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08/29/22 9:38pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to three Penn students who worked on Capitol Hill this summer about each of their job experiences. 
07/02/22 11:45pm
To celebrate Independence Day, Philadelphia will be offering a number of free events, including fireworks, parades, and concerts.
06/16/22 12:24am
Tarik Khan defeated incumbent Pam DeLissio in the primary election for Pennsylvania’s 194th legislative district, which is found in Northwest Philadelphia. 
04/17/22 11:54pm
PlayItSafePHL is a guide to safe summer activities — including summer camps, athletic leagues, science programs, and swimming lessons, according to WHYY.
03/23/22 1:07am
In December 2021, the Philadelphia Council passed a bill that permanently legalized streeteries in certain areas across the city
02/21/22 5:35pm
The debate will be held at Feb. 22 at 5:30 p.m. in Philomathean Hall, which is on the fourth floor of College Hall.
02/03/22 8:54pm
Penn first implemented the test-optional policy for the 2020-2021 admission cycle after the College Board and ACT testing agencies canceled several testing dates due to COVID-19.
01/25/22 9:29pm
There are currently 11 DJs listed on the Penn Beats website, and they cover a variety of musical genres such as oldies, hip-hop, and progressive house.
12/01/21 11:47pm
Oz is a surgeon and TV personality that gained fame in the 2000s as a frequent guest on the Oprah Winfrey show.
11/10/21 10:52pm
The funding will primarily go towards local bridges, highways, and public transportation. 
10/28/21 12:25am
Ebola, Zika, Avian Flu, and swine flu are all examples of zoonotic diseases, and several scientists claim that SARS-COVID-19 is zoonotic well, as the disease likely originated from bats. 
09/30/21 12:03am
The report found that tax rates on foreign income by multinationals would increase from 2.1 percent to 7.4 percent.
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