This past Saturday, the DP went to the Women's March on Washington to cover the procession. Hundreds of thousands of protesters were in attendance of the march. Get an inside look at the experience here.
NEWS | Have you ever wondered where the sound of chimes that happen daily on Locust Walk come from? Take a look as we investigate the source of the mystery bells.
POLITICS | Take a look at the Inauguration in DC through the lens of one of our video journalists.
The DP went to Penn's premier hackathon, PennApps, to find out more about why so many students come to participate.
Penn President Amy Gutmann decried President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration in a speech outside College Hall tonight.
Follow our coverage on Gutmann's statement here: http://www.thedp.com/article/2017/01/amy-gutmann-makes-statement-on-college-green-supporting-immigrant-students
Originally from Facebook Live.
Though Penn men's basketball came up short in its attempt to pull off the upset of the century over first-place Princeton, the Red and Blue still had their fair share of highlights.
Check out Darnell Foreman, AJ Brodeur and the rest of the Red and Blue leaving it all out there on Tuesday night:
Video columnist Amanda Reid discusses President Trump's proposed immigration ban and how, even though it comes across as a shock event to the public, it feels very familiar to many citizens of the listed countries, particularly those in the Penn community.
Meet Brandon Lin, who currently holds the world record for average solve time of the Square-1 Rubik's Cube, and Collin Burns, who previously held the world record for single solve 3x3 Rubik's Cube. See how they brought their passion for cubing to Penn.
Vice President Biden was at Penn to discuss cancer research on a panel at the Silfen Forum.
In the first part in a series of research projects here at Penn, learn about attempts to improve the world of social impact microfinance. Simon Oh walks us through his work, experiences, and goals.
Watch admitted Quakers react to their acceptances into the University of Pennsylvania!
Read our editorial: What potential Quakers need to know. http://www.thedp.com/article/2017/04/editorial-accepted-students
As Fling approaches, learn everything you need to know about Fling in the Quad
Penn held the 123rd annual Penn Relays this weekend, the largest and oldest track and field competition in the US.
See our gallery here: http://www.thedp.com/gallery/penn-relays-2017-gallery
The march, organized by a variety of student groups, was in support of immigrant rights, and began with speeches from students, some of whom have been directly affected by recent immigration policies.
After many black freshman students were added to a number of group chats containing racist and threatening slurs and imagery, students gathered outside of Van Pelt Library to make their voices heard in response.
As Penn Athletics celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Palestra, a look back on the gym through the years.
Check out these real-life cowboys of West Philadelphia