Articles by Jonah Miller

01/13/22 11:29pm
The University will partner with SunRay Drugs, a local pharmacy, to offer the COVID-19 booster vaccine to all students, faculty, staff, and postdoctoral students.
01/12/22 11:26pm
1,281 Penn community members tested positive for COVID-19 last week — the highest number of new cases in one week since the start of the fall semester.
01/11/22 10:13pm
Penn will begin the spring semester with several COVID-19 mitigation measures — including two weeks of virtual learning and a new masking requirement.
12/15/21 5:13pm
Cancellations include a Dec. 18 graduation ceremony, athletic competitions, the closure of campus libraries and fitness centers, and transition of final exams to an online format.
12/09/21 1:01am
Despite a trend of students from the same high schools consistently being admitted, the Admissions Office maintained that there is no formula to get accepted to Penn. 
11/16/21 10:27pm
Penn Medicine researchers concluded that those who enrolled in COVID Watch benefited from a 68 percent reduction in mortality rate.
10/29/21 1:03am
Should a strike occur, Penn plans on partnering with Drexel University, the University of Pennsylvania Health System, and the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania to ensure Penn faculty can get to work.
10/20/21 11:26pm
The event, “Conspiracy Theory and Political Culture, Past and Present,” covered topics ranging from the use of social media as a means to spread conspiracy theories, to the future prevalence of conspiracy theories in American political culture.
10/07/21 10:15pm
Although Trump’s net worth remains an estimated $2.5 billion for the second year in a row, a higher cutoff of $2.9 billion leaves him $400 million behind the list’s lowest spot.
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