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Harvard Law school recently announced they will allow students to submit the GRE in place of the LSAT, but some Penn Law students don't think Penn should do the same.
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“Sometimes on college campuses that seem really big and massive and sprawling, it’s really easy to forget one another, or not see one another, or look past one another,” Brencher said. “We miss opportunities to serve one another if we aren’t present.”
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For both students and athletes, the pressure to be on top can be more than daunting. And although recent years have seen prominent incidents of doping, Elizabeth Beisel argues those who win without cheating find success more meaningful.
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Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine's faculty and students say the food supply and economy of Pennsylvania will be at risk if the school loses the $30 million in state funding — 20 percent of their budget — that the new budget proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf intends to cut. 
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Of the top 10 happiest cities, eight were from California, with Fremont claiming the top spot. Sioux Falls, S.D. was ranked No. 5 and Washington, D.C. was ranked No. 10.
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The recently elected Pennsylvania attorney general spoke as the keynote for Saint Anthony Hall's Speaker Series, a decades-old program the fraternity organizes to engage members of Greek life and other students in political discussions.
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Halfway into Women’s Week, hosted by Penn Association for Gender Equity, students gathered in a Steinberg-Dietrich Hall to hear a group of women faculty members examine the future of feminism and gender equity under President Donald Trump’s administration. 
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Regina Cunningham will assume the position in April
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Graduate Employees Together — University of Pennsylvania, or GET-UP, has 1,100 members and wants to form a graduate student labor union at Penn.
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Team Haya qualified for the Regional Finals in Boston by winning the Hult Prize at Penn, proposing a plant-based toothbrush that does not require water or toothpaste. 
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Pottruck said in an interview with the Daily Pennsylvanian that the goal is to ensure that student-athletes acquire the necessary leadership skills to help them not only in the playing field, but also in their academic and professional careers.
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On Tuesday, DHS announced that individuals flying from Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Morocco would not be permitted to carry electronic devices bigger than a smartphone on planes.
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Although President Donald Trump is the highest-ranking Penn graduate in the federal government, other notable graduates of the University serve in Washington as well. Here are the four current members of the U.S. House of Representatives that hold Penn degrees.
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While few people think that a true zombie apocalypse in the style of The Walking Dead or World War Z is likely to happen any time soon, the drill is meant to simulate any large-scale public-safety crisis like a major disease outbreak, terrorism or a natural disaster.
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“They wanted people who had more knowledge of mechanical engineering,” Wharton and Engineering freshman George Pandya said. “I was able to get some experience with developing mechanical tools before I came here and that really helped me get the position when I applied.”
03/22/17 12:01am
Thompson spoke as part of the SPEC Connaissance & Film event in Irvine Auditorium on Tuesday
03/21/17 11:46pm
Lustick said he does not forsee progress toward resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the near future. "We have this so-called Nash equilibrium, where everyone — all the players are trapped on a global maximum, and it won't get off it."
03/21/17 11:37pm
Penn Political Coalition — the umbrella organization for political student groups — joined with College Republicans and Penn in Washington to host Reihan Salam, the executive editor of National Review, in Huntsman Hall. 
03/21/17 9:25pm
“Is the best latke you’ve eaten going to get any better?” he said. “I think we’ve got centuries of experience with good latkes ... the brighter days for hamantaschen are ahead.” 
03/21/17 9:12pm
The event features an all-female cast of speakers — including former Pennsylvania senatorial candidate Katie McGinty and New York Times associate digital editor Jazmine Hughes — who are business owners and leaders in their professional fields.