Articles by Abby Baggini

04/27/22 4:02am
The proposal would allow workers to pay for SEPTA passes with pre-tax salaries, saving their federal income tax bill by an average of $200 to $250 a year.
04/14/22 1:13am
"Dear Penn Freshmen" aims to break the stigma of “Penn Face” and offers underclassmen advice from all corners of Penn’s campus. 
03/02/22 10:54pm
In anticipation of spring break, Penn Global Support Services, and International Risk Management have issued five tips for international travel over the spring break.
02/28/22 10:42pm
Pennsylvania’s average new daily case count this week was the lowest it has been since August, and its hospitalization rate the lowest since September.
02/08/22 11:25pm
When the class arrived in mainland Ecuador, eight group members tested positive for COVID-19, and completed their quarantine in Guayaquil while the remaining seven returned to the United States.
01/27/22 10:01pm
In an email sent to seniors on Jan. 27, Class Board President and College senior Sam Strickberger said the celebration will be renamed "Senior Club," taking place after March 14.
01/19/22 8:29pm
Gordon was an Assistant Professor in the Wharton School's Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics, and held a secondary appointment in the Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences, according to the Penn Almanac. 
11/29/21 10:50pm
Researchers examine how successfully social spambots — automated social media accounts that emulate humans — can mimic 17 human attributes, including age, gender, personality, sentiment, and emotion.
11/18/21 1:02am
For spring 2022, 191 Penn students have been accepted to study abroad in 45 different programs across 18 countries — a significant jump from the 39 students currently studying abroad in just seven countries.
11/04/21 1:21am
Dig Inn, El Taco, and Amma’s South Indian Cuisine round out the five restaurants that will open locations near campus in the coming months.
10/31/21 11:35pm
Services will include wellness check-ups for children and adults, behavioral health treatment, blood work, and immunizations.
10/27/21 12:39am
PPU, which organizes monthly debates on a range of relevant political topics, asked participants to debate the statement: “Implementing a Green New Deal in the United States would be a mistake.” 
10/07/21 12:11am
A team of researchers from Penn’s Center for Safe Mobility is working with SEPTA on the transportation agency’s $40 million effort to rebrand its transit network and improve its ease of use.
10/04/21 11:21pm
This year, the Penn fellows will work towards campus-wide initiatives pertaining to sustainability, educational access, food insecurity, equitable vaccine distribution, and immigrant rights, among others.
11/29/18 2:52pm
Philadelphia’s Chamber of Commerce has awarded the annual honor since 1949 to a local individual for 'outstanding contributions toward the betterment of the region, professional accomplishments, and commitment to charity as well as to the community.'
11/09/18 5:18pm
Grant laid out four steps people can take to improve their careers: “put your worst foot forward,” “make the unfamiliar familiar,” “build a challenge network,” and “ask for advice.”
11/06/18 8:00pm
The $40 million in funding will help Handshake expand into the European market.
10/18/18 8:20pm
The Woodlands cemetery near Baltimore Avenue is home to expansive burial grounds and a historical mansion that sits in its center.  
10/15/18 9:03pm
Each fellow is awarded with $625,000 to spend as they wish over the course of five years. 
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