On the night of Nov. 8, 2016, while the world watched the unexpected ascent of Donald Trump to the presidency, I had one mission: to put out a paper.
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As of 11:45 p.m. on Tuesday, the New York Times projected 1968 Wharton graduate and Republican nominee Donald Trump had over 95 percent chance of winning the presidential election. Students on campus reacted with hesitancy and surprise.
Biden told the crowd he had come to campus to grab lunch with his granddaughter.
On Monday, Engineering graduate student Alfredo "Freddy" Abravanel died "unexpectedly," according to an emails sent to the Engineering community Tuesday morning.
While Penn football was up 7-0 at halftime in Saturday's game against Columbia at Franklin Field, the Lions' band made a fierce attack at the home team.
Penn Police officer Ed Miller and Philadelphia Police Sergeant Sylvia Young were among those shot. Both officers were in stable condition at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center and "alert and talking," according to 6ABC.
During an hour-long interview, Baron discussed his experience leading the Boston Globe's coverage of sexual abuse among Catholic priests — the investigative reporting shown in the 2015 film — as well as other sensitive stories he's handled during his career.
Students woke up to hundred of flyers plastering campus, declaring, "This is what rape culture looks like."
For many political journalists, Philadelphia is nothing more than a stop on the campaign trail.
It's looking even more likely that a Wharton alumnus will clinch the Republican nomination for 2016.
In an effort to clarify the series of events that informed our reporting, The Daily Pennsylvanian has created a timeline of our account.
The imminent winter wonderland will halt SEPTA on Saturday.
No shots were fired during this incident, and the suspect never took the gun out of the holster or pointed it at officers
On Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council elected a new board to be led by Wharton junior David Moore of Kappa Sigma.
A woman called Penn Police to complain that a man had touched her inappropriately as she walked up the stairs of the subway at 40th and Market streets.
The school is ranking No. 9 this year in National Universities, compared to No. 8 last year and No. 7 in 2013.
The suspects allegedly robbed a 7-11 on 42nd and Walnut Streets.
Penn Police stopped the suspect at 40th and Market Streets after he tried to rob and assault two victims who reported the incident.
In the wake of AXO's vote to revoke its charter, the Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at other recent off-campus moves.
Two suspects fled the scene of an unarmed robbery on 41st and Baltimore Friday night.