Articles by Siddarth Tumu

02/08/19 1:51am
After construction is finished, a turf-material field will be installed in the area, constituting what Penn's Landscape Architect said is an improvement on the previous grass space.
02/01/19 6:03am
On Jan. 21, a pipe burst in Harrison, causing a sprinkler to go off. One day later, there was no hot water in Harnwell.
01/22/19 3:28am
The new program also looks to complement the new sophomore housing policy, which states all sophomores must live on campus starting in fall 2021, and the ongoing construction of NCH West.
01/16/19 3:27am
Since the end of last semester, site excavation continued, brick walkways were torn out, and temporary lighting was installed, according to an email sent to Rodin College House residents on Jan. 10. 
11/28/18 5:49am
Co-sponsored by Penn Association for Gender Equity and United Minorities Council, the Celebrating Women of Color in Activism event aimed to promote solidarity among women of color as well as the intersectionality between feminism and race issues. 
11/19/18 5:59am
The Social Planning and Events Committee hosted the event featuring the former NFL star and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" television actor.
11/13/18 1:32am
After the announcement of Musk stepping down Wednesday evening, Tesla’s shares rose almost 1 percent. 
11/05/18 4:12am
For the second year in a row, the DP has won the Pacemaker, a highly prestigious award that is commonly referred to as the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism. 
10/30/18 6:15am
PennChart aims to provide automated real-time updates that notify clinicians when a patient requires specific action or treatment. 
10/29/18 3:05am
The eight-hour event was the first of its kind on Penn’s campus and took more than a year of planning on the part of members of the University’s extended healthcare community.
10/08/18 10:42pm
Philadelphia fell behind neighboring cities such as New York City, which ranked 107, and Pittsburgh, which ranked 171.
09/29/18 9:01pm
The event, 'Testimonios: Voices in Solidarity Against State Repression,' was co-sponsored by the Latin American and Latino Studies program and by Wharton Latino.
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