BLCE issued nearly 40 citations to minors over the two days of the Made in America music festival in Philadelphia.
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People gathered in front of the United States Supreme Court in anticipation of the decisions it would announce on Monday, one of which turned out to be Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin — a case dealing with the constitutionality of affirmative action.
Crowds were spanned almost the entire National Mall, stretching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument.
Around a million spectators look along the National Mall look on as President Barack Obama is inaugurated for a second time.
Spectators look along the National Mall look on as President Barack Obama is inaugurated for a second time.
A crowd of about a million packed the National Mall to watch President Barack Obama’s swearing-in.
In this feature, The Daily Pennsylvanian breaks down some factors surrounding the case, along with which justices might tip the scale in favor of one side or the other.
See how Penn stacks up against its Ivy peers in lobbying the federal government. Penn moves to number one in the Ivy League for Political Lobbying”
The Pennsylvania Primaries were April 24. In this interactive graphic, the DP compares results from Philadelphia and Pennsylvania at large.
Overall participation and money raised in Relay for Life is down from previous years. The DP explores Relay’s decreasing numbers over the last several years.
This interactive map explores where Alternative Spring Break is headed in 2012.
This interactive graphic highlights significant aspects of the AP Report on its 2011 test-takers. AP test takers on the rise
Hit play and watch how the number of applicants to Ivy League schools has changed since last year. RELATED: Ivies see fall in applicant numbers
This interactive takes a look at how crime in the Penn area has changed since 2007, including newly-released 2011 data.. RELATED: Penn sees 5% drop in crime in 2011