I took a leaf out of Obama’s book — from his grassroots campaign to “collective action” rhetoric — and observed the ceremony via the people on the National Mall.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Law School alumnus and freshman U.S. Rep. Matthew Cartwright (D-Pa.) to discuss his time at Penn Law and his goals for Congress.
Penn students rose as early as 3 a.m. Monday to join the crowd of over one million spectators for President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on the National Mall.
Barack Obama, the United States’ first black president, was sworn in for a second term on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with a forceful inaugural speech
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Looking ahead to Monday’s inauguration, President Barack Obama may have a tough act to follow: himself.