Articles by Avni Kataria

04/22/18 11:22pm
On March 28, Penn introduced a new policy banning all sexual relations between undergraduate students and faculty members.
04/19/18 11:43pm
Referring to Penn as 'Trump University,' the conservative speaker said one reason to vote for Trump was because 'it makes Democrats cry, and their salty, delicious, leftist tears give [him] joy.'
04/13/18 3:19pm
The controversial Penn Law professor was recognized by the National Association of Scholars for her 'academic courage' in wake of 'continued harassment for speaking uncomfortable truths.'
04/03/18 11:56pm
"It’s not just about the policy, it’s more about the trend and government's attitude which makes me feel much less welcome,” a student said. “I don’t want to be in a place I’m not welcome.”
04/01/18 2:58pm
The teams that advanced beyond the regional round will travel to London for the final round this summer, but only six teams will have the chance to pitch to the UN for the $1,000,000 prize.
03/27/18 2:48pm
Despite the scope of the information leaked and the way that the University informed affected students, many privacy experts say legal repercussions likely will not be severe.
03/25/18 10:14pm
The DP contacted 287 people for this story. Of the 59 people who responded, 50 said they expected Trump not to attend the reunion. Nine people said they expected Trump to attend.
03/23/18 11:46pm
Panelists included former White House Counsel Jim Schultz, Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-08), Criminal Justice Task Force Director at the American Legislative Exchange Council Ronald Lampard, and GOP gubernatorial candidate and Sen. Scott Wagner (R-Pa.). 
03/19/18 8:26pm
Parts of the city are expected to receive between 8-10 inches of snow. 
02/24/18 7:30pm
Penn has been developing its positive psychology program, but some say that, compared to other Ivy League institutions like Yale and Harvard, Penn appears to be lagging behind. 
02/20/18 7:48pm
The annual flu clinic held in Houston Hall saw its largest turnout in eight or nine years, Director of Campus Health Initiatives at Student Health Service Ashlee Halbritter said.
02/08/18 9:13pm
Stores on campus from Wawa to Dunkin Donuts saw a dramatic surge of customers before and after the parade. 
01/30/18 10:00am
Last semester’s highly-publicized protests, rallies, and outreach efforts ultimately ended with no policy changes from Penn. 
01/25/18 1:26pm
The state Supreme Court’s 4-3 decision could change the power dynamics of both the pivotal 2018 midterm election and the May primaries.
01/22/18 6:39pm
Currently, Republicans hold the majority in both the Senate and the House. After these elections, however, 33 Senate seats and 435 House seats have the potential to turnover.   
12/07/17 11:49pm
Hatch & Coop has replaced Jake's Sandwich Board, which operated under the same owner. It specializes in chicken sandwiches and salads.
11/16/17 8:21pm
In a "raw and emotional" talk, Biden discussed the 2015 death of his son to cancer as well as the deaths of his wife and daughter in 1972. 
11/15/17 7:26pm
“Mental health is not just an issue for black students and students of color, but there are unique ways in which it impacts them,” said Alfiee Breland-Noble, a panelist at the conference.
11/02/17 12:22am
“Sleep problems have previously been associated with increased antisocial and criminal behavior, so we were surprised to find that increased sleep was associated with increased offending,” one researcher said. 
10/28/17 12:23am
Judy Weng realized during her research that open source coding could hold the key to achieving greater diversity in computer science.
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