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
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This year, The University of Pennsylvania accepted 19.7% of its early-decision applicants. Check out how these new Quakers react to their acceptances!
As 2019 comes to a close, The Daily Pennsylvanian looked back on some of the highlights from the year.
In the final Hi Penn of the year, Kelly Heinzerling recaps the new Penn Transit shuttle to Trader Joe's, the newly released Faces of Black Penn magazine, and more.
The DP sent its very own sports editor Will DiGrande to try to beat Miranda Gieg, sabre captain of the Penn women’s fencing team. How will he do? Watch to find out!
The current Yale student spoke in Houston Hall on Monday night as part of the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy's "Politics on the Edge" lecture series.
In this week's episode of "Hi Penn," Kelly Heinzerling discusses the new student-run diner coming to Houston Hall, the record $25 million donation to the School of Engineering, and more.
In the third and final episode of the DP’s three-part video series “Fighting for a sustainable future,” professors and students come together to discuss potential solutions and the next steps required to combat issues surrounding climate change on campus.
In the second episode of the DP’s three-part video series “Fighting for a sustainable future,” Penn professors Simon Richter, Dr. Irina Marinov, and Bethany Wiggin speak about climate literacy, and the extent to which the University is investing in academic resources related to studying and researching climate change.
Follow along with us from November 20-22 as we release one video each day.