Articles by Delaney Parks

05/12/21 9:46pm
Penn will honor seven individuals with honorary degrees, celebrating their accomplishments in fields ranging from public policy to arts and entertainment.
04/28/21 9:54pm
The resolution considers full divestment to be an end to new investments by Fiscal Year 2021, and complete divestment by Fiscal Year 2025. 
04/26/21 11:18pm
The Lavender Graduation will take place on May 7 and feature individually designed slides for each graduate, three speakers, as well as two performances from the newly merged gender-inclusive Glee Club. 
04/21/21 9:38pm
Students who have been in West & Down and witnessed long lines outside the club expressed doubts about its enforcement of mask-wearing and other COVID-19 safety protocols.
04/08/21 6:09am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five students about the reopening of Penn's campus this semester, which increased in-person research opportunities, and how their research journeys were impacted by the pandemic and the reopening of Penn's campus this semester
04/01/21 2:19am
The University will offer completely virtual classes this summer, and the roster will have more variety and seats available than in a typical year. 
03/26/21 12:31am
While faculty members welcomed the option to submit a pandemic impact statement, some expressed concern over how answers would be interpreted.
03/15/21 2:26am
After one year of the pandemic, first-generation, low-income students are still facing a variety of challenges — some of which they say stem from Penn's high-pressure culture and a lack of institutional support from the University. 
02/23/21 1:31am
Many students experienced fatigue, struggles with time management and concentration, and stress as a result of confinement and the illness itself.
02/15/21 2:38am
The DP spoke to seven professors about their takeaways on a virtual education.
02/12/21 9:14pm
The decision comes days after the Perelman School of Medicine recommended that faculty pause in-person undergraduate research due to rising COVID-19 cases on campus.
02/08/21 11:41pm
The decision follows a warning sent on Feb. 5 by top University administrators about "worrisome trends" in COVID-19 positivity rates among Penn's undergraduate student population. 
02/03/21 1:48am
Students and faculty participating in the limited number of in-person classes offered this spring are positively focusing on resuming safe instruction amid the ongoing pandemic.
01/25/21 1:42am
Some experts believe that those who have a higher exposure to COVID-19 should be first in line, while others believe that people who face a higher risk of death should be prioritized. 
11/18/20 12:09am
The Trump campaign says the new suit will focus on alleged violations of the U.S. Constitution's Equal Protection Clause. 
11/13/20 12:09am
The course will examine the effects of capitalism and colonialism on the environment largely through the lens of Indigenous North American, South African, African American, and Palestinian literature. 
10/29/20 10:23pm
A Wharton graduate and her husband, a Penn Law graduate, donated $5 million to support Wharton undergraduate aid and the final construction of Wharton Academic Research Hub, which is set to open in November.
10/22/20 11:03pm
The artifact was chosen as part of the Penn Museum's new Community Spotlight project, which invites the public to vote first on a universal theme, and then again on an artifact to represent the chosen theme
10/13/20 10:58pm
Philadelphia also loosened crowd size restrictions, but to a lesser degree than statewide regulations.
09/29/20 11:17pm
Jackson plans on studying how marginalized voices create political change, citing the Black Lives Matter movement as a source of motivation.
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