Articles by Ece Yildirim

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.
10/22/21 12:46am
A Faculty Senate committee, which has an advisory role for Penn administration, released a resolution in an effort to raise more awareness to climate-related issues among faculty and University departments.
09/21/21 4:17am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to management at several local restaurants, food trucks, and bookstores about adjusting to the return of a large portion of their clientele — the students, faculty, and staff members of the Penn community. 
09/07/21 11:04pm
With Penn's campus once again populated with students, many local restaurants have reopened their doors, and some have normalized their capacities and hours after closing or limiting operations due to COVID-19.
04/30/21 12:05am
ABCS courses, which are run by the Netter Center, typically interact with local public schools in West Philadelphia, communities of faith, and community organizations.
04/21/21 1:51am
The vigil was organized by Penn Democrats, the Pan-Asian American Community House, the Spiritual and Religious Life Center, and Amnesty International at Penn, and featured City Councilmember and Penn alumna Jamie Gauthier along with a number of community leaders. 
04/06/21 12:17am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to four local food truck owners about their experiences in navigating the pandemic.
03/04/21 1:53am
The new concentration will be administered through the Management Department, and will provide course offerings spanning seven departments, including Healthcare Management; Marketing; Operations, Information, and Decisions; Legal Studies; and Real Estate. 
03/02/21 2:15am
While Penn Global Seminars include an abroad component either during winter break, spring break, or summer break, where students visit the country they learn about in class, the courses now follow the Collaborative Online International Learning format. 
02/26/21 12:45am
University officials announced the three projects are all set to begin construction in 2022 and will carry steep price tags. 
01/28/21 11:50pm
Deans' discouragement towards the pass/fail grading option has left students feeling disheartened with Penn's attitude towards mental health.
01/26/21 3:24am
The pandemic has driven an increased number of medical school applications this year, with many prospective students inspired by firsthand experiences with COVID-19 and frontline workers' heroism.
11/24/20 8:53pm
In this week's crime log, four thefts from Acme, a bike theft, and a confidential case of sexual offense were reported.
10/28/20 1:32am
Penn students participated in protests, including a Tuesday night march from Malcolm X Park in West Philadelphia through Penn's campus to Clark Park, to demand justice for Wallace Jr., calling to defund the Philadelphia Police Department and have the officers who killed Wallace Jr. arrested and charged. 
10/23/20 12:41am
The supermarket, which will replace The Fresh Grocer after its closure in March, features a variety of take-out stations including sushi and poke bowl, Asian hot eats, focaccia pizza, and BBQ. The store will operate daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
10/14/20 11:17pm
This week's crime log is dominated by thefts and burglaries, as well as two cases of sexual assault.
10/12/20 11:23pm
The truck's owners do not know if they will be able to stay open near Penn if the school does not re-open campus in the spring.
10/06/20 11:48pm
Theft and burglary dominate this week, along with two reports of disorderly conduct.
09/30/20 9:43pm
In this week's crime log — five thefts, two assaults, and a burglary from a private residence. 
09/27/20 11:25pm
The protesters’ main demand was to indict the officers for Taylor’s death, but speakers and organizers also criticized the role of police in general and advocated for police abolition.
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