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How The Rotunda at Penn, a long-running arts and culture hub for the West Philadelphia community, has adapted its programming during the pandemic.
With the spring semester fast approaching and protocols and safety standards in place, housing and dining is ready for undergraduate students to return to campus in January.
Eco-Reps across Penn offer sustainability tips to save money, help the environment, and consume less during the holidays.
Additional support from P. Roy Vagelos and Diana T. Vagelos helps to expand the building project which will consolidate the University’s existing and future energy research.
The Food and Wellness Collaborative, which emerged from the ‘Your Big Idea’ competition, has turned an expanse of turf into a productive growing space.
As Penn settles into Phase II of research resumption and the fall semester gears up, essential workers keep the campus running. Penn Today spoke with three workers about their “new normal.”
Campus construction during the pandemic has proven challenging but manageable, with 390 active construction projects.
Even before the pandemic, campus initiatives like NatureRx@Penn and the 30x30 Challenge encouraged time outside. These efforts are continuing, now that restorative outlets are more important than ever.
The agreement will result in the construction in central Pennsylvania of two new solar energy facilities that combined can generate 220 megawatts of electricity.
Small businesses in and around Penn are coming up with creative ways to financially survive the coronavirus crisis, as local and state governments issue shelter-in-place orders.
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The Wharton School’s Susan Wachter spoke about changes in the real estate market. “All the growth in housing new sales is in the South, where housing is affordable,” said Wachter.
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