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04/28/22 12:20am
The report found that slavery “powerfully shaped” Harvard, as many key donors built their wealth from slavery.
04/26/22 8:29pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered five tips to help you have the best coffee chat ever.
04/25/22 10:21pm
The lawsuit — filed earlier this month by the human resources manager at Rutgers' business school — alleges that the school spent at least $400,000 placing seven graduates into "sham" positions.
04/19/22 8:48am
The mandate, which was announced last week and went into effect on April 18, made Philadelphia the first major city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate following an uptick in COVID-19 cases. 
04/11/22 8:48pm
From keeping it short to being appreciative, here are The Daily Pennsylvanian's five tips to help you write a killer cold email.
03/29/22 10:58pm
From studying up on your interviewer to practicing your talking points aloud, here are the DP's 10 tips to help you nail your job interview.
02/22/22 1:25am
In an email sent to The Daily Pennsylvanian on Feb. 20, Director of Hospitality Services Pam Lampitt said that the move back to self-service marks a return to pre-pandemic dining operations.
02/10/22 10:40pm
The report, titled "How the Pandemic Has Affected Philadelphia’s Economy and Jobs," investigated how COVID-19 impacted Philadelphia's employment rates and demographics.
01/23/22 10:33pm
Students are expected to provide proof of vaccination in compliance with Philadelphia’s vaccine card mandate when dining at any of Penn's retail dining locations.
01/11/22 10:57pm
Residential dining halls will suspend indoor dining and operate with a grab-and-go "takeout" system for the foreseeable future. 
12/09/21 6:59pm
Classes remained largely virtual until fall 2021, when in-person instruction — as well as the on-campus party scene — resumed. 
11/18/21 10:33pm
Benny's was initially set to open in spring 2020 but was delayed due to the sudden closure of the University in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
11/11/21 9:45pm
Residential Services maintained that buildings go through routine maintenance checks several times a year and that flooding issues are not due to poorly maintained buildings.
10/29/21 6:52am
The 1.5-million-square-foot, 17-story facility is set to open to patients on Oct. 30.
10/07/21 12:15am
For sophomores and juniors looking at off-campus housing for next year, there are a variety of popular options, ranging from studio apartments to Victorian townhouses.
09/15/21 12:26am
After having adapted their instruction methods for the last year and a half, many of these professors said those changes are here to stay — at least for now.
09/01/21 10:26pm
Campus mailrooms have been flooded with packages, prompting delays and leaving students without essential dorm items.
08/24/21 8:55pm
Penn Dining will also open several new dining locations and will use electronic kiosks and mobile apps to streamline the ordering process.
05/16/21 6:18pm
From the Eagles' first-ever Super Bowl victory, to a contentious Amy Wax op-ed, the Class of 2021's first year at Penn was defined by celebration and controversy.
04/30/21 12:15am
Though all summer 2021 courses are set to be held online, a number of on-campus services — including libraries, recreational facilities, and the Penn Museum — will be open to students staying in Philadelphia.
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