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09/20/23 7:56pm
Penn came in fourth among Ivy League schools, with Princeton University topping the list.
09/12/23 7:31pm
To accommodate the construction process, the current Egypt Gallery will temporarily close to the public starting Nov. 6.
09/12/23 7:31pm
To accommodate the construction process, the current Egypt Gallery will temporarily close to the public starting Nov. 6.
09/06/23 8:01pm
For the fiscal year ending June 30, Penn Medicine disclosed a revenue figure of nearly $10 billion and an operating income of $238 million.
08/30/23 6:56pm
The pilot program, which runs at Henry C. Lea Elementary School and Andrew Hamilton School, aims to help students stay engaged in the classroom.
08/21/23 4:54pm
Penn’s seven Cultural Resource Centers offer students a place to find a community for support and growth.
02/19/23 10:11pm
The exhibition, titled “Minerva Parker Nichols: The Search for a Forgotten Architect,” will run from March 21 to June 17.
02/07/23 7:25pm
The study seeks to identify which households received ERA funding and how they were chosen. 
01/30/23 9:42pm
The letter, which was sent on Jan. 23 and written by Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas), asked for clarification on Blinken's knowledge of classified documents at the Center. 
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.
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