Articles by Emmanuel Gebremeskel

11/29/21 10:46pm
The district has decided to send approximately 50 employees from administrative offices around the city to teach and provide support to schools that are struggling with the staffing issue.
11/18/21 11:35pm
The awards are given to recognize the achievements of innovative Weitzman students, faculty, and alumni, as well as leaders in architecture and planning outside of the Penn community.
11/04/21 1:24am
Over one million ballots were requested for this year’s election. As of Tuesday afternoon, 73% of these requested ballots were returned.
11/02/21 12:34am
This year's cohort has 10 scholars who meet with Penn Nursing Dean Antonia Villarruel each month to discuss leadership opportunities.
10/03/21 11:58pm
The march was organized by several Philadelphia community members, including Perelman School of Medicine students.
04/22/21 8:24pm
The suit argued that it was illegal for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to extend the deadline for mail-in ballots to three days after the election in Pennsylvania.
03/31/21 11:14pm
The study found that participants who watched a video clip of science experts were more likely to have positive views on vaccines compared to those who watched a video of parent anecdotes.
03/26/21 12:36am
College senior Adam Konkol and December 2020 College graduate Abigail Timmel were two of 16 people across the country who were awarded the scholarship.
03/05/21 12:34am
Restaurants may now have six people per table outdoors and professional sports teams are allowed to have spectators at a limited capacity.
02/25/21 12:10am
The club, Penn Bucket, will host events for its members that lead them to venture outside of the “Penn bubble” and explore Philadelphia.
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