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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held a rally Wednesday night on Temple's campus. The rally drew a crowd of over 10,000, of which not all could fit into the venue
The first UPennAlert sent during Spring Fling concerned an affiliated woman who reported a man attempting to follow her into her building.
With the impending closure of the IRCS this summer, cognitive science majors express concerns over the future of the department.
Film and video groups get their own campus acronym with the creation of the new coalition UTV.
Oh Snap! Photography has hosted its spring contest for a third year in a row, celebrating students' casual photography skills.
Penn students often do not seek help for graduate school admission tests, even as the University tries to normalize asking for help.
Greek Week, involving the Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council and the Intercultural Greek Council, was hosted last week, included talks and workshops for members.
Thousands of voters across Pennsylvania have registered as Republicans in the upcoming primaries, the majority of whom are Democrats switching parties.
An anti-Islamophobia group has formed on campus, in response to rising discriminatory sentiment around the country.
College junior Kat McKay and College sophomore Sola Park were elected as the new president and vice president of the Undergraduate Assembly, respectively.
Before the authors of "Notorious RBG" gave a talk at the Penn Law School, students were able to pose with and purchase the book.
Professor Dan Hopkins' study showed a growing disinterest in local politics, remarking on an increased rise in political distrust among the American people.