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01/17/23 8:50pm
The grant will allow for genetic counselors to continue their education and research new ways to implement genomic data into clinical practice.
09/27/22 1:04am
In 13 short speeches, representatives from FFP and other campus and local activism groups explained FFP’s three major demands.
09/14/22 11:51pm
Last March, the Penn Board of Trustees agreed to increase tuition to $81,340 in the 2022-23 school year, up 2.9% from $79,014 in the 2021-22 school year.
09/13/22 11:50pm
Starting in fall 2023, all eligible students at Princeton University will be exempt from paying all college-related expenses, including room and board.
09/09/22 9:01pm
Philadelphia City Councilmembers Helen Gym and Kendra Brooks released a joint statement in support of extending the federal contact with HUD and "committing city dollars" to ensure affordability.
09/06/22 10:44pm
Neal Nathanson, former Microbiology Department chair at Perelman School of Medicine, died in August due to complications of leukemia and pneumonia.
09/01/22 10:34pm
Tenants in the 70-unit townhouse complex have until Oct. 8 to find affordable housing.
08/31/22 6:32am
The “Best of the Best” list features 40 four-year colleges — up from 30 last year — that achieved a five out of five on the Campus Pride Index by receiving an overall score of 93% or higher. 
04/26/22 1:02am
Following the acquisition, Twitter shares will no longer be publicly exchanged, and Musk will pay Twitter stockholders $54.20 in cash per share.
04/11/22 8:46pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Dane Greisiger, the former president of the DP, Inc. and an incoming associate for Boston Consulting Group.
01/26/22 8:43pm
Cosmic Writers began as Word Camp, a free summer program founded in 2020 by Miller after receiving the 2020 Kelly Writers House Kerry Prize.
01/23/22 11:36pm
Thomas broke meet, program, and pool records at the 2021 Zippy Invitational — which has since sparked a national conversation about transgender athletes in sports and current NCAA guidelines.
01/12/22 9:54pm
The annual Forbes list recognizes 600 up-and-coming leaders under 30 years old from 20 different industries.
12/06/21 11:45pm
Hasting Center Fellows are selected based on the impact their work has on scholarship and public perception of ethical issues affecting the fields of health, health care, science, and technology. 
12/05/21 10:17pm
Countries like New Zealand, Vietnam, and Japan are requiring travelers from the United States to quarantine upon arrival even if they are fully vaccinated.
11/08/21 10:27pm
The Young Explorer Award was launched in February 2021, and is presented jointly by the NOMIS Foundation and Science Magazine.
11/08/21 9:12am
The initiative was led by GAPSA's Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Leadership Council and took place in Houston Hall on Nov. 5 and 6. 
10/10/21 11:37pm
WEDIG, which was founded in fall 2020, strives to promote inclusivity for underrepresented groups in Wharton.
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