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Students gathered on Penn's campus earlier today to join the citywide march following yesterday's announcement that officer Darren Wilson was not indicted for killing 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., this past August.
On Nov. 24, hundreds of people gathered in Philadelphia in protest after a St. Louis prosecutor announced a grand jury decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., this past August. The Daily Pennsylvanian was on the scene as crowds gathered at City Hall to hear the decision and then throughout the night as the protest covered the city. Below are images and videos of the protest, as well as a part of Mayor Michael Nutter's statement on Ferguson and interviews with protesters.
Philadelphia Reads: Literacy Project January 20, 2014 9:30am Benjamin Franklin Room, Houston Hall Create books on tape to promote literacy.
Last Thursday on the Fourth of July, while shooting the photographs presented in this issue, I was caught in a stampede that broke out on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. I was with my younger sister and in the chaos of the moment, fled the scene in a hurry with the thousands of other festival attendees.
A new exhibit at the Penn Museum aims to provoke second thoughts through posters of war propaganda.
During the last few days of finals, campus was as quiet as one might expect. But silence took on a new meaning for those who gathered at a memorial vigil for the victims of the Newtown tragedy.