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12/15/22 7:28pm
According to the announcement, over 8,000 students applied to Penn through the Early Decision Program this year — an increase from last year’s 7,795 applicants and the largest early decision applicant pool in its history. 
12/11/22 2:00pm
The DP's coverage followed all the developments, from the search for a new provost to the sudden departure of the director of the Pan-Asian American Community House.
11/30/22 10:54pm
The lawsuit's plaintiffs alleged that Penn “breached a contract” when it transitioned to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, demanding a refund for a portion of their tuition for the spring 2020 semester. 
11/03/22 8:16pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to eight experts and three Penn students about what fossil fuel divestment would entail from an administrative standpoint, the challenges of divestment, as well as the potential environmental impact.  
10/19/22 8:10pm
The University’s funding plan will be announced at the Oct. 26 University Council meeting and will sustain the center for four and a half years.
10/12/22 9:59pm
The announcement precedes the upcoming end of Ruger’s term on June 30, 2023, after eight years in the position. 
09/28/22 9:50pm
FIRE ranked Penn 188th for disruptive conduct, 187th for comfort expressing ideas, and 130th for administrative support.
09/27/22 9:27pm
Penn’s total endowment assets increased by $200.8 million over the 2022 fiscal year. 
09/19/22 12:26am
Students voiced concerns about the MEC at an open session regarding Penn's upcoming re-evaluation with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
09/13/22 11:48pm
Miller comes to Penn from Princeton University, where she spent four years as the associate dean for access, diversity, and inclusion at Princeton Graduate School.
07/07/22 9:40am
The cookie company will relocate its headquarters to a 26,000-square-foot building at 1 S. Broad St., across from City Hall. 
06/06/22 12:00am
Dock Street West brewery closed in May, the location will house new microbrewery, Carbon Copy
04/14/22 1:42am
Harris spoke at the Metal Worker's Local Union No. 19 in the parking lot of the Sheet Metal Worker's Union Hall in South Philadelphia, along with other Democratic politicians.
04/08/22 1:09am
An Emeritus Associate Professor in the Management Department at the Wharton School, Hrebiniak was an international lecturer, author, and expert in corporate management strategy.
03/28/22 12:57am
The rise in cases is likely due to an eased masking requirements, the new BA.2 variant, and social activities, according to the University statement.
02/23/22 12:15am
The PCRM supplied records showing that 15 out of 23 monkeys experimented on by Neuralink at UC Davis had died, and all had suffered from behavioral and physical injuries.
02/16/22 10:32pm
Guest speakers Special Agent Jake Archer of the FBI Art Crime Team and Assistant U.S. Attorney K.T. Newton will discuss recent issues surrounding art and antiquity fraud during the lecture on Feb. 17.
02/08/22 10:10pm
Comaroff was placed on unpaid leave last month after allegations of “unwanted touching, verbal sexual harassment, and professional retaliation," The Harvard Crimson reported. 
01/30/22 10:41pm
The club hosts special events around the Chinese holidays, allowing students to celebrate while trying their hand at Chinese calligraphy.
11/28/21 10:17pm
At-risk groups include older populations, people with HIV, and those with drug addiction.
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