Penn’s schools — come from a variety of backgrounds and possess a wide breadth of research interests.
06/20/21 10:54pm
The hour-long webinar was hosted to commemorate Juneteenth and discussed racism as a power construct and the power of an individual to challenge racial ideas and structures.
06/09/21 11:27pm
The conference will take place virtually from Aug. 4 to 6 and will feature guest speakers such as celebrity doctor Bill Dorfman and workshop events.
02/15/21 12:20am
Penn President Amy Gutmann discussed the ethical and practical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic at a virtual event on Thursday.
12/07/20 11:53pm
Following the university's 2018 scandal, Temple University will pay a $700,000 settlement to the U.S. Department of Education for the misreporting of its business school's data that falsely boosted its place in the annual U.S. News and World Report rankings. 
11/13/20 12:57am
Three out of four questions asked voters about criminal justice and police reform, and another asked if the city should borrow money to be largely spent on infrastructure repairs.  
11/03/20 12:25am
After a drive-in rally on Saturday noon, Biden took the time to outline his approach in addressing voters’ key concerns, specifically responding to Philadelphia's upward trend in homicides and his plan to reopen Pennsylvania's businesses and schools. 
10/12/20 8:54pm
The task force consisting of local prosecutors and detectives will be responsible for reviewing and investigating complaints until and after election day.
09/28/20 11:26pm
Trump's packed rallies, including many unmasked attendees, have conflicted with state COVID-19 restrictions.
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