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Penn Professor Uses Nazi Phrase and Salute At Archaeology Conference

Robert Schuyler, who teaches anthropology and holds a position at the Penn Museum, held his arm in a Nazi salute and said “Sieg heil to you” after a speaker told him that the meeting, a Society for Historical Archaeology conference plenary session, was not the place for him to discuss a question he had raised about membership. Video contributed by Liz Quinlan

In Photos: Mummers strut into 2021 with celebratory South Phila. march, defying city orders

Although Philadelphia's 2021 Mummers Parade was canceled, some Mummers and residents still marched down 2nd Street on New Year's Day to protest Mayor Jim Kenney and celebrate the beginning of 2021. document.location = ""

Penn Class of 2025 ED Acceptance Reactions

The University of Pennsylvania accepted 15% of its early decision applicants this year. Check out how these new Quakers reacted to their acceptances!

The Story of 2020

As 2020 comes to an end, The Daily Pennsylvanian looks back on some of the year’s most memorable moments.

In Photos: 2020

The world has experienced some of the most extraordinary events in modern history this year, and the Penn community has been impacted by it all. The Daily Pennsylvanian's photographers have been on the ground documenting 2020 as it has unfolded. document.location = ""

Top Penn Official Makes Expletive Comment During UC Open Forum

During Wednesday evening's virtual University Council Open Forum, a Penn student's public comment was broken up by an expletive-laced interruption from Maureen Rush, vice president for Public Safety and superintendent of the Penn Police Department. Video contributed by Eli Moraru

Photo Essay | Meet seven essential workers keeping Penn's campus running during the pandemic

In the eight months since campus closed, Penn employees have continued to come to campus to keep the University running. Here are the stories of seven essential workers who have risked their health since March to work during the coronavirus pandemic. document.location = ""

In Photos: Philadelphians rejoice in the streets as Pa. propels Biden to presidency

document.location = ""   Thousands of elated Philadelphians danced, drank, and cheered in the streets after Pa. was called in Biden’s favor, pushing him over the threshold of 270 electoral votes. Here's how the city celebrated in the hours after the news broke.

Philadelphia Celebrates Biden-Harris Win

After Joe Biden was projected as the next President of the United States on Saturday, celebrations erupted on the streets of Philadelphia.