Articles by Courtney Daub

04/19/18 3:15pm
The bill, named after Tim Piazza who died in a hazing-related incident at Penn State, received unanimous approval from the Pennsylvania Senate, and Governor Wolf has already expressed support for its intentions.
04/16/18 10:43pm
Penn Law professor Amy Wax said that academics promoting “pluralism and the demoralization of sexuality” are “living the 50s and talking the 60s."
04/12/18 1:45am
The newly-drawn fifth district encompasses all of Delaware County and a large part of South Philadelphia. Some worry that the constituency is too large and too diverse to unify. 
04/07/18 3:31pm
The column was published in light of the recent scandal surrounding political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, which accessed private data from over 50 million Facebook users.
03/31/18 6:17pm
The announcement of the center comes after a recent security breach at Penn, where approximately 9,000 student had their information accessed through advance registration lists. 
03/20/18 11:59pm
The goal of Penn Global Seminars is to provide “greater access” to Penn students by increasing the number of students that can participate and the variety of locations offered, according to Penn Abroad Director Nigel Cossar. 
03/12/18 12:59am
The money will be used to expand the Toll Public Interest Scholars program, create the Toll Public Service Corps, and reward Penn Law graduates for work related to public service. 
02/21/18 11:57pm
In reference to recent controversy over gerrymandering and the Pennsylvania Congressional Map, Ellsworth said she would also create a bi-partisan committee of citizens to draw the map. 
02/16/18 5:27pm
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.
02/07/18 10:23pm
The goal of the program is to “expose students to the practice of criminology,” Ridgeway said, whether the speaker be a former prisoner or a police officer. 
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