Articles by Chase Sutton

07/29/20 3:15am
Students unable to return home were able to fill out an online form requesting to remain on campus. Approximately 450 students received approvals, while thousands of other residents rapidly left campus en masse.
07/27/20 2:33am
Over 240 health professionals, including 11 Penn faculty members, have signed the letter, which was titled "Shut it Down, Start Over, Do it Right" and addressed to "America's decision makers."
07/20/20 1:18am
'Wharton Families: Summer Webinar Series' consists of five virtual one-hour presentations that are conducted weekly by Wharton faculty members on topics including online marketing, big data, and resilience.
07/16/20 12:31am
A college career defined by in-person experiences and a bustling campus was quickly halted by a global pandemic this spring — an obstacle that rising seniors never envisioned would mark the end of their time at Penn.
07/11/20 11:32pm
What exactly are PILOTs, why doesn’t Penn pay them, and where does that money go instead? The Daily Pennsylvanian has answers to all of those questions and more — here is everything you need to know about the relationship between Penn and PILOTs.
07/05/20 1:44am
Independence Day celebrations in Philadelphia, the birthplace of America, looked very different this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Military aircrafts flew over the city, protesters filled the streets, and unofficial fireworks lit up the sky.
07/02/20 3:00pm
James, the newly appointed dean of the Wharton School, is making history as the first woman and person of color to lead the school since its establishment in 1881.
07/01/20 1:59am
Exactly six years ago, Geoffrey Garrett began a new job that only 13 individuals had held before him: Dean of The Wharton School. Today marks his formal transition to his new role as dean of the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
06/30/20 3:37am
Regardless of size, all Penn Nursing lectures, seminars, and discussion groups will be conducted online in the fall, according to a June 29 announcement from Nursing School faculty. Clinicals and simulation and skills labs — the majority of which were moved online last semester — will still be held in person in the fall. 
06/22/20 4:19am
Over 500 people gathered in LOVE Park on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Before marching to the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a series of speakers, including multiple Black transgender women, recounted personal stories.
06/15/20 1:09am
The demonstration began at 4:15 p.m. on Saturday at LOVE Park in Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy Plaza. The group gathered and walked along Market Street until arriving at the Benjamin Franklin statue in the middle of the College Green.
06/08/20 2:20am
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Philadelphia for nine straight days in response to the recent police murder of George Floyd. Protestors have marched through the city demanding police reform and racial equality. 
06/07/20 10:09pm
Hundreds of staff members of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and other local medical facilities walked out of their shifts on June 5.
05/31/20 7:16pm
Thousands of demonstrators, including Penn students, have taken to the streets of Philadelphia to protest racism in response to the recent police murder of George Floyd. Here's the latest from Philadelphia.
05/30/20 3:53pm
Although Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said police would be respectful of protesters, activists were met with tear gas and pepper spray hours into the demonstration, shortly after protesters began breaking into police vehicles.
05/26/20 12:53am
Guest lecturers included Penn President Amy Gutmann, National Bureau of Economic Research Fellow Kent Smetters, and Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett, among others.
05/04/20 1:28am
The City That Never Sleeps has been in a deep slumber for almost two months. The streets have become eerily quiet. Businesses have closed their doors. Public places that were usually packed are now virtually empty.
02/14/20 3:18am
From a Donald Trump rally and a Bernie Sanders campaign event, to an Elizabeth Warren town hall and a Pete Buttigieg primary night watch party, take a look at the final moments in the race for New Hampshire.
01/19/20 8:54pm
The march started at Logan Circle and ended at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. People braced the snow and cold temperatures in support of several sociopolitical causes.
12/12/19 8:14am
It was a decade of firsts: the first Penn alumnus to be to elected President of the United States, the first Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory, and the first Women's March.
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