Articles by Amasha Jayaratne

04/11/22 6:38pm
This pause on student loan payment will help 41 million borrowers avoid accruing further interest and prevent 7.5 million people from defaulting on their student loans.
03/30/22 12:37am
They decided to start an Instagram page — @flirtyforfood — amid the COVID-19 pandemic, to share this passion with their friends and help support small businesses in the process.
03/29/22 10:42pm
Mann is the first appointment made for Penn’s Energy and Sustainability Initiative, which will provide resources to 10 faculty members working in key climate areas.
02/21/22 1:30am
This new gift will create an academic center within the Korean Studies program that will sponsor a global conference and promote collaboration with Philadelphia’s Korean community. 
01/31/22 8:22pm
In an email sent to Temple staff, Anderson announced his plans to take a sabbatical before working on a new research program exploring "college access and inclusion," The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. 
01/17/22 10:33pm
The new requirement applies to any Philadelphia establishment that sells food and drink for onsite consumption indoors — including movie theaters, bowling alleys, and sports venues.
11/16/21 12:01am
Farley resigned from his previous position after he admitted to authorizing the disposal without identifying the victims of the MOVE bombing, which killed 11 people.
10/25/21 11:53pm
The environmental interventions include tree planting and rehabilitating abandoned houses, while the economic interventions will involve connecting participants to food and unemployment benefits.
10/22/21 1:11am
Family Weekend will include both live and asynchronous Zoom webinars and BlueJeans conferences with speakers from the University.
10/03/21 11:56pm
The program director said that Yale allowed donors to exert inappropriate influence on the program’s curriculum by agreeing to the creation of a predominantly conservative advisory board.
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