In the fourth day of protests, hundreds of demonstrators sat silently along Walnut Street in front of Huntsman Hall and President Amy Gutmann's home.
Protesters marched across Philadelphia on Monday afternoon to protest the police death of George Floyd for the third consecutive day.
Thousands of activists, including Penn students, marched through the streets of Philadelphia earlier this afternoon to protest the recent death of George Floyd.
Footage by Chase Sutton
The University of Pennsylvania admitted 8.07% of regular decision applicants for the Class of 2024. Watch the reactions of our newly admitted Quakers!
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The Wistar Institute, situated on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, is a leading force in early-stage discovery science in cancer, immunology, and infectious disease. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Dr. David Weiner to learn more about his team’s work on COVID-19.
Music: Once Again by Bensound.
Members of the DP staff learned some basic self-defense training with Instructors Tracey Cardella and Nicole Taylor through the free classes provided by Special Services through The Division of Public Safety. More information can be found at https://www.publicsafety.upenn.edu/safety-initiatives/rad-self-defense-courses/
Refresh on this week's top stories with another episode of Hi Penn, where Kelly Heinzerling recaps Penn's tuition increase, new Wharton dean Erika James, and more.
This week News Reporter Kelly Heinzerling covers the closure and replacement of the Fresh Grocer, changes to Spring Fling, and more.
Maria Murad asks students on campus their thoughts on the closing of the Fresh Grocer.
News Reporter Kelly Heinzerling covers this week's top stories.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the two front runners in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, held lively rallies on Tuesday night in anticipation of the final polling results.
This week, News Reporter Kelly Heinzerling covers the suspension of the IAA, Penn Monologues, and more. The Penn Monologues will be held Feb. 20, Feb. 21, and Feb. 22.
Two reporters for The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with former Penn Law School professor and Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Sunday evening in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Here's what she said.
Check out the article to hear more: https://www.thedp.com/article/2020/02/warren-primary-election-new-hampshire-caucus-town-hall-vote-students
This past Monday, Penn hosted an Iowa satellite caucus at Houston Hall.
On this week's Hi Penn, News Reporter Kelly Heinzerling discusses Penn and climate action, the resignation of volleyball coach Iain Braddak, and more.
Former ICE Director Thomas Homan returned to Penn on Tuesday after Perry World House shut down a University-hosted panel three months ago due to student protesters.
In its first episode of the year, Hi Penn returns with news reporter Kelly Heinzerling, who discusses Penn's security guards, Wharton's actuarial science program, and more.
This past Saturday marked the 4th annual Women's March on Philadelphia. Check out the photo essay here: https://www.thedp.com/article/2020/01/womens-march-2020-philadelphia-equality-feminism-protest-activism