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03/15/19 10:57pm
The vigil included Islamic prayers, a song for peace, and Quran passage readings from Muslim Student Association members. "Our main priority is to protect our Muslim students and to be here for them,” MSA president and Nursing junior Tafshena Khan said.
02/18/19 10:31am
Drexel University shifted its policy to privatized housing to fulfill the increased demand, following universities nationwide that have increasingly gravitated toward the private sector to meet their housing needs.
02/08/19 6:09am
While the door was technically able to close, residents needed to slam the door shut loudly, which caused a disturbance for other residents.
01/30/19 5:08am
“We have two standing full-sized shuffleboard courts, half a dozen arcade games ranging from Ms. Pac-Man to the Simpsons to virtual golf," The Post's founder said.
01/30/19 4:07am
The room selection application has notably been combined into one application for all students, instead of three applications in prior years.
01/22/19 4:49am
5,357 evacuees arrived in Philadelphia County — more than any other metropolitan area outside of Florida, the Bronx, and Massachusetts. 
01/15/19 4:39am
Giant Heirloom Market, a new gourmet grocery brand, is set to open on 34th and Chestnut streets near Domus Apartments.
11/30/18 4:58am
After completing all the levels of training, the dogs participating in the class will be able to take part in Penn Vet research studies that use their sense of smell to detect ovarian cancer, find artifacts, and identify bacterial biofilm infections.
11/17/18 11:31pm
Lead author Rajat Deo, an associate professor  in the Perelman School of Medicine, said the study illustrates a necessity for more resources in areas with large black populations.
11/14/18 6:33am
Panelist Anne Wakabayashi, the executive director for Emerge Pennsylvania, said political representation is of the utmost importance because “every issue is a women’s issue.”
11/05/18 3:54am
The panel was the keynote presentation of a two-day conference on cyber interference, dark money, and foreign influence. 
10/23/18 3:52am
Songwriter Daniel Marino sued his co-writers after not receiving compensation and credit for their song 'Club Girl,' which was renamed 'Bad Girl' when Usher recorded it in 2004. 
10/16/18 4:57pm
The seventh annual Ivy League Future of Food Conference emphasized innovation, self-critique, and adoption of plant-based or clean meat diets as a solution to a host of pressing issues.
09/24/18 8:40pm
Penn started the process towards a tobacco-free campus in 2014, when the it convened a campus-wide Tobacco Committee, which ultimately changed the policy to ban smoking. 
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