Articles by Zoe Braccia

11/26/18 11:40pm
Jerry Rabinowitz, who graduated from the College in 1977 and from the Perelman School of Medicine in 1977, was one of 11 people killed in the Pittsburgh shooting on Oct. 27. 
11/13/18 2:19am
Powell also served as director of the initiative, which focused mainly on increasing the number and diversity of languages, specifically those of Indigenous communities, offered at Penn.
11/06/18 6:38am
A large task force will be put in place in order to protect against voting fraud and monitor polling locations in Philadelphia on Election Day.
10/31/18 3:28am
According to a report from The New York Times, the 1968 Wharton graduate frequently confides in his close friends in phone calls made using an iPhone that is not secure. 
10/23/18 11:43pm
The award, which was part of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, was also given to 19 other cities, including Pittsburgh, Boston, and Washington, D.C. 
10/09/18 12:00pm
Jay Kislak is the namesake of the Van Pelt Library Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
10/01/18 1:31am
The event, which is a part of the annual National Electric Contractors Association convention, will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.  
09/24/18 8:45pm
Neighborhoods in Los Angeles and Manhattan secured the top spots, with a 91.4 percent and a 54.5 percent increase in millennial populations respectively. 
09/21/18 12:25am
Out of the ten most populous cities in America, Philadelphia had the highest poverty rate and was named the poorest large city.
09/13/18 2:43am
Princeton University continued their streak at the top, coming in first for the eighth year in a row. 
09/06/18 6:18pm
More than twenty U.S. diplomats stationed in Cuba and in China have reported a baffling collection of symptoms over the last two years. 
08/30/18 7:40pm
Glioblastoma has a high fatality rate because the tumor works to transform cells into treatment-resistant bodies, so finding an effective treatment historically has proven difficult.
08/28/18 4:16am
At Penn, longtime psychology professor Robert Kurzban resigned in July after allegations of two separate romantic relationships with students were reported by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
08/21/18 12:28am
Here are some of last spring's biggest stories that still have ongoing implications on campus.
05/04/18 10:50pm
Penn announced that NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and 1967 Penn graduate Andrea Mitchell will serve as commencement speaker for the Class of 2018’s graduation on May 14. 
04/19/18 1:26am
Gregory Vincent, who graduated from Penn's Graduate School of Education in 2004, was just elected as the president of Hobart and William Smiths last April.
04/16/18 3:15pm
In the two months since the major was first pitched, students spoke out against the proposal, arguing that it threatened the liberal arts education at the university.
04/08/18 4:59pm
Brown University will feature a total of seven artists over their Spring Weekend: Rico Nasty, DRAM, NAO, What Cheer? Brigade, Rina Sawayama, Whitney and Anderson Paak. 
03/29/18 2:00pm
Following the March for Our Lives protest, Penn professor Jonathan Zimmerman published an op-ed arguing that 16- and 17-year-olds should be given the ability to vote. 
03/21/18 11:21pm
The incident occurred at a Panera Bread restaurant while students were away on spring break. 
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