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document.location = "" At least 500 demonstrators, including Penn students and leaders of Penn Community for Justice, peacefully marched through the streets of West Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon demanding the justice for Walter Wallace Jr.
The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look back at 10 major United States politicians that have visited Philadelphia since the 2018 Midterms.   document.location = ""
Although it may be the end of October, the weather is still perfect for working outside. Grab a sweater, a laptop, and head to these on-campus locations to bring your virtual classes into the real world, while practicing social-distancing guidelines. document.location = ""
Thousands of supporters gathered in western Pennsylvania last week for Trump's second MAGA rally since his COVID-19 diagnosis. Here's a look inside "the Trump experience." document.location = ""
Around 200 demonstrators lifted signs, chanted “Out Now!“, and called for political and social reform as 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump visited the National Constitution Center for a town hall on Tuesday evening. Here’s how the protest played out. document.location = ""
While facing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Black-owned businesses have also received an outpouring of support in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. Here’s how six Philadelphia Black-owned small businesses have been affected. document.location = ""
Independence Day celebrations in Philadelphia, the birthplace of America, looked very different this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Military aircrafts flew over the city, protesters filled the streets, and unofficial fireworks lit up the sky. document.location = ""
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Philadelphia for nine straight days in response to the recent police murder of George Floyd. Protestors have marched through the city demanding police reform and racial equality.  document.location = ""
College campuses are emptier than ever as summer courses have moved online, programs have been canceled, and visitors from around the world stay at home. This is what Ivy League campuses look like as summer begins during the coronavirus pandemic. document.location = ""
Increased free time amid stay-at-home orders has led to the return to forgotten interests and introspection. From spending time with pets to appreciating nature, students have found growth and inspiration. document.location = ""
The City That Never Sleeps has been in a deep slumber for almost two months. The streets have become eerily quiet. Businesses have closed their doors. Public places that were usually packed are now virtually empty. document.location = ""
March 11, 2020 marked a significant change in the lives of the Penn community. Campus transitioned from a place that housed over thousands of diverse, tight-knit communities of people to a desolated, eerie world. document.location = ""
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, members of the Penn community find themselves quarantined across the globe. Here are their views. document.location = ""
Penn Museum celebrated Galentine's Day 100 years after the 19th Amendment was ratified. document.location = ""
From a Donald Trump rally and a Bernie Sanders campaign event, to an Elizabeth Warren town hall and a Pete Buttigieg primary night watch party, take a look at the final moments in the race for New Hampshire. document.location = ""
The No War on Iran! global protest demanded action for the removal of U.S. forces from Iran and other countries. People attended despite the heavy rain in support of the anti-war movement. document.location = ""
The Chinese Lunar New Year begins on Jan. 25, 2020. Celebrations have already begun in Philadelphia, including at the Penn Museum and Reading Terminal Market. document.location = ""
The march started at Logan Circle and ended at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. People braced the snow and cold temperatures in support of several sociopolitical causes. document.location = ""
Museum guests were able to visit creation stations ranging from Posadas activity to Chinese calligraphy, stamping provided "passports" as they visited each station and traveled the world through the museum's galleries.  document.location = ""
As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City. document.location = ""