Articles by Isabela Baghdady

09/07/21 12:15am
The event, titled “Annenberg Conversations on Gender: From Algorithm Audits to Accountability,”  featured conversation about implicit biases in Google Image Search results.
08/24/21 8:49pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian reached out to Penn students and faculty for advice on how incoming first years, transfer students, and sophomores can succeed in their first in-person semester.
07/29/21 12:54am
Individuals no longer need to schedule an appointment or make a reservation to browse the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center's stacks or to use self-serve study areas. 
07/22/21 1:37am
Amen Brown allegedly purchased a row house in the Point Breeze neighborhood in Philadelphia despite the owner of the home having been deceased for over 10 years.
07/19/21 12:46am
In an email sent to the Penn community, Gutmann said she intends to serve as Penn president until June 30, 2022, as originally intended, or until the Senate confirms her ambassadorship.
07/08/21 1:44am
1989 College graduate William Park's donation to Penn Libraries will fund a five-year lecture series on diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
06/20/21 11:43pm
Penn community members can access their subscription — both on The New York Times' website and its mobile app — by creating an online account using their PennKeys.
06/16/21 2:54pm
Penn Medicine’s new digital tool, MyChart Bedside, allows inpatients to view their upcoming procedures and tests, the medications they will be receiving, and their treatment providers.
06/14/21 12:32am
Several students remain concerned about the enforcement of new mask-wearing regulations and the impact they will have on the West Philadelphia community.
04/15/21 11:18pm
The podcast, called “Oluswole,” features conversations between Adekeye and his guests, who range from Penn students to family members and high school classmates.
04/01/21 9:55pm
The latest rankings mark the first time that Penn GSE was ranked No. 1 and the sixth consecutive year that it was ranked in the top five. 
03/19/21 12:42am
The impacts of COVID-19 on the economy and unemployment have only increased existing economic disparities between Black students and their white counterparts, panelists said.
03/11/21 11:17pm
Older adults, restaurant employees, and high-risk individuals were among the first group of individuals to receive the vaccine.
02/26/21 12:34am
The panelists addressed systemic racism within the criminal justice system, and suggested several reforms to limit racial discrimination.
02/15/21 1:19am
At the panel Penn Law School professor Dorothy Roberts proposed incremental steps to reform the criminal justice system.
01/20/21 9:57am
While Philadelphia places higher-education employees in phase 1C of vaccine distribution, the Medical School sent an email to its staff on Jan. 12 stating that the school is placing employees in phase 1B.
12/10/20 10:06pm
The bill offers financial relief to non-chain restaurants that have seen at least a 50% drop in revenue since the start of the pandemic and are currently operating with under 100 employees.
11/29/20 11:11pm
The bills, which recently passed the Republican-controlled Pennsylvania State Senate, intended to limit Wolf's powers during the COVID-19 pandemic and moving forward.
11/11/20 12:02am
While the Trump campaign claims that Pennsylvania election officials violated federal and state law with charges of voter fraud and improper handling of mail-in ballots, Democratic lawyers and election officials continue to dismiss the challenges as unsupported attacks on a fair election process.
10/13/20 11:04pm
Giuliani made a number of false or exaggerated statements, including a statement that "people don't die" of COVID-19 anymore. 
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