Hint: former President Barack Obama makes a romantic appearance to commemorate the couple's 25th wedding anniversary.
Hayley Geftman-Gold, a top lawyer at CBS who graduated from the College in 1997, was fired after posting on Facebook that she wasn't sympathetic for victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
Persian literature professor Fatemeh Shams has been separated seemingly indefinitely from her Iranian parents, both of whom are poor in health.
Under the midday sun, students held up signs to protest Heather Mac Donald who has argued repeatedly that the Black Lives Matter movement perpetuates a "war on cops."
"I believe that Mexico maybe is the among the first three priorities the U.S. has to determine whether or not we succeed in the 21st century," Biden said.
“While Rod was the smartest guy in the room almost all the time, he never acted that way," said 1986 Wharton graduate Brad Klinck, who lived with Rosenstein in Ware College House.
“I think the ask is pretty simple – for the University to make a legal fund and also to tell the students publicly that we stand behind you."
A series of strong earthquakes has killed over 300 people in Central Mexico, while a hurricane in Puerto Rico has left millions without power or cell service, potentially for months.
“I’m very happy with the volume of candidates this year,” said a NEC leader. “Some of the races were very close.”
“Moving forward the board chose a more moderate representative — that’s me,” Wharton junior Nile Nwogu said.
Leaders of the group said a key area of concern is the issue of free speech on college campuses.
The group has historically followed the platform of the Democratic Party, but they're now shifting away from this "top-down" approach to push for the policies they believe in.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Rosenstein to discuss his role in the ongoing investigation by the special counsel and his experience at Penn.
Violent protests by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va. over the weekend have ignited outrage and condemnation from across the country, including at Penn.
The pro-union group Graduate Employees Together — University of Pennsylvania, better known as GET-UP, blasted Amy Wax's op-ed as "hateful and regressive" and called on Penn President Amy Gutmann to condemn it.
In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn Law School professor Amy Wax said Anglo-Protestant cultural norms are superior.
Though Penn’s administration has maintained a meticulous silence towards its first graduate to reach the Oval Office, records of Trump’s past at Penn suggest that relations weren’t always so icy.
Until legislators can find a way to fund the Pennsylvania state budget, Penn and three other state-related Universities will not receive funding.
For the Huntsmans and Trumps, the president's decision this week is the latest linkage between the two, illustrious Penn families, who over their decades of interaction with the University have shown noted points of contrast.
Huntsman previously served as ambassador to Singapore and China, as well as a Republican candidate for president in 2012 and governor of Utah before then.