Articles by Jonah Charlton

05/13/22 7:32pm
While the COVID-19 pandemic served as a major interruption to their four years at the University, the Class of 2022's Penn experience was bookended by major on-campus, in-person community events and celebrations.
05/10/22 2:48pm
On May 10, Kweder and his long-time guitarist Mark Teague will perform at Smokes' for the 1,500th consecutive Tuesday night, a streak that survived the COVID-19 pandemic.
04/18/22 9:09pm
Here's a comprehensive guide to the courses that double count, based on data from Penn's College Requirements page.
03/23/22 5:16pm
The concert is set to take place in Penn Park on April 8 at 8 p.m., followed by the Daytime Fling event the next day, on April 9.
03/01/22 3:51pm
Immediately following the vote, the Penn community is invited to welcome Magill with a procession down Locust Walk led by the Penn Band.
01/13/22 6:38pm
In a wide-ranging interview, covering topics spanning from Penn Medicine and University fundraising to fly fishing, Magill spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian after the announcement.
01/13/22 12:00pm
Magill, who currently serves as the University of Virginia's Provost and Executive Vice President, will assume the Penn Presidency on July 1.
12/23/21 2:19pm
On-campus housing move-in, which was previously scheduled to begin on Jan. 8, will begin on Jan. 15 and in-person classes will resume on Jan. 24. 
12/15/21 3:11pm
Finals scheduled through Dec. 17 will continue in person, while finals during the week of Dec. 20 will be online. 
12/09/21 11:31pm
Penn community members coped with the ever-changing pandemic and associated losses, and they managed a complicated and often stressful return to in-person classes and exams.
12/09/21 8:58pm
Dubé said the decision to prohibit indoor social events was preventative in nature and was made in an effort to avoid the need for further restrictions on campus movement, which could jeopardize the University's academic mission.
12/09/21 7:05pm
Whether in-person or online, masked or unmasked, socializing or isolating, COVID-19 continued to determine what life at Penn looked like in 2021.
12/07/21 5:22pm
The clinic will provide the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to all students, faculty, staff, and postdoctoral students.
11/30/21 9:50pm
The University's COVID-19 positivity rate increased slightly last week, rising from 0.64% between Nov. 14 and Nov. 20 to 0.84% between Nov. 21 and Nov. 27, mimicking a nationwide trend.
11/16/21 11:35pm
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé said the majority of the cases were linked to either travel to areas with lower vaccination rates or transmission by unvaccinated family members.
11/14/21 4:47pm
The course, PSCI 398: How Washington Really Works, will include students from Penn and George Mason University, and will be co-taught by Emanuel and George Mason University professor Steve Pearlstein. 
11/10/21 10:51am
While the overall case count remains low, thousands of students — including 2,856 undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences — are at risk of receiving noncompliance red PennOpen Passes on Nov. 16 due to testing noncompliance.
11/03/21 1:06am
More than 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students received red PennOpen Passes for COVID-19 testing noncompliance two weeks ago.
10/27/21 9:12pm
The registration holds will be placed on student accounts on Oct. 29, barring students from participating in the upcoming Advance Registration period, which begins on Nov. 1.
10/27/21 2:37pm
Students who have not received a COVID-19 test since Oct. 19 are in danger of receiving red passes and have until Oct. 30 to get tested.
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