The original GOP-drawn map was ruled unconstitutional by Philadelphia’s Supreme Court on Jan. 22 on the grounds of gerrymandering.
The law students who filed the comment are part of the Environmental Law Project, one of 27 pro bono groups at Penn Law School.
Yagoda visited the Writers House as a part of an ongoing speaker series funded by a donation from 1962 College graduate Maury Povich.
Graduate student leaders say this is a strategic decision that graduate student workers across the country are making to ensure that they have the right to unionize in the long-term.
The conference, which includes students from all eight Ivy League institutions, will feature over 350 attendees, 275 of whom will be staying on Penn's campus over the weekend.
Wax alleges that Law School Dean Ted Ruger asked her 'to take a leave of absence next year and to cease teaching a mandatory first-year course.'
While other drones rely on satellite signals and only function outdoors, these new drones employ algorithms that allow them to move efficiently to their target and within close range.
For the first time since College sophomore Blaze Bernstein's death, his family have come to campus to mourn with the staff, students and faculty who knew — and loved — their son.
Aaron Panofsky discussed the influence of genetic ancestry tests have on white supremacist groups, specifically members of the website Stormfront, the web's first major racial hate site.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said that there is 'no compelling evidence' that immigration has led to economic dislocation in the United States.
In the event held in Claudia Cohen Hall on Feb. 14, Penn political science professors discussed issues ranging from Americans’ impressions of Trump to the many implications of his policies.
Freier, the first Hasidic female judge in the country, discussed the obstacles she's faced and the ways she's persevered in balancing her religious life with her professional life, never compromising either.
Director of Outreach and Prevention Services Meeta Kumar said CAPS currently cannot keep up with the rapid expansion of its staff.
Yale is not alone — the Panhellenic Council at Penn founded the Panhellenic Scholarship Fund in 2013 to “help multiple women who need financial assistance with their sorority dues.”
The statue was reinstalled in Love Park on Feb. 13.
At Penn, graduate students are undergoing a similar process as they, led by Graduate Employees Together—University of Pennsylvania, a pro-union student organization, have been working to organize a vote concerning unionization.
"We can no longer consider Mr. Wynn to be an exemplary role model for the industry and, more importantly, for our students," the University wrote in a statement on Feb. 9.
While being honored with the Lincoln Award, Sessions said "upholding the rule of the law, day in and day out” would be the best way to remain true to the former president's legacy.
Penn’s decision came several days after Wynn’s resignation as the RNC finance chair, and five days before his as resignation of CEO of Wynn resorts.
Graduate students received permission in December 2017 from the Philadelphia National Labor Relations Board to hold an election deciding whether or not they will form a union.