Articles by Pia Singh

05/03/21 2:53pm
Wang was a 22-year-old student in the accelerated seven-year joint Biology-Dental program from Princeton Junction, New Jersey.
04/28/21 2:58pm
Following nationwide coverage and uproar, the University committed to a "respectful, consultative resolution" with the goal of reuniting the remains with the Africa family, according to an email sent Wednesday afternoon to undergraduates from Provost Wendell Pritchett and Penn Museum Director Christopher Woods.
04/19/21 1:38am
Voters will cast their decision for local races, and for new judges to Pennsylvania’s three statewide appellate courts — some of the highest positions in state government that will affect policy for years to come. 
04/07/21 2:39pm
While Penn announced it plans to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions associated with underlying investments in its endowment, it will not be completely divesting from fossil fuels.
03/23/21 2:23am
The Alpha Phi International Fraternity banned the chapter from holding in-person and virtual events until May 11, at which date the chapter's status will be reviewed again based on the University investigation.
03/15/21 12:32pm
In an email sent an email to faculty on Monday morning, top University administrators cited the increasing availability of vaccines and Biden's recent promise to make every adult in the United States eligible for vaccination by May 1 as reason to be hopeful about a nearing end to the pandemic.
03/08/21 1:10am
Crimes listed were reported to Penn's Division of Public Safety in the Penn Patrol Zone from March 1 to March 7. 
02/13/21 5:00pm
The Senate voted to acquit Trump in his second impeachment trial on — falling short of the two-thirds majority needed for conviction.
01/27/21 2:40am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with multiple students who have survived COVID-19. Here are their stories.
01/20/21 1:04pm
Biden, a former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice, was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States this afternoon in a ceremony markedly different from any other inauguration in the nation's history. 
12/06/20 11:35pm
Penn's latest sustainability report for fiscal year 2020 highlights a sizable reduction in carbon emissions and waste generation — much of which is due to the pandemic. 
12/03/20 11:54pm
While most student visas are valid up to one year after graduation, international students majoring in STEM-designated programs can become eligible for an additional two-year work extension in their Optional Practical Training.
11/29/20 11:50pm
The Penn Biden Center was always intended to continue even after Biden left. Now, students and professors are hoping the Center continues to expand and become a formal space for those interested in public policy careers. 
11/13/20 12:15am
This lawsuit marks Trump’s most thorough attack against the certification of Pennsylvania’s election results.
11/10/20 11:37am
Penn Vice Provost of Global Initiatives Ezekiel Emanuel has been named to President-elect Joe Biden's Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board, a 13-member team of leading public health experts who will guide the nation’s pandemic response in a markedly different approach than the current administration.
11/09/20 12:24am
Despite the celebrations, many students believe the nation must continue fighting for progressive policies in efforts to undo the nation's divisions exacerbated under the current administration.
11/07/20 11:34am
Biden, a 77-year-old Scranton, Pa. native, will be the third president with close ties to Penn, following Donald Trump and William Henry Harrison.
11/06/20 1:30am
As of 9 a.m. on Friday morning, Biden led Trump by over 5,000 votes with 95% of Pennsylvania's vote reported as scores of Philadelphia absentee and mail-in ballots were finally counted. 
11/06/20 12:49am
During the Walter Wallace Jr. protests earlier this week, Philadelphia police officers bashed in the windows of an SUV and beat the female driver and another passenger, and shortly appeared to remove a toddler from the car. An investigation has since been opened into the incident, and reasons for the violence remain unclear.
11/04/20 12:18am
Of the 689 ballots cast at Houston Hall, ARCH, and Walnut Street West Library on Tuesday, 83% were cast for former Vice President Joe Biden.
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