Students marched along Walnut Street as they chanted “Not my president” and held up signs that read “Love trumps hate.”
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On the eve of the United States presidential election, various groups on campus reflected on democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and performance throughout the electoral period.
Lorenzo Bonfiglio’s pretrial at the Criminal Justice Center was originally scheduled for July 14 this year, but has since been pushed back three times and is currently scheduled for Nov. 29
While Halloween night may be quieter this year, there have been many years past where shocking events occurred.
Until last semester, Penn First thought that opening a First Generation Low Income center would take ten years.
College senior Ashley Stinnett is currently enrolled in two of the most unorthodox classes at Penn: Religious Studies 356, known colloquially as the “monk class,” and ”Wasting Time on the Internet.”
The Rodin Arts Collective rejected College junior Esther Cohen's application to perform controversial play Dry Land. She later received assistance from the Penn Women's Center to perform it in another venue.
Eric Hoover has spearheaded an effort to form a Penn chapter of the national pro-life group, Students for Life of America. SFLA advocates for the protection of “pre-born children” and the outlawing of abortion.
On Sept. 26, after the first presidential debate, Brousse fired off 14 tweets about her family's experience in Atlantic City during Trump's construction boom there.
Since 1994, communities all across the United States have come together every October to pay homage to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer history.
For the first time this year, the V-Day Penn College Campaign has collected stories from Penn students for their initiatives against gender-based violence.
Ashley Sweeney, a manager at the 30th Street Station outlet said the Cosi outlets on Penn’s and Drexel’s campuses are “high-value stores” which are likely to remain open for a “long, long time" even if ownership of the chain changes.
Penn First, the student organization for first generation, low income (FGLI) students on campus, implemented a range of projects after their inaugural summit in April this year.
Don't tell the freshmen in the New College House, Kings Court English College House or Stouffer College House, but every year the freshman halls of the Quad are the loudest in bragging about their closeness. Here are this year's five (self-proclaimed) contenders for the closest hall.
Attendees walked from the Penn Women's Center to Thomas Paine Plaza, where they joined up with hundreds of other Philadelphians who were holding up signs that said “Don’t blame the victim” and “Sleeping next to you doesn’t equal consent.”
Queer religious groups extend outreach to LGBTQ students in wake of homophobic protest on College Green
“For too many of the students in QCF, this rhetoric is nothing now,” Christian Association campus minister Rev. Megan LeCluyse said. “That does not change the fact that [such messages] are incredibly hurtful.”
Wambach had been slated to speak as part of the Authors@Wharton Speaker Series launched by professor Adam Grant. and was supposed to discuss her new book, “Forward: A Memoir."
All-female comedy sketch group Bloomers held the second installation of their annual comedy festival LaughtHERfest on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Over the summer, the Penn Violence Prevention Office tripled in staff, welcoming Associate Director Malik Washington and Program Coordinator Katie Chockley.
Struggling to retain its members, PATH seeks to increase invovlement to build a more inclusive athletic community.